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The Earth is the Lord’s – Psalm 24

This is a much-neglected Psalm, perhaps because it sits right next to 23. This Psalm falls into three parts, and each part tells us something about worship. The nature of God We worship by reminding ourselves of who God is. “The earth is the Lord’s and the fullness thereof, the world and those who dwell therein, for he has founded

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Thought For The Week

A Better Band, A Better Body

My brother is the musician of the family. I like to sing but have never been much of an instrumentalist. I did play in the band during middle school. I started on the trombone but was terrible at it. I switched to my brother’s hand-me-down coronet and began playing in the trumpet section. Band music often has two or three

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Bible Study Resources

The Lord is My Shepherd

Psalm 23 We come today to the best-known psalm, the best known chapter in the Bible, possibly the best known 118 words in world literature. Sadly, many who know the psalm are little better off for having known it. It is unlikely that this brief article will contain anything new. Everything worth saying about this psalm has been said before.

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“We Will Live with Him Because of the Power of God toward You” – Introduction to 2 Corinthians

God’s Power in Jesus Christ and His Gospel The list of problems within the church in Corinth is among the longest of any New Testament congregation: division, favouritism, fascination with fame and flattering and deceptive speech (sophistry), worldly mindedness, immaturity, incest, lawsuits between brethren, fraud, sexual immorality, marriage and divorce, lingering dangers of idolatry, socio-economic class disparity, misunderstanding and misuse

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Money Matters in Ministry and Unity

Text: 2 Cor 8-9 Money is a delicate subject in the life of the church. Often associated with worldliness and greed (1 Tim. 6:10), these negative connotations are hard to overcome. So, the Apostle Paul follows his discussion of giving, by explaining that his goal was to “…take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ” (2 Cor 10:5). And

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Monthly Editorial

I Am Not Ashamed of the Gospel (Part 3)

A discussion of the righteousness of God – Romans 1:16-17 In our previous two articles, we have considered some reasons why we might be tempted at times…to be ashamed of the Gospel. Included among these were some aspects of the ‘Nature‘ of the Gospel….Things like: The exclusivity of the Gospel. The fact that God has provided just one, and only

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Special Issues

What Unseen Things Are Eternal?

2 Corinthians 4:18 “We do not look at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen. For the things which are seen are temporary, but the things which are not seen are eternal” (2 Corinthians 4:18). There is a physical realm and a spiritual realm. Science deals with the physical realm. Religion deals with the

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Thought For The Week

THE SPIRIT THAT IS IN ME IS GREATER THAN THE SPIRIT THAT IS IN AI!

The title says it all, doesn’t it? All the fuss and handwringing over the Artificial Intelligence (AI) phenomena is quite anxiety producing for unbelievers. They have nowhere to go. The machines they depend on (computers, software, information-times-a-trillion) now threaten to eat them alive. Frankenstein’s revenge is here with a single key stroke! Not so with God’s children, who fear God,

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Special Issues

Unity of II Corinthians

Should II Corinthians be just one book? Has it been edited and redacted by someone at a later time? Does it consist of multiple letters penned by Paul to Corinth then later stitched together? Could it contain the sorrowful letter or previous letter referenced by Paul himself? One does not have to look far to find all of these theories

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This Treasure In Earthen Vessels

2 Corinthians 4:7–18 Have you ever wondered what kept the apostle Paul fuelled during his Christian ministry? After all, considering the hardships and difficulties mentioned in II Corinthians 11:23–33, one would think that surely he would feel at some point that “Enough is enough!” Yet he remained true and loyal to being chosen by God for the task set before

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“Now is the Day of Salvation”

2 Corinthians 6:2 “Don’t put off till tomorrow what you can do today” This is a familiar proverb which reminds us not to delay, procrastinate, or hesitate to do something if we can finish or accomplish it right away. Such great advice is even more beneficial when it comes to our relationship to God. Procrastination is to be avoided at

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The Aroma of Christ 2 Corinthians 2:14–17

In 2 Corinthians Paul is describing his travel plans in relation to Corinth. He mentioned not finding Titus in Troas and so leaving even though there was a good opportunity. He carried on to Macedonia. He pauses in chapter 2 verse 14 to thank God who always leads us in triumphal procession, and through us spreads the fragrance of the

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