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Should I go back to my husband?

The marriage covenant is the most sacred relationship we can enjoy on earth. It is a gift from God and I am always grieved when I hear of it being broken. In this case, you are burdened with two extremely difficult issues at the same time—...

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Is there only one right denomination?

First of all, in Ephesians 4:4 we read that there is only one body. That one body is the church of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Now, it doesn’t say one congregation. The body of Christ is bigger than one congregation, but there is one...

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Can a Christian be a social drinker?

Some very good people may not have thought this through. I am absolutely convinced that alcohol has wrecked more lives and more homes than any other drug. So, why would Christians want to play in the devil’s backyard? Too many believers w...

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Can we achieve holiness if we really wanted to?

"Be holy, for I am holy" (1 Peter 1:16), but "No one is good but One, that is, God" (Mark 10:18). How can God command us to be holy when He knows we can't attain it? The key is in one's approach. A rich young ruler and the Apostle Paul rep...

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How do we give thanks in all circumstances?

In 1 Thessalonians 5:18, Paul wrote, “In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” This verse disturbs many sincere believers. Sometimes it disturbs me! Is Paul telling us to give things even for ...

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Why should I fear God?

If we have learned anything from this time of protracted legal wrangling, it is that words are very important. The importance of words, however, lies not only in their definition, but also the context in which they are used. Fear is often d...

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What are some of the fruits of brokenness?

One of the fruits of brokenness is our pliability in the hands of God. Are we experiencing less resistance to our own will and yielding more to His will? Secondly, the fruit of brokenness is empathy and sympathy with others who are hurting...

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Is the King James Version the only real version?

The KJV Bible holds a cherished place in the traditions of Christianity. I would caution, though, against completely discounting other versions simply due to their relative newness. The KJV was itself novel when it was released in 1611. He...

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