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007 Christians

Spies. Many are infatuated with them. Some fear that they are amongst you at all times. American culture usually idolizes them as the heros that we never see or dread them as incognito menaces. Spies come in many forms. Some are more brazen and some simply live amongst the enemy, collecting intelligence while working for …

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Misinformation

The buzz word now a days is misinformation. Misinformation is defined as: N. Wrong information; false account or intelligence received. Also disinformation is used a in prior times, as it was first recorded in 1965. It was a translation of a Russian word which means deception. But really they are not new. In Genesis 3:3, …

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How’s Your Hygiene?

“But speak thou the things which become sound doctrine” ~ Titus 2:1 How’s your hygiene? You may hear this question asked from your dentist, your doctor, or perhaps, your mom. It’s a sincere question. It is an important question. Your hygiene can say a lot about your lifestyle and a lot about where you are …

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An Honest Advocate

Sometimes, the word “advocate,” is used to represent someone that stands up and in the place of another person when faced with a difficult situation. But if you are asked to describe precisely what an advocate is and does, it is sometimes easy to forget that an advocate is someone defined by their public support. …

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By Grace I stand

C. Austin Miles (1868-1946) in 1911 wrote words and music to the familiar hymn, “Dwelling in Beulah Land.” He was prolific in his writing of 398 hymns, including the music to 8. We have retained the tune with the entire chorus, although the title and much of the song was written to reflect doctrine for …

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Bitter, Sweet

“Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet” ~ Aristotle I love this quote because it is permeated with deep, experienced wisdom. Unfortunately, it was spoken by the same guy that wrote: “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” It is easy to entertain …

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