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Information on how to avoid hypocrisy in our Christian lives.

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Who Are You To Judge?

This volume reminds readers that truth is important and that real truth is not merely a matter of individual opinion. Lutzer explains that it is the responsibility of church members … See More >

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I got a call from my older brother two weeks ago telling me that my father, who is a retired …

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Well Carol, you are in a really difficult predicament, but I see some hope here.

It’s wonderful that your parents …

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The Dangers Of Compromise

Messaged preached on Sunday morning, July 17, 1949 by The Moody Church’s Associate Pastor, H.A Hermansen. I want to consider with you an Old Testament story that comprises four chapters of the book of Second Chronicles; and for a  text I would like to read just the first eight verses of the nineteenth chapter. “And Jehoshaphat the king of Judah returned to his house in peace to Jerusalem. And Jehu the son of Hanani the seer went out to meet him, and said to the king Jehoshaphat, Shouldest thou help the ungodly, and love them that hate the Lord … Read More >

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Who Are You To Judge?

Our present culture believes in the icon of permissiveness, the deeply held conviction that tolerance is the same as love. However, the Bible teaches that we must discriminate; we must … See More >

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The Parable Of The Leaven

This is the fourth and last parable in Matthew 13 spoken by the Lord Jesus Christ to the crowd. The remaining four, dealing with the inner secrets of the Kingdom of Heaven, were spoken to the disciples. In this parable our Lord is telling the crowd what will be the outward signs of the development of the Kingdom of God on Earth throughout this age. As in the case of the mustard seed parable, He gives no interpretation of it and therefore we must proceed carefully, remembering that popular interpretation is not always correct, and that any interpretation which contradicts … Read More >

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