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Deborah

DeborahMost of the great women in the Bible either are married to a great man or related to one. Sarah is primarily known as Abraham's wife, and Miriam as Moses' sister. Even Esther, who saves the Jewish people from Haman's attempted genocide, is...

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The Lord’s Table

A Help to the Right Observance of the Holy Supper by Rev. Andrew Murray Copyright 1897Fleming H. Revell Company PREFACEOn the use of this little volume I would fain say two things which lie upon my heart. The first is this: that the Christian who...

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Grieving the Holy Spirit of God

Grieving the Holy Spirit of GodEphesians 4:29-32 (Eph 4:29-32 NASB) Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, that it may give grace to those who hear. And...

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Commentary on Obadiah

The prophetic book of Obadiah, though shortest in the Hebrew portion of the Bible, is no slouch in robust impact. Only 21 verses, it can be read in just a few minutes. To digest it properly, it may prove helpful to read it a number of times, from...

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MENE, MENE, TEKEL, PERES

The phrase "the handwriting is on the wall" is casually used to denote events that seem destined to occur. Yet the original use of that phrase, from the Bible, was anything but casual.During the time of Daniel, the imminent fall of the great...

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How To Understand the Bible

HOW TO UNDERSTAND THE BIBLEBeing able to correctly handle the Word of God is important for every Christian. Paul, in exhorting Timothy to be a workman of God, writes, "Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not...

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Meet For The Master’s Use

TEXT: 2 Tim. 2:21INTRODUCTION: A. MEET:  Strong's;  euchrestos (yoo'-khrays-tos);  easily used, i.e. useful:     KJV-- profitable, meet for use.  B. WE ARE GOD'S CHOSEN INSTRUMENTS( Phil. 2:13 )  AN HONOR.  C. WE BEST SHOW APPRECIATION BY BEING...

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