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Today's Articles

The Way' from Kevin Pauley

Just as Abraham believed God, and it was credited to him for righteousness, so understand that those who have faith are Abraham's sons. Now the Scripture foresaw that God would justify the Gentiles by faith and foretold the good news to Abraham, saying, All the nations will be blessed in you. So those who have faith… [read more]

Remind Us
Chip Shots from the Ruff of Life' from Tom Kelley

Let me just take a few more moments to continue with Jim Brown.  Back in the late '90s I took a trip to Florida to see my mom and visit my nephews Todd and Darin and their families.  I had promised Dad before he died that I would be sure to get down and see her at least a couple of times a year.  I was… [read more]

Mercy and not Sacrifice (Sept. 24, 2010)
Today's Little Lift' from Jim Bullington

God determined the principle: “I desire mercy and not sacrifice.” (Matthew 9.13). This principle is as true today in the Christian Dispensation as it was in the two previous dispensations, the Patriarchal and Mosaical. God’s passionate desire to win man’s heart has never abated since the first… [read more]

Additional Articles

All or Nothing (again)
'Winging It' from Stan Smith
Originally posted Jan 17, 2018

(There appears to have been a "Live as if" outage for a week, so I'm just giving you this one again ... in case you missed it.) Biblical Christians consider themselves "people of the book", so to speak. We aim to be serious about Scripture. The Bible is our sole authority on matters of faith and… [read more]

God’s Solution to Our World’s Massive Problems
Word from Scotland' from Sandy Shaw
Originally posted Jan 15, 2018

 We are reading, and studying, these opening verses of Luke Chapter 1.   Zechariah was a faithful priest in a day when there was not a lot of faithfulness around.  I wonder how many people thought, “Look at that silly old priest going away to conduct a service - and say prayers - and preach something… [read more]

Nations: Yesterday And Today
'Christ in You...'' from Dale Krebbs
Originally posted Jan 14, 2018

Nations: Yesterday And Today After God sent the worldwide flood on the earth, there were only a few humans on the whole earth…only Noah and his family. After the waters subsided, He and his family began from that time to produce children. From that time until now, the earth has been covered with many peoples… [read more]

The Lamb's Book of Life - Part 2
Refreshment in Refuge' from Gina Burgess
Originally posted Jan 14, 2018

  Romans 1:18 For God's wrath is revealed from Heaven on all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, holding the truth in unrighteousness, 19 because the thing known of God is clearly known within them, for God revealed it to them. First, God makes sure that everyone has a yearning for Him. We are created in… [read more]

Daily Devotionals  from

Morning and Evening for December 14
Charles Spurgeon's "Morning & Evening"

"They go from strength to strength." - Psalm 84:7 They go from strength to strength. There are various renderings of these words, but all of them contain the idea of progress. Our own good translation of the authorized version is enough for us this morning. "They go from strength to strength." That is,…… — (click here to read more)

Morning / Evening Devotional — January 18
Daily Light on the Daily Path

Him that was to come. Jesus ... made a little lower than the angels for the suffering of death, ... that he by the grace of God should taste death for every man. — One died for all. — As by one man's disobedience many were made sinners, so by the obedience of one shall many be made righteous. The first man Adam was made a living soul; the last… — (click here to read more)

Christ and His Children
Charles Spurgeon's "Faith's Checkbook"

"When Thou shalt make His soul an offering for sin, He shall see His seed."   Isaiah 53:10 Our LORD Jesus has not died in vain. His death was sacrificial: He died as our substitute, because death was the penalty of our sins. Because His substitution was accepted of God, He has saved those for whom He made His soul a sacrifice. By death He became like… — (click here to read more)

Dean Clark
Chip Shots from the Ruff of Life

The last two days have been fun and informative. I had the opportunity to spend Tuesday evening and all day Wednesday at Johnson Bible College near Knoxville, Tennessee. Though I graduated from Kentucky Christian College I also claim Johnson Bible College as my alma mater having spent two years there prior to…… — (click here to read more)

A recital of experiences
'Every Day Light' with Selwyn Hughes

Having spent the past days identifying the nature of the problem which almost caused the psalmist to give up, we pause today to focus on another great value of the book of Psalms - the fact that it presents its teaching in the form of a recital of experiences. We have exactly the same kind of teaching in the New Testament,…… — (click here to read more)

"Today's Word" with Skip Moen

Return - The Hebrew word is shub. This verb is the twelfth most frequently used verb in the Old Testament with more than 1000 occurrences. All of the other descriptions used to indicate man's need to be reconciled to God are summarized in this verb because the verb carries with it the two critical factors…… — (click here to read more)

Morning / Evening Devotional — January 18
Morning and Evening with A.W. Tozer

Pastors and churches in our hectic times are harassed by the temptation to seek size at any cost and to secure by inflation what they cannot gain by legitimate growth. The mixed multitude cries for quantity and will not forgive a minister who insists upon solid values and permanence. Many a man of God is being subjected to cruel pressure by the ill-taughtmembers… … — (click here to read more)

My brother. - Matthew 12:50
The Believer's Daily Remembrancer

My brother. - Matthew 12:50

And who is the brother of Jesus? Every one who does the will of His Father. Every Believer who proves the truth of his faith by the goodness of his works; who shows the excellence of his nature, by the piety, benevolence, and charity of his life.

Believer, Jesus calls thee BROTHER. He has for thee a Brother's love.…

… — (click here to read more)

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