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Consequences of Apostasy

Four years ago Hank Hanegraaff, known as the Bible Answer Man, was chrismated into the Orthodox Church. According to Orthodox teachings, Chrismation is the mystery by which a person is granted the gift of the Holy Spirit through the anointing of Holy Chrism. How could a man who spent so many...

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Catholics Love Their Relics

On a misions trip, I had a chance to witness to Catholics at St. Anthony's Chapel in Pittsburg. The church has over 5,000 relics of saints, more than any church outside of the Vatican. A relic is a part of a holy person’s body or belongings kept as an object of reverence. There are three...

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Our Nation is Under Demonic Attack

Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a disgrace to any people (Prov. 14:34). Over the last two weeks we have observed the works of Satan being magnified throughout our nation. We should not be surprised because he is the prince of the air and the whole world lies in his power as he ensnares...

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Vote With a Biblical Worldview

Our Votes Could Help Put An End to What God Hates God hates hands that shed innocent blood. They are an abomination to Him (Prov. 6:16-17). There is nothing more evil or wicked than destroying the innocent life of a defenseless baby in a mother's womb. Those who support politicians who give...

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Our Lady of the Corona Virus

Pope Francis offered a prayer to the Virgin Mary, entrusting the whole world to her protection in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Following is part of his prayer, "O Mary, you shine continuously on our journey as a sign of salvation and hope. We entrust ourselves to you, Salvation of...

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Justice and Mercy

In the midst of all that is going on today, people need to know who is their only hope for the future! Many of the people who are rightfully demanding equal justice for all, will one day be calling for mercy. One day we will all meet our Creator. The foundation of His throne is righteousness and...

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The Assurance of Salvation

The glorious promise of the Gospel is eternal, everlasting life. This divine assurance can be offered unconditionally because of all that Christ has DONE to save believers completely and forever. Yet, over half of "professing" Christians deny the assurance of eternal life...

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Keep Your Eyes on Jesus!

"I have set the Lord always before me!" Psalm 16:8 With the Lord always before us...our faith will be strong, our hope will be sure, our love will be evident, our humility will be constant and our praise will be heavenly. Let us, therefore, set the Lord always before us, to meditate...

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The Church is Conforming to the World

The church-at-large continues to be conformed to the world because it has forgotten its divine mandate. Church leaders are no longer making the Lord's last command their first concern. Instead of protecting the flock from wolves in sheep's clothing, they are tickling ears, building up self...

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The Controversial Bread of Life

"Unless You Eat the Flesh of the Son of Man and Drink His Blood You Have No Life In You” Are these words of Jesus from John 6:53 to be taken literally or figuratively? The Roman Catholic Church teaches the context of John chapter six and the above headlined verse 53 are literal. Thus...

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