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The women who went to Jesus' tomb to complete the preparation his body for burial were the first to discover his resurrection from the dead. What they experienced changed their lives and history forever.
Hope as a verb addresses that which is only tentative, without any real certainty. When used in the New Testament by the apostle Paul, it speaks of the expected and certain reward of eternal life for the faithful Christian.
A single selfless act resulted in restored relations between two countries.
A thoughtful look at scripture will reveal the Holy Spirit manifested Himself in four different ways in the early church.
When the Jewish leaders sought to have Jesus crucified, they were certain that He would die a shamed man, and would soon be forgotten.
While the Communion service may be a serious and solemn time, there can certainly be many positive thoughts and gratitude for the privilege, and the welcome by our Host, the Lord Jesus.
When asked by His disciples where they were to keep the Passover Feast, Jesus gave a vague, cryptic answer. Was that necessary? If so, why?
While some may only be aware of what John 3:16 says, there is much more behind that simple statement.
Time is of the essence for a great many people. All they need to do is make the right choice between good and evil.
An explanation for God's command to destroy the nations which occupied the Promised Land.
A look at one of the definitions of religions, and an analysis of evolution's teachings and those who believe in it.
Genesis 1:1 says, " In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth." A study of the text of Genesis reveals that creation occurred by 4 means.
An examination of the text of scripture and the use of the Hebrew word "YOM' in context demands that the days spoken of in Genesis 1 be accepted as 24 hour days.
Some one has suggested that there are two creation accounts in Genesis, causing confusion and creating a contradiction. There is an intelligent solution.
An answer to the question to the origin of races, based on considerations of scripture and genetics.
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