Does the Bible Address Atheism?

Hope Bolinger | Crosswalk.com Contributing Writer | Aug 07, 2020 It seems that most people we encounter, who do not believe in Christ, do not believe in a God at all. Whether they are open to hearing more or exist more in the closed atheism sphere (not open to receiving the word of the Gospel), we may turn to Scripture to see examples of how people dialogued with those who do ...

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To Serve God Well, We Must Look at Our Past, Present, and Future

To Serve God Well, We Must Look at Our Past, Present, and Future

Yael Eckstein | International Fellowship of Christians and Jews President | Monday, August 3, 2020 During the inauguration of the kohanim, or priests, Aaron and his sons were commanded to sacrifice a ram and place its blood on their ear, thumb, and toe (Exodus 29:20). What is the meaning of this unusual ritual? Jewish tradition explains that the ear symbolizes everything that we have heard in the past. The thumb represents everything we are doing ...

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Abdu Murray on Seeing Jesus from the East

Abdu Murray on Seeing Jesus from the East

John Stonestreet & David Carlson | BreakPoint | Thursday, July 23, 2020 The outstanding new book by Abdu Murray and the late apologist Ravi Zacharias, entitled Seeing Jesus from the East: A Fresh Look at History’s Most Influential Figure, unlocks the Eastern backdrop of the Scriptures, and especially Jesus. After all, Jesus entered human history as a First-Century Middle Eastern Jew. And that’s no accident, according to the Scriptures. From Genesis to Revelation, God reveals Himself as ...

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5 Things God’s Voice Will Never Say to You

5 Things God’s Voice Will Never Say to You

1. God’s voice will never deny Jesus Christ. “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.” (John 3:16) As sure as we are that Jesus Christ is fully God and fully man, that He is God’s Son, and that salvation comes only through belief in Him, many others are convinced otherwise. There are voices in the ...

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10 Things You Didn't Know about Billy Graham

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Billy Graham

Rhonda Stoppe |Speaker and Author | 12 July 2020 1. He Learned Responsibility at a Young Age Billy Frank (his name as a boy) was raised on a dairy farm near Charlotte, North Carolina. He was the oldest of three children, so many of the farming chores landed on his shoulders. Seven days a week, morning and evening, it was Billy’s job to milk the cows, which meant waking at 2:30 each ...

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5 Habits That Help You Feel God’s Presence

5 Habits That Help You Feel God’s Presence

Deborah Nayrocker | M.Ed.Crosswalk.com |6th July, 2020 1. Seek to Obey God and Reject Sin God made us to love Him. He created us to have fellowship with Him. But since the time of Adam and Eve people chose to sin against their Creator. We are born with a sin nature and we all come short of God’s standard of perfection. We have not been perfect in thoughts, words, and deeds. We’ve done ...

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Two Men from Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar, Trump, and the Lord of History

Two Men from Babylon: Nebuchadnezzar, Trump, and the Lord of History

Wallace Henley | Author | Friday, June 26, 2020 Before the Golden Age of Greece, and long before the Roman Empire, there was Babylon. Long after Greece and Rome, there is still Babylon. The founder of what would ultimately be literal Babylon was Nimrod, a man described in Genesis 10:8-9 as “a mighty hunter before the Lord.” In his commentary on Genesis, Matthew Henry described Nimrod like this: Nimrod was resolved to lord it over his neighbours. The spirit ...

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Why Do Catholics Use the Sign of the Cross?

Cally Logan | Author, www.crosswalk.com  | Monday, June 22, 2020 The sign of the cross has been used by Catholics for thousands of years. It’s roots in the early church have been handed down through the generations to signal an intent in blessing and receiving through prayer. Though simple in action, the sign of the cross holds great significance in meaning and heart for Catholics today, just as it did in the early church. The sign ...

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Does Worship Singing Spread Coronavirus?

Chris Bolinger |Crosswalk.com | 2020 11 Jun For most Christians, communal singing—or singing with others in the congregation—is an important part of a worship service. Recognizing this, many churches have tried to include hymns or worship songs in their online services. As these churches transition back to in-person services, however, they are reluctant to include congregational singing in those services. The reason is simple: congregational singing spreads coronavirus. Or does it? And, if so, how much? March: Outbreaks in ...

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7 Ways God Uses Waiting to Prepare You

7 Ways God Uses Waiting to Prepare You

Cortni Marrazzo | Crosswalk.com Contributing Writer | 5th June 2020 1. Renewal “And no one puts new wine into old wineskins. For the old skins would burst from the pressure, spilling the wine and ruining the skins. New wine is stored in new wineskins so that both are preserved.”– Matthew 9:17 When you embark into new seasons in your life, it’s not just the circumstances that God wants to make new, but more importantly ...

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