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We are going to leave our study in the book of Acts this week to look at this psalm. This is a psalm of ascents, which means it was likely sung by Israelites as they neared Jerusalem on their way up to worship the Lord at an annual feast, such as Passover. more
After being driven out of Iconium, Paul and Barnabas arrived at Lystra where they continued to preach the gospel (Acts 14:5-6). After Paul had spoken to the people, he looked upon a crippled man and commanded him to stand up. The man immediately rose up and began to walk. more
Turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:21-26 as we continue our study of the Sermon on the Mount.  more
Gifted students have to check their privilege and get over themselves. more
Last Friday, in a triumph for transnationalism, 136 nations, including the U.S., agreed to mandate a global corporate income tax for all nations that will not be allowed to fall below 15%. more
Across America, a radical ideology is taking hold. Critical Race Theory argues that the United States is founded on racial supremacy and oppression. more
Paul and Barnabas, driven out of Antioch in Pisidia, travel about 90 miles to Iconium.  Undeterred by the persecution they suffered in Antioch, they go into the synagogue and speak the word of God’s grace to the people in the city. And we see that “a great number of both Jews and Greeks believed” (Acts 14:1). more
Turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:17-20. We’ve been studying the Sermon on the Mount for the past few weeks and we have said so far that the Sermon on the more
“We’ve got the president of the United States on our side,” said Sen. Bernie Sanders Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”  more
We see the reaction to Paul’s sermon (Acts 13:16-41) in this passage. The initial response is positive. more
Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:13-16. Over the past several weeks, we have been looking at the Beatitudes, those blessings with which our Lord opens the Sermon on the Mount. more
Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas is indisputably good at one part of his job — always referring to the migrant surge at the border as a “challenge” and never a “crisis.” more
For centuries up to and including the 20th, Europe seemed the central pivot of world history.   more
This passage highlights for us another stop in Paul’s first missionary journey. Paul and his companions left Cyprus and traveled to Asia Minor, the location of modern day Turkey. more
Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:1-12. Over the last three weeks, we have looked at the character of the Christian as it is described in the Beatitudes. In relation, more
The best indication that Larry Elder was going down hard in the California recall wasn’t the polling, although that all swung the wrong way in the final weeks, but his suggestion late in the campaign that Democrats were going to steal the election. more
In a diplomatic coup, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a deal last week with the U.K. and U.S. to have those Anglo-American allies help build a nuclear-powered submarine fleet for Australia. more
Luke records for us in this passage the first mission team sent off by a church, taking the gospel to the ends of the earth. The church in Antioch was led by the Holy Spirit to set apart Paul and Barnabas for mission work (verse 2).  After fasting and praying, the church sends them off. We learn some important principles of missions here. more
Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:8-10. Over the past two weeks, we have surveyed various “character qualities” that Jesus pronounces as “blessed” in the first part of the Sermon on the Mount. more
Not too long ago, supporters imagined Joe Biden might be the next LBJ, and perhaps they were right — just not how they thought. more
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