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you choose Q: are Jews still God’s chosen people?

Q: After Christ’s resurrection, are Jewish people still God’s chosen people?  —Richard A: Deuteronomy 14:2 says: “For you are a holy people to YHWH your God, and God has chosen you to be his treasured... read more »

In Him . . . life!

belief and obedience

Have you ever desperately wanted something from God? Did you ever make any promises to Him so that He would come through for you? Naaman was a highly respected army commander (2 Kings 5:1). His king thought so highly of him... read more »

ripe for harvest

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the Spirit’s power

The effects of an ice storm led to the loss of electricity to my house one morning. Late that night, as we returned home from showering in a nearby athletic facility, we pulled into our street and saw our lights were back... read more »

broken for tim?

While away from home on a lengthy work assignment, I attended a church quite different from my one back home. For instance, my adopted church observed communion (the Lord’s Supper) every time they met. Instead of the... read more »

from death to life

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doing good

Edward Kimball was a Sunday school teacher determined to win his class to Christ. A young Dwight Moody would fall asleep during his lessons, but Kimball remained resolute and even met Moody at the shoe store where he worked... read more »

“who touched Me?”

It is said that the number one fear in life is public speaking, ranking higher than even the fear of death. As a comedian once observed, that means that at a funeral, people would rather be in the coffin than give the... read more »

well-lit

I enjoy driving at night and seeing the warmth of a well-lit house permeating the velvet darkness around it. Regardless of what the neighborhood may look like in the daytime, the contrast of the light in the night makes even... read more »
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