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  • Having Your "Rights"

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Mar 2, 2009
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    HAVING YOUR "RIGHTS" Dr. Ironside tells a story from his childhood we should all remember: "Many years ago as a little fellow I attended a meeting in Toronto where some difficulty had come up between brethren and they did as the apostle suggests. My dear mother took me along . . . and I well ...read more

  • Why Stick With Milk?

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Feb 10, 2009
     | 742 views

    WHY STICK WITH MILK? Why would someone continue with a staple diet of milk only? Simple. Milk is easily and quickly swallowed. Meat, on the other hand, is much more substantial. It needs to be chewed, savored and broken down before it can be swallowed. Usually, we have to wait for it to cook. ...read more

  • To Use An Analogy, Salvation Only Opens The Door ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Feb 3, 2009
     | 685 views

    To use an analogy, salvation only opens the door to God's University of True Wisdom. It remains up to each of us to choose to attend His classes, study His teachings, follow His mentors, and pass His exams by fully and correctly applying what we have learned. This is what it means to 'have the mind ...read more

  • The Mystery

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Feb 3, 2009
     | 828 views

    THE MYSTERY A mystery, by definition (and certainly in Biblical usage) is something which is not easily understood, but that will eventually be revealed to those who search and wait. Think about it. How interesting do you think it would be if Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote his Sherlock Holmes ...read more

  • The Visit

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Dec 9, 2008
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     | 735 views

    THE VISIT As Dr. Charles B. Hardwick points out (in his sermon “The Promise”, 2nd Presbyterian Church, 12/24/07): "On that Silent Night, God kept His promise: the God of the universe became flesh and blood and moved into the neighborhood – moved into a stable, moved into a feeding trough.. . ...read more

  • H.a. Ironside Wrote: "Have You Noticed That A ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Nov 26, 2008
     | 358 views

    H.A. Ironside wrote: “Have you noticed that a man’s use of his money is often the acid test of his character? . . . If you are afraid that perhaps the love of money is getting a grip upon you just try giving away some of it, and if you feel more cheerful and happy than before, then love of money ...read more

  • Timothy J. Keller, Pastor Of Redeemer ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Nov 3, 2008
     | 763 views

    Timothy J. Keller, Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in NYC, remarks: "...when Jesus weeps, we see that he doesn't believe that the ministry of truth (telling people how they should believe and turn to God) or the ministry of fixing things is enough, does he? He also is a proponent of the ...read more

  • Belief In The Resurrection  PRO

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Nov 3, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,535 views

    J. Vernon McGee once pointed out: "Martha believed in a resurrection. But listen, it makes less demand upon faith to believe that in a future day we shall receive glorified bodies than it does to rest now on the assuracne that they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength. It is ...read more

  • Ingrid Trobisch, Reflecting On The Death Of Her ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Nov 3, 2008
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    Ingrid Trobisch, reflecting on the death of her husband, Walter – a godly man whose writings have ministers to millions – wrote in an article for Partnership magazine (Sept-Oct. 1985): "It took me many years to learn that no man on this earth can satisfy the deepest longings of a woman's heart. ...read more

  • John Dawson, In His Book Healing America's ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Sep 15, 2008
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    John Dawson, in his book Healing America’s Wounds, asserts: “The wounds inflicted by men and women on each other constitute the fundamental fault line running beneath all other human conflict . . . It is the ...read more

  • According To Another Report Just This Friday ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Sep 15, 2008
     | 239 views

    According to another report just this Friday (9/12/08), “Those who wish to be married in California and be called ’bride and groom’ will have to wed in another state. The problem surfaced when a couple who married in the state crossed out ’Party A’ and ’Party B’ on the marriage license and ...read more

  • God's ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Aug 4, 2008
     | 549 views

    GOD’S GARDEN Things that compete with peace are like the weeds competing with your flowers to dominate the space, nutrients, sunlight, water and character of your garden or lawn. Weeds so easily spread, multiply and thrive because they are at their best when they are most shallow. You see, ...read more

  • Sooner Or Later, It Seems That At Least Once In ...  PRO

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Jun 9, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 957 views

    Sooner or later, it seems that at least once in their life with God, every Christian gets infected with the virus of "false maturity." It's a weird virus in that it's symptoms are often easily seen and felt by others, but invisible and unfelt by the infected one! Once infected, the poor soul ...read more

  • Not Long Ago The Epic Poem "Beowulf" Was Made ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Apr 10, 2008
     | 340 views

    Not long ago the epic poem “Beowulf” was made into the first all-CGI movie. Hollywood succeeded where our schools have often failed in etching this tragic tale and it’s monster Grendel in the minds of a new generation. I mention this because I want us to understand that each of us also have our ...read more

  • Not Long Ago The Epic Poem "Beowulf" Was Made ...

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Apr 10, 2008
     | 454 views

    Not long ago the epic poem “Beowulf” was made into the first all-CGI movie. Hollywood succeeded where our schools have often failed in etching this tragic tale and it’s monster Grendel in the minds of a new generation. I mention this because I want us to understand that each of us also have our ...read more