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  • Reading Mark
    Often when new believers ask where they should start reading their Bibles, the answer is “The Gospel of John. Begin there. Or maybe 1st John.” The same is true in evangelism. Perhaps you have done the same: when you recommend a place for an unbeliever to start reading, you mention
  • How to do Christian Thanksgiving
    Even the introductory comments in the letters of the Bible are filled with the Holy Spirit’s inspired instruction for us. The opening comments in 1 Thessalonians are a model of Christian thanksgiving. 1 Thessalonians 1:2-3We give thanks to God always for all of you, constantly mentioning you in our prayers,
  • Psalm 9 – A Lesson on Worship
    “Worship” is sadly very misunderstood in Christian circles today. Much is made of the approved/disapproved genres of music, over/under-emphasis of emotions in worship, and many other such matters that are not the primary concerns of Scripture when it comes to a theology of Worship. As Christians we have the Scriptures,
  • I will not leave you, I will be with you
    God, Who presides over the entire universe, is also the God Who is with each of us. Of all the many promises in Scripture, one of the most frequently repeated comforts among them is that God is with us. God will never forsake us. Read the follow verses and their
  • The Virtuous Signs of a Best Friend
    You shall love your neighbour as yourself. —Jesus, Matthew 22:39 In Scripture the word for friend and the word for neighbour is the same. Proverbs offers some sage wisdom on how to differentiate between the good and the bad when it comes to the friends you have. Here are the
  • Solomon explains how to identify a good sermon
    The book of Ecclesiastes is not normally associated with preaching, and yet, the preferred title of the author was “The Preacher” (Ecclesiastes 1:1-2, 12; 7:27; 12:8-10). What is “The Preacher’s” view of preaching? Besides being wise, the Preacher also taught the people knowledge, weighing and studying and arranging many proverbs