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On the Ethics of Harmonizing the Bible

Ever since I started reading the Bible daily it has been on my heart to arrange and organize it in such a way that one could read cover-to-cover instead of Genesis to Revelation. 1,504 more words

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Mosesland

You came to Christ, have been praying and reading your Bible and the Lord has put a dream in your heart; a great dream, something that you get fired up about and can’t wait to get started on. 1,330 more words

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TO RAISE OR NOT TO RAISE, THAT IS THE QUESTION (PART ONE - WHAT IS MONEY?)

One of the focal points of the financial markets this year is the timing of the interest rate increase by USA’s central bank, the Federal Reserve. 1,582 more words

Economics

Amos Saves His People…Twice

A lot of people question the point of praying. After all, if the Lord operates outside of time, knows everything, and already has his plans mapped out in heaven then what do our small, time-restricted prayers mean to him and the grand scheme of everything he’s set up? 1,964 more words

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Little Sins and Big Sins

By nature we all rank our activities- what’s good, what’s great, what’s bad, what’s terrible. In some cultures everything is ranked and your numeric values follow you around all the time. 1,501 more words

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pedagogic.

The history books would have us believe that education is important and relevant to the upbuilding and continuation of this country. Eh! the state of the academic investments in this nation is numerically… 504 more words

Myra's Thought Process

That Actually Happened

The writer of the book of Hebrews takes a few strange liberties in his book which attribute far more than one would expect to Christ. For example, he quotes Psalm 110:4, which is, 985 more words

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