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Come, Let us Worship and Bow Down

For those of us whose faith has been so deeply shaped by our worship experiences, the current trend of worship as a professionally programmed performance, can be quite upsetting. Yet, as always, not every challenge to our faith and practice must be seen in a negative light. If those challenges lead us back to the Word and will of God

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Reminders from Death Row

(Part 2) The previous article discussed Paul’s situation as he wrote 2 Timothy, suggesting that he was in prison at Rome—most likely not the imprisonment at Rome that Luke records at the end of the book of Acts—as he awaited the final disposition of his case. He is expecting that his death is nearby (4:6), and God has him pass

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KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS

Revelation 19:11–16 & Psalm 2 Six days into the new year we witnessed cataclysmic internal conflict in the world’s second largest democracy. As we move further into the year with the pandemic ongoing and upheaval and armed conflict continuing in several nations around the planet I thought we could use some more encouragement from another vision that John had of

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We All Need More Phileo Love This Year

Phileo (Greek), often translated “brotherly love,” is one of the four ancient Greek words for love, along with storge, agape and eros. Phileo is defined by Thayer’s Greek Lexicon as “To love, to approve of, to like, sanction, to treat affectionately or kindly, to welcome, befriend, to show signs of love, to kiss, to be fond of doing, to be

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JESUS CONFRONTS THE CROWDS

It seems that everywhere Jesus went, great crowds followed Him. Sometimes they closed in on Him and jostled Him around, forcing Him on one occasion to get in a boat and shove offshore to speak from a distance. They needed to think about their motivations. Were they following Him just to see fabulous miracles? Did they go with Him because

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Monthly Editorial

When Christ Who Is Our Life is Revealed

The first two chapters of Paul’s letter to the Colossians set out a doctrinal foundation for the teachings that follow. Paul did this as a matter of course since doctrine ought always to inform and shape our practice and not the other way around. Chapter 3 opens with a conditional truth upon which his further instructions depend: “Therefore, if you

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