Category Archives: Christian living

Truth and Consequences

Used by permission from Forthright Magazine (forthright.net). Copyright © 2013 by Stan Mitchell “I am the way, the truth and the life” (John 14:6). We live in a time when truth should be up with the whales and bald eagles … Continue reading

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Born Again by John E. Werhan

Jesus in his night-time meeting with the Pharisee Nicodemus establishes one of the foundational doctrines of Christianity. Nicodemus begins by noting that he understood the distinctiveness of Jesus’ teachings and actions. “Rabbi, we know that You have come from God … Continue reading

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A very serious thought: The Baby Grew Up

If you haven’t subscribed to Forthright Magazine (free), you are missing some wonderful spiritual food.  Here is an example. (Used by permission from Forthright Magazine (www.forthright.net).  Copyright © 2008 Richard Mansel.) We love babies. We gather around them in wonder and … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Day or Turkey Day?

Which do we celebrate? It makes me sad that the one day of the year our country set aside for giving thanks has degenerated into orgies of overeating and football games and shopping, with rarely a mention or thought of giving … Continue reading

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And now, a book about words…

Am I hung up on words and how to use them?  Well, yes.  I am a writer.  I’m more writer than speaker, but far more words are spoken each day than written.  Too many of the billions-per-day words that come … Continue reading

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More About Words–article by Stan Mitchell

Verbal Nutrition By Stan Mitchell (March 31, 2011) “What your eyes have seen do not hastily bring into court, for what will you do in the end, when your neighbor puts you to shame?”           ( Proverbs 25:8, ESV). An old, … Continue reading

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A Healthy Perspective on Death by Richard Mansel

Thanks to Richard Mansel for this encouraging article. Christians have an advantage over those in the world because their perspectives on life and death are healthier and more positive. God’s people are able to see beyond the material and into … Continue reading

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Christ in Christmas? Not in the Bible.

This is a re-run, but maybe a topic that needs some thought this time of year.  I wonder if Satan sneers (and rejoices, if his evil heart could do such a thing) when he sees people who claim to be Christians bickering … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Pie for Thanksgiving

I love Thanksgiving. I suppose these days it’s more about food and football and parades and Christmas shopping than it is about giving thanks to our God. I’ll admit I enjoy the family feasts much more than I enjoy football … Continue reading

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Some Facts About Christmas

An article from Forthright Magazine by Jon Gary Williams.

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