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Building the temple of the Lord.
Haggai 1:6-11. This is the terrible result of a nation that prioritizes its own desires above the things of God. We exist to bring Him glory. See v. 8. With the Spirit of God dwelling in us, we are the … Continue reading
“I do not believe in dentists.”
“On a recent trip to the dentist, while the dentist was working on my teeth he said to me, ‘I do not believe in God.’ Now this dentist knows what I do for a living and how important my faith … Continue reading
The saddest road to hell.
God forbid that any preacher should become merely a pleasant voice, entertaining and tickling the ears of his hearers. Yet many of America’s popular preachers have stripped the gospel of that which is designed to awaken its hearers, and replaced … Continue reading
Refused to compromise.
The three faithful men refused to compromise—even at the risk of their lives. As we can see from their words, “But if not….” their conviction did not come from a promise that God would deliver them. They were full of … Continue reading