The text that enlivened Luther, and you should know of the man who wrote about it, Frank W. Boreham

A remarkable book called A bunch of everlasting; or, Texts that Made History was written byby Frank Boreham, who lived from 1871-1959. He published this remarkable book in 1920. The reason it is called 'texts that made history' is because Boreham is exploring the scripture that the recipient identifies as the one that broke through …

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Is your Women’s Ministry at church fully integrated, or is it still a kids’ table?

Ladies, be aware of when the church diminishes your value to Christ by scheduling fun activities-lite for you instead of Bible studies with meat. At a certain point, kids graduate from the Thanksgiving kids' table to the adult table. You should, too.Source Bon AppetitNot that scheduling a ladies night around a fun activity isn't worthwhile. …

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Have you laid down your sword of the Spirit?

Jesus promised us trials in this world, but He followed that promise with a reminder, He has overcome the world. (John 16:32-33). There are many reasons we undergo trials. Sometimes it's to count it all joy that we are participating in the trials Jesus underwent. Sometimes it's because the testing we receive through a trial …

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He will not let His Holy One see corruption!

Vyrso Verse of the DayFor you will not abandon my soul to Hades, or let your Holy One see corruption. (Acts 2:27, Psalm 16:10)He describes his resurrection: God loosed the pains of death, because it was impossible that he should be holden of it; ōdinas—the sorrows of death; the word is used for travailing pains, and …

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Editorial: Be vigilant about your comment section

Either through AOL chat, online newspapers, bulletin boards, blogs, Facebook, or Twitter I've been running online comment sections since 1999. I've had a lot of experience seeing how people choose to say things either openly or anonymously. I've also seen a steep decline in the quality of online (and real life) discourse.By 2004 online newspapers …

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God’s breath

At bible study the following verse was mentioned:All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, (2 Timothy 3:16)The teacher asked what we thought about that. I got to thinking about the God-breathed part.God-breathed...God-breathed. My mind went to Genesis 1, "Breath of life."And to …

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