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Central Principles – Psalm 7

The heading here (“A Shiggaion of David, which he sang to the Lord concerning the words of Cush, a Benjaminite”) is often thought to be more reliable than most headings. An imaginary heading would not mention an unknown event with an unknown antagonist. We know that David was opposed by Benjamites, the tribe of King Saul (1 Sam 24-26; 2

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Hear Me, O Lord

Psalm 6 This is the first of the “penitential Psalms.” That might seem odd, since it contains no clear confession of sin. But it does contain an almost unspoken acknowledgment of guilt. It demonstrates an attitude with which the godly will frequently identify. It is as if the author were saying, “I may not be able to say wherein I

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Psalm 5: God and Sin

We will not be covering the entire psalm this time but focusing on a few verses that express a main theme of the psalm in a forceful manner. What is said in this psalm is based upon a particular view of God. If we want to understand the psalm we must, as much as possible, understand the writer’s view of

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General Articles

SOME OF THE REASONS THAT SOME PEOPLE REJECT JESUS

There are many people who believe, and rightly so, that the Bible is the word of God. Consequently, they spend a considerable amount of time in the word. In fact, some have even read the Bible cover to cover multiple times, and can quote many, many passages of Scriptures. Is that a good thing? Absolutely. God wants us to be

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Special Issues

The Value of a Clear Conscience

1 Peter 3:13-22 There are times in life when each one of us has a sense of foreboding. We have sinned and have not really repented. We know that things are not right between us and God. We feel the weight of our sin in a heavy heart. And should it happen that things go badly, we thought they would…but

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To Obey is Better Than Sacrifice

In 1 Samuel 15:1-23 we read how the prophet Samuel told Saul that the Lord Almighty had decided to punish the nation of Amalek for opposing Israel when they first came out of Egypt. He told Saul to go and destroy the entire Amalekite nation—men, women, children along with all of their livestock. So Saul mobilized his army, went to

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Will There Be Good People In Hell?

The idea that good living people could spend eternity in hell is a hard concept to accept. This is especially true when you think about your relatives and friends, your neighbours and co-workers. Whoever they are, you always enjoy being in their company where they pick up your spirit and make your life worthwhile. So yes, it is hard to

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MARK AND MIRACLES

After healing Peter’s mother-in-law in Capernaum, news of Jesus’ power spread quickly throughout the town. By evening, the street was full of people who had come to seek His help. Mark describes it: “And when evening had come, after the sun had set, they began bringing to Him all who were ill and those who were demon-possessed. And the whole

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Against the Drift

As a young boy, I learned an unforgettable lesson about the dangers of drifting, a lesson that has stuck with me all these years. Durning those summer days, my family would often spend weeks at my aunt and uncle’s camp on St. Joseph Island, situated between Lake Superior and Lake Huron in the North Channel. I distinctly remember one bright,

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Monthly Editorial

Loud Budgeting

Loud budgeting is a recent trend on Tik-Tok. It is a strategy to get your fiscal house in order, by setting a budget and telling all of your friends. It removes the pressure of ‘keeping up with the Joneses” while adding a layer of public accountability to personal commitments. It makes it easier to say ‘no’ to spending that does

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General Articles

Understanding “I AM” Through Natural Theology – Part 2

Moses said to God, “Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your fathers has sent me to you,’ and they ask me, ‘What is his name?’ Then what shall I tell them?” God said to Moses, “I am who I am. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I am has

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Psalm 4: An Evening Prayer

This psalm was often used as an evening prayer because of verse eight, “In peace I will both lie down and sleep; for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.” Psalm four is appropriate as an evening prayer for it gives us a sense of purpose and security that will lead to healthier sleep. It is also a

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