God’s Covenant People






Contract or Covenant These two words seem very similar , and can be used in similar context. When I started my business with a business partner, we signed a contract between each other. We have an agreement that we both will execute our side of the obligations. Marriage Commitment When I married my wife we […]




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The Living Stone






The Foundation. My dad worked in construction, and I remember the time that we built a house from the ground up. There was nothing to the house when we began except a slab of concrete. This slab of concrete did not look like much, but it was what we needed to start to build the […]




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Living as a Christian






Learning a new way I remember when my brother and I first started to observe the Sabbath. Saturdays were days where we would spend time playing and jumping and running around, watching cartoons eating cereal and having the most enjoyable fun ever imaginable to a little child. That fun filled day all changed when we […]




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The Temptation






Bullies Unfortunately, at one people in your life you might have experienced bullying. You might have even been the bullie yourself. The thing about bullies is that they pick on the unpopular kids or the kids that stand out. It is not fair, but it is the modus operandi of bullies. In the Spiritual sense, […]




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The Contrast in the Wilderness






Unfair advantage. At one time in your life, you have heard the story of the tortoise and the hare. The story has a moral “Slow and steady wins the race”. The tortoise is, of course, no match for the rabbit but the turtle ends up winning the race. The hare decided to take a nap […]




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John the Baptist and “Present Truth”






Special Days If you have a significant other, you will understand what I am about to say. Remember the special days in your relationships. Many arguments have come and gone because one person forgot the special day. You might not remember the particular day, or you might not make it unique enough. Not making a […]




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Lesson Summary – Son of David






Further Thought: Look at this quote from Ellen G. White: “It is thus that every sinner may come to Christ. ‘Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us.’ Titus 3:5. When Satan tells you that you are a sinner, and cannot hope to receive blessing from […]




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The Birth of David’s Divine Son






Received and Rejected. In the bible we can see,that there were some people who accepted God and there were some people who rejected Him. Look at Pharaoh, for example, the Bible tells us that God hardened pharaohs heart. When we make a conscious decision to reject God the natural result is a hardened heart. There […]




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While we were Yet Sinners,






The journey of grace. I remember when my conscience was deeply convicted that I had to give me life over to the Lord, I was only about eighteen years old. When I did that my life did not magically change, I still had the desires that had the day before. What did change me, was […]




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Jesus’ Early Family Tree






The black sheep of the family The term black sheep is an idiom used to describe someone who does not fit into a typical family setting. We all have them in our families, and I am sure you are thinking of that person in your mind now. For whatever reason the black sheep has done […]




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