Confirmation from God
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Confirmation from God

When Jesus preached the gospel, He performed miracles that made what He said believable. He said, “Though you do not believe Me, believe the works” (John 10:38). Jesus claimed to be from God, then made it obvious He really was from God. Keep Reading

Throwing out the Anchor
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Throwing out the Anchor

When English explorer William Edward Parry and his crew were exploring the Arctic Ocean, they needed to go further north to continue their chartings. So they calculated their location by the stars and began a treacherous march. Keep Reading

A Warning to the Intellectually Convinced
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A Warning to the Intellectually Convinced

I will never forget a lady who came to my office, confessing that she was a prostitute and was desperate for help. I presented the claims of Christ to her and asked if she wanted to confess Christ as Lord of her life. She said yes and prayed, seemingly inviting Christ into her life. Keep Reading

Christ’s Superior Destiny
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Christ’s Superior Destiny

At the name of Jesus every knee [will] bow, of those who are in heaven, and on earth, and under the earth” (Phil. 2:10). This great promise confirms that Jesus Christ is destined to be the ruler of the universe. Keep Reading

The Lover of Righteousness
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The Lover of Righteousness

In these days it’s difficult for us as Christians to be totally supportive of our governmental leaders when we see so much of what God calls righteousness compromised or ridiculed. Keep Reading

Christ’s Superior Nature
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Christ’s Superior Nature

People today who claim that Jesus was just a man, an angel, a prophet, or some inferior god are in error and bring upon themselves the curse of God. The Bible, and especially the writer of Hebrews, are clear about who Christ is. Keep Reading

Worship of Distinction
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Worship of Distinction

Even though Jesus Christ humbled Himself and was made lower than the angels for a time, angels are still to worship Him. Since angels are to worship Him, Christ must be greater than them. Keep Reading

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