Is God’s Way Easter Or Passover?

Is God’s Way Easter Or Passover? By Christine Egbert One of God’s most often repeated pleas is, “Oh that My people, that Israel would listen to Me would walk in My ways!” (Psalms 81:14) As it says in Isaiah 55:8-9, God’s thoughts are not our thoughts, nor are His ways our ways. As heaven is higher than earth,

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Need A Shake Up?

Need a Shake-Up? by Susan Fiedler Here in northeast Tennessee and southwest Virginia we don’t expect earthquakes.  Of course, we have them, but infrequently. When I went to college in southern California, earthquakes were the norm. I had only been there a couple of months in my freshman year when I

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Who Is The Bride?

Who Is The Bride? By Christine Egbert At the suggestion of my pastor, Matthew Miller, I recently listened to a most intriguing audio teaching titled “The Bride, The Concubine, And The Harlot” by Barry Phillips. For twenty years Barry Phillips served as a Christian evangelist, youth pastor, and senior pastor.

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Divorce Versus Putting-Away

Divorce Versus Putting-Away by Christine Egbert For some strange reason, many English translations of Matthew 5:32 say: “Whoever puts away his wife, apart from a matter of fornication, causes her to commit adultery. And whoever marries her that is divorced commits adultery.” I find this strange because the word translated

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KORAH’s Rebellion

KORAH’S Rebellion By Christine Egbert  We must never forget that God raises up leaders!  Jer 23:3-4  “I will gather the remnant of My flock out of all the countries where I have driven them, and will bring them back to their folds, and they will be fruitful and multiply. I will

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Children of the King

BY Susan Fiedler Grandparents love to brag about grandchildren!  You’d think they were the only kids in the world.  Sometimes I’m tempted to inflict my recitation of minutiae from their lives upon every victim I can lay my hands on.  After all, I’m sure other people—even complete strangers—are bound to

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