The Gospel message to convert the Jews

By Robert Randle There are those among the clergy and leadership in the Christian Church, especially among the Gentile believers who neglect ministering the Word to those unbelieving Jews. It has even been said that is a waste of time and that no Jewish person would ever accept that Jesus [Yeshua] is the Christ [Mesiyach], [...]

Why Pray When You Can Worry?

By Alan Allegra It seems the older we get, the more we worry. Is it because there is more to worry about in the world today or because there is more that can happen to us as we age? Perhaps it’s because we feel helpless as our health and strength slip away. Whatever the reason, [...]

Book review: “The Pre-Wrath Rapture of the Church,” by Marvin J. Rosenthal

By Robert Hawes Of all the doctrinal topics that divide evangelical Christians, the study of Eschatology (“last things” or end-times prophecy) is surely one of the most polarizing, particularly where it touches on the “rapture” of the church. While evangelicals believe that Jesus Christ will personally, physically return to the earth someday, and that He [...]

Having a form of godliness but denying its power

By Robert Randle During a particular worship service, some individuals among the congregation were brought forward before the altar for healing. The first thing was invoking the “Name of Jesus,” praying, and laying on of hands in behalf of the persons who were brought forward and invocation to the Lord was made in their behalf. [...]

Individualism: Good or Bad?

By Jim Barringer Western culture is highly individualistic in nature, and it is often taken for granted – with little to no explanation why it should be true – that people are the centers of their own universes, and that it is a Very Good Thing ™ for people to have nearly limitless ability to [...]

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