Bible Study

Remembering Who We Are and What’s Important

Remembering Who We Are and What’s Important

America celebrated Memorial Day on Monday this week, remembering those who sacrificed their lives serving the nation, and with the country so divided, it’s a time to remember who we are. Are we still one nation under God? One nation under God? There are people today attempting to rewrite history …

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Disagreeing Christian-Style

Disagreeing Christian-Style

Society has become less graceful and accepts opinions that differ, but Christians need not fall into this trap. Here are some rules for Christians for debating respectfully and knowing when not to argue. The lost art of arguing respectably You can’t miss the fact that people have a much harder …

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The Responsibility of Freedom

The Responsibility of Freedom

The United States of America is a nation built on the concept of freedom for all. We live in a time where freedoms worldwide seem more challenged than they’ve been in years. What is God’s view of freedom? God’s view of personal freedom “Now the Lord is the Spirit, and …

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3 Actions to Improve Your Positivity in 2022

3 Actions to Improve Your Positivity in 2022

We live in a time of division, change, and stress. Don’t let these things become all-consuming; it’s important to focus on the well-being of yourself and others. Here are 3 Bible-based tips to improve your positivity in 2022. Keep perspective: God is in charge “Fear not, for I am with …

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Finding the Key to Happiness

Finding the Key to Happiness

If there is a universal quest among human beings, it is the search for happiness. The only problem is that happiness is fleeting. Is there a secret to lasting contentment? The answer can be found in the pages of the Bible. The problem with fleeting happiness Psychologists understand the problem …

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Preventing Backsliding in Christian Faith

Preventing Backsliding in Christian Faith

When someone first becomes a Christian, there is early enthusiasm, and even recent and longtime believers can see a waning of commitment and dedication to Christ. Some tips for preventing backsliding in the Christian faith. How to avoid backsliding in Christian faith “So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through …

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Lessons in Thanksgiving: Paul the Grateful Apostle

Lessons in Thanksgiving: Paul the Grateful Apostle

The apostle Paul suffered greatly in his life, yet wrote 13 books of the New Testament, and the majority of the teachings on thankfulness, despite his challenges. Here are his inspirational words on Thanksgiving. The life of the apostle Paul: Suffering and challenges “Give thanks in all circumstances; for this …

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What the Bible says about Spirits and Psychic Abilities

What the Bible says about Spirits and Psychic Abilities

The Bible’s “confusing” statement on spirits and psychic abilities cleared up The Bible gives some seemingly “contradictory” statements on spirits. On the one hand, there are clear warnings to avoid seeking out mediums and necromancers who communicate with the dead (Leviticus 19:31, 20:6; Deuteronomy 18:10-11) and even goes as far as saying …

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What Does the Bible Say About Equity and Equality?

What Does the Bible Say About Equity and Equality?

We hear a lot of talk about equity in our society with political leaders making it part of their agenda, but equity differs from equality in important ways. Here is a look at what the Bible says about both. What the Bible says about equality “For God shows no partiality.” …

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