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Ahaz's altar (June 2) staff 5/31/2012
What is the significance of Ahaz having a new altar built for the Temple? (See 2 Kings 16.)
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Ahaz would have thought that doing as the surrounding nations esp Assyria would gain him favour of the gods of the nations who were prospering at the time with relative peace. Now the use of heathen monuments is a curse also of our age as we are called by our Heavenly Father to rid ourselves of asherah and its related falsehoods. In this gathering period we do well to refuse any appearance of evil and rely only on our Lord Jesus Christ.
-- By: Dumisani Ngulube



Book of Hosea (May 12) Staff 5/10/2012
Ever studied the OT book of Hosea? It’s sure to bring up some questions. Talk about it here.
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Wow, reading this has tohceud my heart! What a blessing! I, too, say Amen & Amen ! Thank you, Teddi, for sharing this. Thank you, Lord, for all your blessings!
-- By: Serenity



Genesis 6 Did God put a limit on age? 4/23/2012
I was reading in my Bible yesterday in Genesis 6. I noticed in verse 3 that it seems to say that God limited a man's life to no more than 120 years. Is this correct? I never have seen this before.
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Today's Puritan Quote (I get these via email) may have come to my email box by mistake: Remember that it is not hasty redinag—but serious meditation on holy and heavenly truths, which makes them prove sweet and profitable to the soul. It is not the mere touching of the flower by the bee which gathers honey—but her abiding for a time on the flower which draws out the sweet.
-- By: Suria



God vs. king (Oct 29) staff 10/27/2011
Why did God allow Israel to have a king when He was the real ruler?
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He wanted the Israelites to have someone they could see to lead them in the way of the Lord. But that plan ended up getting derailed!
-- By: Giana D.



Unusual Parable n/a 5/10/2011
Here is a parable Jesus told that I rarely hear discussed: The Parable of the Shrewd Manager in Luke 16:1-8. What do you think it means? It sounds like the steward is being praised for his dishonesty.
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It is important to also look at verses 9-18 to see what Jesus had to say there. Regarding the master/rich man in the parable who commends the dishonest manager/steward (verse 8), we should take note that Jesus calls the manager/steward "unjust," "dishonest," depending on your translation. This isn't Jesus commending dishonesty. That would be going against what the rest of the Bible says about God's character.
-- By: Tom



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