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Oct 27
Sam Crabtree
One way to meditate on Scripture is to write it in your own words. To be a multilingual genius who can converse fluently with representatives from many nations and even interact with angels, minus love, is to be merely flapping one’s gums, a...
Oct 24
Bryan DeWire
So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.—1 Corinthians 10:31 God created the world to display his power and his patience, his glory and his grace (Romans 9:22–23). Therefore, he commands his creatures to do...
Oct 24
Sam Crabtree
That’s what Jason Meyer said in his brief address to global partners at the luncheon last Saturday. The Scripture’s account of the truth is truer than your eyes. In other words, trust the Scriptures more than your own eyes, when your own eyes lead...
Oct 23
Sam Crabtree
Sinful man believes he is always sinned against, but never sinning. In thinking this way, he acts as though he is God, for God truly is sinned against, but never sinning. If our problem is our fallen nature, the solution cannot lie anywhere within...
Oct 22
Sam Crabtree
Philip Graham Ryken’s 48-page booklet by that title is part of the Basics of the Reformed Faith series. Here are eight excerpts. Whenever we bump into the world, our worldview comes spilling out. We all have basic beliefs. This is unavoidable. Our...
Oct 21
Sam Crabtree
Be presidents of each other's fan clubs. —Tony Heath
Oct 18
Bryan DeWire
Notice with me the many words Jesus uses in this passage to highlight the importance of the location of our values. I have bolded such words for your convenience. Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and...
Oct 17
Sam Crabtree
What does it look like when leaders from the Kachin Baptist Association in Myanmar stop in for a visit and introductions at a Bethlehem Baptist Church pastoral staff meeting? Read the background. 
Oct 16
Sam Crabtree
I read The Life of John Brown because it was recommended to me by a dad who had recently buried his little girl. I have read it with tears, and shame, and profound hope. John Brown of Haddington (1722–1787) was orphaned at about the age of 10 and...
Oct 14
Sam Crabtree
Paul Eshleman relates, “I was in a small Karamoja village in northern Uganda. One hundred and eighty thousand people had died of starvation the year before. On the outskirts of the village was a pile of human skulls that stood as a stark testimony...
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