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Watching Daily At My Gates

July 13 Read 2 Kings 10 We know little more about Jehonadab than what is told us here. But we do know about his family. They were relatives of Jethro, father-in-law of Moses. When we encounter them in Scripture, we find that they were faithful. We find this in Jeremiah as well. In contrast we […]

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Trouble is Coming

Actually, it’s here already. But it will get worse. So the trouble will yet come. ___________________________________ The trouble is the global financial situation, and the evidence is clear. Since 2008 the United States has experienced a recessionary economy. The recession is ranked by the experts as the worst downturn since the Great Depression of the […]

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“Commit they works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be established” (Prov. 16:3). People work.  That’s a simple fact of life for most adults, and for many adolescents and teenagers as well.  Whether it’s in the home, in the field, on the worksite, in the office or elsewhere—people work.  In past generations the type […]

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Postmodernism Simply Explained

Introduction Before we enter into a brief treatment of postmodernism, let’s ask the question, “Why would we even have a treatment of postmodernism?  Isn’t this just some heady concept that does not really matter to us in our everyday life?”  The answer to that question is that a discussion of postmodernism is vitally important for […]

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An Exhortation to Walk Honestly

Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul; Having your conversation honest among the Gentiles: that, whereas they speak against you as evildoers, they may by your good works, which they shall behold, glorify God in the day of visitation (I Peter 2:11, 12). Peter […]

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A Royal House (6)

La Rochelle, a city on the western coast of France, housed some of the most important—and hated—Huguenots in France: Prince de Condé, Admiral Coligny, and Jeanne d’Albret. La Rochelle could not escape being the target of the Catholic Queen Mother of France and of her son, the very young King Charles IX. Armies were on […]

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