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Whose Slave Are You? Whose Slave Are You?

Slavery has been a part of human society and in different cultures for thousands... 

Passover: Celebrating the Redemptive Power of YAHWEH Passover: Celebrating the Redemptive Power of YAHWEH

We celebrate Passover because it pictures our deliverance from the bondage of sin. ... 

The Passover – A Blood Covenant The Passover – A Blood Covenant

The Passover is one of the seven annual festivals of God listed in Leviticus 23.... 

Christ, Our Passover Christ, Our Passover

It is noteworthy the Holy Bible in 1 Cor. 5:7 describes Jesus Christ as “our Passover,”... 

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Personal Development

An Invitation for True Knowledge and Wisdom An Invitation for True Knowledge and Wisdom

My in-laws told a story set in the not-too-distant past where people they knew used... 

A New Conception in Christ A New Conception in Christ

For years I had dined at the table of deceit Fulfilling my own desires and lusts. Habitual... 

God’s Plan of Supernatural Provision God’s Plan of Supernatural Provision

The time has come for God’s people to break free from financial bondage. Our Father... 

The New Morality The New Morality

Today, our society is at war. The battlefront is not in Iraq—it is right here in... 

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Featured Articles

The Days of Unleavened Bread The Days of Unleavened Bread

When God brought the Israelites out of Egypt, His intent was to make them a model... 

From Passover to Easter From Passover to Easter

 Unquestionably, Jesus Christ was a Jewish Passover observing individual. He... 

The King is Coming The King is Coming

I will begin by stating boldly that Christ is coming back to Earth soon as King of... 

Breaking the Chains of Depression Breaking the Chains of Depression

Many people experience feelings of depression-ranging from just feeling blue to an... 

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God

The First Failure, The Second Triumph The First Failure, The Second Triumph

The first man, Adam failed, but the Second was triumphant over death. What made Jesus,... 

The Birth of a King The Birth of a King

Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, the little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head…” For... 

God’s Master Plan God’s Master Plan

In every country, we find that people devotedly celebrate their national holidays.... 

One Kingdom, One King One Kingdom, One King

The world we live in today is plagued with problems for which there seem to be no... 

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Is it Christian?

Letter to Polycrates Letter to Polycrates

Controversy was brewing again, not a bit unusual in the Second Century, since the departure of the highly respected and last living apostle ‘Saint’ John. It was near the close of the Second Century in Ephesus, Asia Minor, an area where great men of God such... 

In the Dead of Winter? In the Dead of Winter?

Joy to the world, the Lord is come! Let earth receive her King. These words are from the popular carol that is often sung during the Christmas season. Many celebrate Christmas under the assumption that Christ was born on December 25th—but was He? What time of... 

Is There an Eternal Hellfire? Is There an Eternal Hellfire?

  I’ll be your guide and you will follow me, And I will lead you through a world of pain, Where dead souls writhe in endless agony and clamor, As they cry to die again.” Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy The doctrine of an eternal Hell was around... 

The Origins of the Christmas Tree The Origins of the Christmas Tree

The Christmas tree is said to have originated in Germany with the decoration of pine trees with fancy ornaments. However, there are alternate theories that suggest otherwise. In fact, there are many legends about the Christmas tree that led to the widespread belief... 

Saturnalia Saturnalia

Saturnalia was an ancient Roman festival celebrated to honour the god Saturn. The celebration would start in mid-December and last from five to seven days, during which the courts and normal community business would be suspended. The Collins Encyclopaedia describes... 

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