A Look Back, A Look Forward – Part 1

We're now into the 2023 chapter of our existence here on earth, so it seems appropriate to take a look back and a look forward. That is a common thing around the beginning of a new year, but today and tomorrow we'll do so from a Hebraic, Biblical perspective. Let's get into God's Word a …

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Changing Seasons in Israel: Entering a New Season

Welcome back, friends! As summer gives way to fall, we are considering Israel's changing seasons. We began yesterday considering Israel as God's Ordained Timepiece. Today, we'll touch on another timepiece very specific to Israel, but very instructional to us as believers: the seven major feasts of Israel. The feasts are describe in Leviticus 23 and …

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The Problem with “God Told Me”

We've all heard...and perhaps some of us have used it to convince ourselves or others that we are following God's will. "God told me..." However, it is a dangerous utterance if not substantiated by God's Word. Let's take a lesson from the apostle Peter as he appropriately defended his actions with supporting evidence: "Now the …

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Is There Biblical Basis for Memorial Day?

Today America celebrates its victories and those who fought for them, honors all who have served, and remembers those who sacrificed their lives.  Most Americans view Memorial Day as one of the most significant American remembrances, and I agree. But, does Memorial Day have Biblical basis or significance?  I believe it does.  The Bible is …

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