Monthly Archives: May 2011

In the Beginning …

If I had to choose a book of the Bible that was my favorite, I’d have to choose the Gospel of John. Why? First, it’s easy to read – when John wrote it, he used words that everyone could understand. … Continue reading

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Dealing with Difficult Passages in Scripture

I just finished one of Chuck Missler’s earlier Christian books called Countdown to Eternity and near the end, he makes a suggestion that might help with understanding difficult or confusing passages you encounter in your Bible study: 1. Get a … Continue reading

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National Day of Prayer — May 5th

Tomorrow is the National Day of Prayer and I encourage you to participate with others around the nation, offering at least one small prayer for our nation. Your prayer doesn’t have to be about the nation, but I am asking … Continue reading

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