Jesus Christ

Yes Sir! Jesus Tells Us … To Visit the Sick

Mat 25:31-43 “When the Son of Man comes in His glory, and all the holy angels with Him, then He will sit on the throne of His glory. Mat 25:32 […]

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Good News, Bad News

Church’s are known by their evangelistic pattern. Among the many platforms for emphasis, two of the more prominent are prophecy and Christian living. Either of these can be constructed from […]

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The Atonement – significant for Christians?

The Day of Atonement is a very important day on the Christian calendar. Yes, the Christian calendar. It’s also important for Jews as well, better known as Yom Kippur.  But […]

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Come to the Feast!

Some argue … that since the annual festivals and holy days were designed as celebrations of important events of Israel’s history and as harvest festivals, they are of little or no […]

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Social Problems

“Social Problems” is such an impersonal term for a WORLD full of hurt. A social problem is … any condition or behavior that has negative consequences for large numbers of […]

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If Jesus Christ were to visit His church today…

As the birthday approaches on the Day of Pentecost, it’s a pertinent and timely question to ask. Jesus asked one question in that regard. “…when the Son of man cometh, […]

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When you take the Passover

On April 14, this year, we will come together to take the New Testament Passover. Why will you be taking this Passover? It’s a ritual, yes, but do we really […]

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Knowing Jesus

Many who grew up in a Christian Church tradition, learned about Jesus first via simple hymns that spoke of some of His qualities.  From the “Jesus Loves Me” hymn we […]

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Why the Church?

It has been nearly 2000 years since Jesus uttered the words: Mat_16:18 … I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it. The Church […]

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The Chosen

The Church of God International is featuring “something new” on the CGI App.  “The Chosen” is a television drama based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth.  Its the first […]

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The Most Important Questions

When one is offered 3 wishes, the common wisdom (with a grin) is to ask for: .         – good health, .         – great wealth, […]

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Who is your guarantor?

There is a popular adage that says, “the only certainty in life is death and taxes.”  None one can argue about the veracity of that saying. It seems to be […]

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BEHOLD HE IS COMING!

Jesus Christ is returning for the second time. The saints of God are on a watch. It’s an obligation we have as Christians. The Word of God tells us, in […]

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Jesus Christ Must Return!

In these weary days of a pandemic, one relevant question that comes to mind is whether Jesus Christ will return a second time as promised. People are looking for hope, […]

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Easter: Christian or not?

What do bunny rabbits, Easter eggs, hot-cross buns, and chocolate have to do with the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ?  Before you read this article, please pause for […]

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The Olive Branch

Obedience before sacrifice All Aboard! All Aboard! His voice echoed through the torrential rain which poured down from the dense clouds like rods of steel. Then, there was silence and […]

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Lent – is it a biblical observation?

Lent, the forty-day fasting period leading up to Easter, is now being observed by some Christians. Lent is not a biblically commanded season and has roots in paganism. People who […]

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The Lord’s Day replaces the Sabbath?

“I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s Day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet,” (Rev. 1:10 KJV). This is one of the texts Christendom […]

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COVID-19 for Christmas ’20?

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an unwanted gift to those who celebrate Christmas. This year is an exceptional one. For most people, there has never been a time when people […]

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At One With God

As our worldly activities come under the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, as has been the case since the start of 2020, each day we face the uncertainty of when […]

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