Tag Archives: Bible study

Thoroughly Equipped

A friend of mind just finished reading through the entire Bible for the first time. As I congratulated him for his achievement, I told him that he had done something that many Christians never accomplish in their lifetime. It is … Continue reading

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Listening to Jesus

In Matthew 17, we read the account of Jesus going up on a high mountain with three of his disciples. There he was transfigured before them. His face shone like the sun and his clothes became as white as the … Continue reading

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Finding Food

My wife and I have a couple of bird feeders outside our living room window. It took a while for the birds to figure out that this source of food was available, but once they did, they entertained us with … Continue reading

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Beyond Reading

I have quite a few books on my shelf about eating and exercising properly. I subscribe to a magazine that has all kinds of articles about diet and workouts. I enjoy reading and about fitness and saving some of the … Continue reading

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Reading Between the Lines

In her song Stoney End, Barbra Streisand sings, “I was raised on the good book Jesus till I read between the lines.” That’s when people get into trouble, when they start reading between the lines. The “good book” is God’s … Continue reading

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Craving Milk

A few weeks ago I watched a deer run across the hay field beside my house. She stopped at the edge of the field and just stood there. After a few seconds, her spotted fawn emerged from the bushes. It … Continue reading

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Need a Better View

Listen to Gary Johnson explain something he calls “peephole” driving. “I grew up in Michigan where people do ‘peephole’ driving. People who live in the frozen north have likely been peephole drivers a time or two. Peephole driving happens after … Continue reading

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The Bible Builds Character

It is amazing how many people: believe that the Bible is the Word of God, admit that what the Bible says is important, yet rarely read what the Bible has to say! Hosea 4:6 warns, “My people are destroyed from … Continue reading

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Sweet Words

Psalm 19:10 says that the word of God is “sweeter than honey”. Just how sweet the Bible is depends on how much you hunger for it. There was once a Christian man who not only had leprosy, he was also … Continue reading

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Concerning the Bible

The great majority of Americans have access to a Bible. Most have more than one copy of the Scripture in their home. However, it seems that more and more people in this country have little idea of how to apply … Continue reading

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