Purity (Part 3)
November 1, 2013
What’s a woman to do? Some thoughts in a follow-up column with a woman’s perspective on this sensitive issue.
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Records IncompleteNovember 1, 2013
On earth, at least. Flawless records, right down to giving “one of these little ones only a cup of cold water in the name of a disciple,” are kept above.
A Resting PlaceSeptember 1, 2013
Conies in the rocks and Christians in the Rock: that’s David Nicholson’s theme in A Resting Place that discusses what it practically means to be “in Christ.”
A Famous Neglected SermonSeptember 1, 2013
Bruce Henning calls us to take the Sermon on the Mount as seriously as Christ meant it.
The Rock of OffenseSeptember 1, 2013
Are we offended by The Rock of Offense? Sharon Sax asks us to consider the honor of being identified with Christ in a world that found Him to be scandalous.
Messiah’s Song of the StoneSeptember 1, 2013
H.R. Ghezzi discusses the strategic role played by Psalm 118 in the prophetic profile of the Messiah of Israel.
Purity (Part 2)September 1, 2013
“Turn away my eyes from looking at worthless things, and revive me in Your way” (Ps. 119:37).
Quarried From BedrockSeptember 1, 2013
“Solomon had 70,000 carriers and 80,000 stonecutters, as well as 3,300 foremen who supervised the project... to provide a foundation of dressed stone for the temple” (1 Kings 5:15-17).
Love One AnotherJuly 1, 2013
If frequency counts for anything (it does), the command to “love one another” is one we should carefully consider. It is recorded nearly a dozen times in the New Testament.
Speaking to One AnotherJuly 1, 2013
Rex Trogdon underlines the importance of helpful communication with one another: by comforting, encouraging and speaking to one another through songs.