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Biblical Wisdom In Plain English


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Oct

29

It Takes Boldness To Get The Work Done

Oct 29 2021

As we study the chronicles of the early church, we find it took boldness to get the work done. That’s why God reiterated so many times even in the Old Testament, not to fear! To mix fear and boldness is like trying to mix water and oil, they just won’t

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Oct

21

Don’t Apostatize After God Has Been So Good To You

Oct 21 2021

As we study the book of Proverbs this month, we are enamored with the wisdom, yet the simplicity of Solomon’s writings. In chapter one, he identifies himself by who he is, and where he came from. We should never forget who we were before we became who we are, because

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Oct

14

Should It Be Called A Miracle Or An Anomaly!

Oct 14 2021

Many times, in life’s uncertainties, instead of giving credit to God for something that happened unexplainable or discrediting something that happened that is contradictory to God’s will, we often define it as an anomaly. By, anomaly, I mean “something that deviates from what is standard, normal, or expected.” Or it

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Oct

7

Looking Forward To Seeing Joseph

Oct 7 2021

Looking forward can give us a sense of hope, which in turn brings about joy. Nehemiah 8:10b says: “For the joy of the Lord is your strength.” Then, Hebrews 12:2b says concerning Jesus: “who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross...” Many times, in life’s situations,

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Sep

30

Watch The Adjectives When Serving God!

Sep 30 2021

Many times, we can just speak words, but the moment we add adjectives to the word, it gives greater clarity or significance. An adjective is simply a word or phrase that modifies or describes a noun. Examples of adjectives are: “They live in a beautiful house. (House is the noun

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Sep

23

Overcoming The Giant Of Challenge

Sep 23 2021

There’s an old adage that says: “Everyone enjoys a good challenge!” Really? Not everyone, because many times people run from challenges for fear of failure or disappointment. A challenge is defined as: “a task or situation that tests someone’s abilities or determination.” Again, people may often say: “I’m up for

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Sep

2

The Abrahamic Covenant And Me!

Sep 2 2021

Don’t let the subject bore you away and think we’re going to just get into a lot of Mosaic laws. But really, God has given the Abrahamic covenant not just to be a blessing to the Jews, but a foundational blessing to us all. God will bless you for Abraham’s

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Sep

2

Don't Look Back Go Forward!

Sep 2 2021

We all have the privilege to inherit Eternal Life because of the sacrifice Jesus paid on the cross for us all. But, since Jesus was willing to give His life for us in death, why shouldn’t we be willing to live our lives sacrificial for Him in this life. Life

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Dec

12

Remembering Jesus: The Second Adam

Dec 12 2020

Isn't it interesting that we celebrate Christmas the last month of the year? It should remind us that at the summation of our lives (and even the end of each year) that Jesus is not only the reason for the season, but the reason for our very existence. When we

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Oct

17

Refresher Course In The Word Of God

Oct 17 2020

Every now and then a business or profession may require their employees to take a refresher course; whether you are a teacher, doctor, psychiatrist, engineer, lawyer, pastor, etc.  A refresher course is a study course serving as a review of previous materials studied. So, I know we’ve studied the names

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Oct

16

Let’s Be Busy For The Right Cause

Oct 16 2020

As we read the different accounts of the apostles of Christ, it is interesting when Jesus called them, they were busy working. For example, when Jesus called Simon and Andrew, they were out fishing, casting their nets into the sea. (Matthew 4:18) Then, he found James and John mending their

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Sep

11

The Walk Of Pride That Trips You

Sep 11 2020

There are many walks in life but one of the most destructive walks is pride. Especially when you have been successful at doing something. God can use you once and you become very successful; but that does not make you invincible that is “too powerful to be defeated or overcome.”

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Aug

28

Living In The New Normal As The Body Of Christ!

Aug 28 2020

We have heard the expression “the new normal” quite frequently in our world today, especially since the era of COVID 19. So, what does the term “new normal” mean? Literally, it means: “a state to which an economy, society, etc. settles following a crisis, when this differs from the situation

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Aug

21

Be Careful When Your Strength Becomes Your Weakness!

Aug 21 2020

Most Christians start out with a heart to serve and please God in their endeavors. They walk humbly before God and seek Him with their whole heart, soul, and mind. But, somehow through the process, they seem to become confused with the gift and the Gift giver. The gift becomes

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Aug

14

Be Careful Who Stirs You Up

Aug 14 2020

A very familiar verse that is often quoted is Ecclesiastes 4:9 which says: “Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour.” However, in the story of King Ahab and his wife Jezebel you want to make sure you are not a destructive duo! Two

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Aug

7

The ABC’s Prescription Of God’s Word During COVID 19 Part 1

Aug 7 2020

Trusting God in difficult times is not always easy! But God never promised us it would be easy, but He did promise to send His Word to heal and deliver us, as He gives us divine peace. Psalms 107:20 says: “He sent His Word, and healed them, and delivered them

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Aug

7

The ABC’s Prescription Of God’s Word During COVID 19 Part 2

Aug 7 2020

As we continue our ABC’s prescription from the Word of God, we find in the natural it is said there are 13 essential vitamins that the body needs. Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, and the 8 - B vitamins which are thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic (B5),

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Jul

24

Where Are The Happy Christians?

Jul 24 2020

I found It disheartening to read in a 2018 study, where it was suggested that Protestants, Buddhist, and Roman Catholics are happier and more satisfied with their lives, compared with other groups. Jews, Hindus, and Muslims, and the non-religious were in between, while Orthodox Christians were found to have the

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Jul

17

Are You Thirsty For the More Of Jesus?

Jul 17 2020

When you really get thirsty, nothing can quench your thirst like water. You can drink all the beverages you want, but sooner or later, to really quench your thirst you need water. That’s no surprise because the average adult human body is about 60% water not beverages, so obviously we

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Jul

10

Enduring The Best Of Times In the Midst Of The Worst Of Times

Jul 10 2020

In the novel “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens, comes the famous quote: “It was the best of times and the worst of times.” The two cities referred to were London and Paris during the turmoil of the French revolution. It is said: “It was the age of

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