Monthly Archives: October 2014

The Hope of the Resurrection

Paul’s life was at stake. He had survived being beaten almost to death by a mob the previous day only by the timely arrival of the Roman commander and his soldiers. Now the Sanhedrin is trying him, but the command … Continue reading

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Called to Be a Witness

You knew it! If Paul made it to Jerusalem, he would be in trouble. Paul also knew it, but for the sake of his Lord he went. He understood that union with Christ involves union with him in suffering. Just … Continue reading

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For the Name of the Lord Jesus

Dr. Kent Bradley never expected to be making national and international news. A year ago this month he left Texas with his family to serve, not just as a humanitarian, but as a Christian medical missionary in Liberia. As Ebola … Continue reading

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The Whole Will of God

The seal of the seminary I attended includes a drawing of a pulpit with an open Bible with a sword lying across it. Above it are five Greek words, which translate into our text (Acts 20:27), “The whole will of … Continue reading

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