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Read the Bible in context

As we approach 2017, some of you may be planning a New Year’s resolution. I’d like to recommend that one of the best resolutions is to renew your commitment to reading and studying God’s Word. And as you study the Bible, allow me to offer a tip on how to correctly understand what you read.…

Shine

Recently, the Leverings got all bundled up and went to see some Christmas lights.  As we ventured from display to display, we observed that there are clearly three types of Christmas light attitudes: Scrooge: These homes are totally void of any Christmas festivity.  Not even a Festivus pole.  They are the homes with no lights,…

Death Warning

DEATH WARNING Recently a KYB viewer asked “Does God have a way of warning us when we are about to die?” My answer was that although God did warn a few people that their time was up, it isn’t His usual practice. I pointed out that God does provide us a “general” warning in Psalm…

The Card

When I arrived home yesterday evening, there was a stack of mail on the table. I thumbed through it and saw a bright red envelope that was addressed to me. I pulled it out and after opening the envelope, I gently pulled out the card with a beautiful   sparkly Bethlehem scene on the front. It…

Quality Revelation

Recently I wrote a brief “article” in an email to youth group parents pertaining to the importance of being dedicated to God’s Word at home. Although I originally wrote it in response to a Wednesday night class of disengaged and disinterested teens, I later decided that perhaps the overall message of that “article” could benefit…

On Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving isn’t just a holiday; it’s an attitude we should practice every day. As our nation pauses to give thanks, I encourage you to consider these thoughts on thankfulness and gratitude. “God has promised to supply all our needs. What we don’t have now, we don’t need now.” – Elizabeth Elliot “In happy moments, PRAISE…