Premortal Warrior

By Diana Isham The turmoil that I felt within my heart was excruciating! I watched helpless — yet fervently prayed as you struggled and nearly gave in to the demons who sought earnestly to overtake and destroy your life! What could I do? How could I help? What could I say that would help you [...]

Does God accept your worship?

By Robert Randle There is doubtless unanimous agreement among believers in the Christian Church about the importance of assembling together to worship our Heavenly Father and Savior, Jesus Christ of Nazareth. The services of devotion with fervent prayers, songs of thanksgiving and praises, as well as hearing the Word of God taught to us seem [...]

God’s Difficult Answers

By Patrick Roberts The lagging spiritual fruit of our religious efforts are glaringly evident. We seek God religiously more than we seek Him by His Spirit. We say “yes” with our mouths but down deep in our soul and convictions (all the things that God really cares about), we are disobediently reserved. We suppose that [...]

Human Interference-Getting In God’s Way

Orde Wingate, son of Colonel George Wingate, was a brilliant and unorthodox military leader during WWII.  Orde was a somewhat independent and willful person, but he remained faithful to the fine traditions of family. One day a friend asked him, “Orde, when you say one man is good and another is …

The Church or a Circus?

By Larry Sowders When I go to the circus, I expect to find something unusual and innovative. When I go to the circus, I expect to find something novel and entertaining. I do not want to find these in the church. When the church is built upon that which unusual, innovative, novel and …

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