Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Do I Really Hafta Go to Church?

Jesus Loves the Church and So Should You: Studies in Biblical Churchmanship by Earl Blackburn “Christ loved the church and gave Himself for it.” (Eph. 5:25)   “To love Christ involves loving the thing that He loves the most on … Continue reading

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Thoughts to Take Us into a New Year

As we come to the end of 2016 and look ahead to 2017, I thought I’d share this poetic prayer from The Valley of Vision. Year’s End O LOVE BEYOND COMPARE, Thou art good when thou givest, ++when thou takest … Continue reading

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No Cross, No Christianity

The Truth of the Cross by R. C. Sproul “Orthodoxy has held for centuries that the cross is an essential of Christianity…If you take away the cross as an atoning act, you take away Christianity.” In Dr. Sproul’s little book … Continue reading

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A Godly Person is a Thankful Person

The Godly Man’s Picture Drawn with a Scripture Pencil by Thomas Watson “Praise and thanksgiving is the work of heaven and he begins that work here which he will always be doing in heaven…None but the godly can praise God … Continue reading

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Five Who Risked It All for the Gospel

Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth Elliot “For the Auca to have no love for the white man was understandable. Could Christian love wipe out the memories of past treachery and brutality? This was a challenge to Jim and Pete … Continue reading

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America: a Christian Nation, Like it or Not

One Nation Under God by Dr. David C. Gibbs “Although traders, explorers and businessmen also had a hand in the founding of America, historical revisionists cannot erase the fact that the first people who founded colonies in this land were … Continue reading

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