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“A Dry Morsel”

“A Dry Morsel”

The Spirit said, “Better is a dry morsel with quietness, Than a house full of feasting with strife” (Proverbs 17:1). Some Christians, as well as others, have homes filled with strife. They do not lack for any material goods, nor bickering. The husband is...
Is Your Ox in the Ditch?

Is Your Ox in the Ditch?

“The ox is in the ditch”! Therefore, duty’s demands are abruptly dismissed. No one can argue with the “law of the ox in the ditch”, can they? But where is that law? The Sabbath law is defined in Exodus 20:8-11: “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you...
A Division Among the People

A Division Among the People

John wrote, “Therefore many from the crowd, when they heard this saying, said, ‘Truly this is the Prophet.’ Others said, ‘This is the Christ.’ But some said, ‘Will the Christ come out of Galilee? Has not the Scripture said that the...
Adam’s Apple and the Three Wise Men

Adam’s Apple and the Three Wise Men

Upon first seeing this title many of you are wondering, “What do the two of these things have in common? One takes place in Genesis and the other in the Gospels!” Many of you take these two things mentioned, “Adam’s Apple” and the “Three Wise Men” as fact that you can...
Return to the Lord

Return to the Lord

Built in to the message of the prophets was the appeal to repent. These men were sent by God to expose sin and urge the guilty to repent. Often the appeal was framed as a challenge to return to the Lord (Isaiah 6:10; Jeremiah 3:1; Malachi 3:7). For instance, Joel’s...

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