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Blessed Fruit from the Reformation

On October 31, 1517, 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Thesis to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, setting motion what we call the Protestant Reformation. The Reformation Era moved us back to the truth given to us by the Apostles. The return to the Scriptures opened the treasure chest of biblical truth reflected in the Five Solas of the Reforma...

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The Reformation

The Protestant Reformation, one the most significant events in history, is often overlooked. However, this year we will take the month of October to celebrate the 500-year anniversary of this magnificent event. Why is it so important to understand what took place during this time? It was during the Reformation that the Bible was rediscovered. From the 13th-15th century, th...

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Don't Blame Me

Since the beginning of mankind, the blame shifting syndrome of passing the responsibility for our actions to another person has existed. In Genesis 3:12, we have the first incident of blame shifting when God confronts Adam on his sin of eating from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Adam then shifts the blame toward God and his wife, Eve. This type of behavior has pla...

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Is Tithing for Today?

For those of us that have grown up in the church, there are a few words we have become accustomed to hearing such as worship, prayer, preaching, communion, and tithing. In many churches, the word tithe has been the benchmark as it relates to giving to God. Is this the biblical standard for giving for believers in the New Testament (NT) church? The word tithe or tithing l...

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