Back to Basics

In every age and in every nation, the church is tempted to capitulate to the values and ideals of the surrounding culture. In every age and in every nation, the solution is the same: repentance and faith. To be faithful, the church must recover the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Him crucified. In this message, … Continue reading Back to Basics

The Person of Christ

Throughout Scripture, Jesus Christ is referred to by many names and titles, with each title providing a unique glimpse into what sets Him apart from every other man. In this message, R.C. Sproul explores the rich meanings of the various titles attributed to Jesus. [Ligonier Ministries]

Getting The People Out of Egypt is Easier than Getting Egypt Out of the People!

by agapegeek (Ver 1.1)  God gives us some very valuable information from the Children of Israel in the Old Testament.  They spent nearly 400 years living in the foreign land called Egypt, governed by a Godless people who became their masters.  Of course the picture is given to us from the New Testament that these … Continue reading Getting The People Out of Egypt is Easier than Getting Egypt Out of the People!

The Making of You

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Binu Samuel
Binu Samuel | Proverbs 31 Ministries

“The LORD had said to Abram, ‘Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you.’”

Genesis 12:1 (NIV)

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If there is anyone in this world who enjoys being at home, it’s me … but my son is a close second. (If you look up “homebody” in the dictionary, you might even see our pictures.)

So when it came time for him to decide on a college, my husband and I were very surprised he chose a school away from home.

Of course, I had encouraged him to explore all options. Isn’t that what a good mama is supposed to do? But I didn’t actually think he would select one of those out-of-town schools.

Once he announced his decision, butterflies churned in my stomach. Everything in me wanted to change my son’s mind, especially with the uncertainty of…

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