Tag: Christian living

How to Respond to People

How should we respond to people? What should we say? Should we say anything? Consider how Jesus responded. • Jesus often cited the Scriptures when someone asked Him a question or criticized Him (Matt. 12:1-7; 15:1-9; 19:3-5; 22:23-40). • Sometimes He answered a question with a question (Matt. 21:24-25; Luke 10:26). • At times He…

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‘Steadfast, Immovable, Always Abounding’ Theme of 40th Annual TBC Lectures

The Apostle Paul encouraged Christians to be “steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord” (I Cor. 15:58). Tennessee Bible College is doing likewise during its 40th annual Spiritual Renewal Lectures to be held Feb. 22-24. “The Lord’s work is not a work of quitters,” TBC President David Hill said. “We’re called to be…

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The Shadow of Sin

As a child I use to love to watch my shadow. The size of the shadow amazed me. It was enjoyable to see how large I could make the silhouette without actually losing it. At other times I would notice that the size had diminished to the point that it looked smaller than my tiny…

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The Devil at Work

There are temptations in many occupations today. Married men and women sometimes spend more time talking to someone of the opposite sex than they do their own spouse. The devil is hard at work in these situations, leaving the impression in the mind of a disgruntled husband, “That lady at work is really nice to…

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Working with Young People

When one examines the current trends among our youth and reads the latest newspaper, it is easy to see that our nation is in perilous times. Our nation adopted a policy in the 1960s to throw money at the social problems being faced by the poor. This philosophy spilled over into programs which affect our…

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Be Not Weary In Well-Doing

But ye, brethren, be not weary in well doing” (II Thessalonians 3:13). As a Christian, I know that I want to do the very best to be the most faithful Child of God that I can be. I strive to put God first every day, and I plan to continue to teach my children to…

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