Women’s Role in the Church

Women’s Role in the Church

(Matthew 7:15) ” Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” Common sense tells us that if we could eliminate “false” teaching, unity would become a reality. Most people would agree with that, but the rest of this article will “ruffle some feathers”—might even make some …

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The Greatest Name

The Greatest Name

In the 17th chapter of John, Jesus prayed for unity. First, he prayed for the apostles (verses 9-10). Through the guidance of The Holy Spirit, the apostles answered that prayer in a positive way—they taught the same things, and people believed the same things. As a result the converts were added to the kingdom/church that …

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Why Not?

Why Not?

I have stated many times, when God’s people were led astray, it was because the leadership failed to teach the truth—not the fault of the ordinary members. Let’s start with the ordinary member. We know from reading the scriptures that God, His Son, and The Holy Spirit have perfect unity. You say you want to …

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A Father/Son Talk

A Father/Son Talk

It was a nice family. Father and mother were fairly well-educated and they worked hard to make sure their children had all the things that they needed. The children were well adjusted; they loved each other and their parents. They were part of a family that anyone would admire. Then one day the boy, we’ll …

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Should We Ignore Them?

Should We Ignore Them?

I’ve been asked many times. “Why are you so hard on false teachers?” “Why don’t you just ignore them?” “After all, what harm do they do?” “As also in all his epistles, speaking in them of these things; in which are some things hard to be understood, which they that are unlearned and unstable wrest, …

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Needle in a Haystack

Needle in a Haystack

My great-grandfather might have said. “Why that’s like looking for a needle in a haystack.” He would have meant—you have given him an impossible task. Two hundred years ago that might have been true, but with today’s technology, radar, and metal detectors we could find that needle. The same is true about the Bible. Years …

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One Blood

One Blood

If my memory serves me correctly, I believe it was in 1958 that I was hospitalized in a military hospital—Castle Air Force Base Merced, California. The problem was ‘loss of blood’ (service connected) so they took good care of me. I can’t remember how many days or how much blood they gave me. I do …

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