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From a Child’s Perspective

This Christmas we got my oldest son and daughter their first tablets. Without saying, they were ecstatic! My first thought was to install a good Bible program so that they could follow along when I or our other elder preaches. We chose Olive Tree because, simply put, it’s the best app for Bible reading on a tablet. That’s what they…

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The Best and Only Bible Reading Program You Will Ever Need!

It’s getting close to that time of year again. 2015 is right around the corner. And with a new year comes new resolutions (for most of us anyway). But there’s one resolution that many Christians make every year. The faithful few make it to the end, while the rest of us slackers quite after only a few weeks or even…

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Jesus Did Not Die to Fulfill God’s Wonderful Plan for Your Life

I listen to Christian radio sometimes while I’m driving. I’m not too big on Contemporary Christian Music, but I do enjoy some of the worship and praise songs that my local station plays on occasion; occasion being the key word, there. Most times, I hear self-absorbed, self-centered music with a few God and Jesus lyrics thrown in for good measure.…

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Scripture Vs. the Still, Small Voice

I only planned to write one post about the book Jesus Calling by Sarah Young. I wanted to show how any book like Jesus Calling is an attack, even if unintended, on the sufficiency of Scripture. This led to a second post regarding direct revelation. When God speaks, His words are authoritative and must be heeded and obeyed. Therefore, if…

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