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August, 2018

  • 21 August

    Should We Observe the Sabbath?

    There have been many arguments among believers as to whether we are to observe the commandments of the Old Testament including whether we should observe the weekly (and other) Sabbaths. Well, according to the scriptures we aren’t the only ones who have disputed these topics. The elders and apostles did …

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  • 21 August

    How One Man’s Death Saved Many

    As I studied John 11, I was humbled by verses 49-50 where Caiaphas was prophesied and proclaimed to the people how it was better that Jesus die rather than everyone perish: “… Then one of them, named Caiaphas, who was high priest that year, spoke up, “You know nothing at all! You do not realize …

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  • 21 August

    How to Manage Your Work Bonuses Properly

    Some companies offer quarterly or annual bonuses. Though its rewarding to receive a bonus, it’s also important to create your budget without using your bonus as part of your annual budget. To help you handle bonuses correctly, follow these simple guidelines: Don’t do anything until you actually get your bonus …

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  • 21 August

    Jealousy Is a Hidden Danger—Here’s Why

    In the book of Proverbs, there’s a verse in chapter 27 where jealousy is contrasted against wrath and anger, and it’s a real eye-opener that I want to highlight here. Here’s the verse: Wrath is cruel and anger a torrent, But who is able to stand before jealousy? Proverbs 27:4 (NKJV) The words describing …

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  • 21 August

    Ways to Teach Kids to Spend Money and Avoid Consumerism

    Since advertising first seeks to create a need, and then to fill it, we need to teach our children how to spend money to avoid consumerism. Here are some ways to help you do just that. 1. Give them exposure to poverty. Show and teach them about poverty whether it’s …

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  • 21 August

    Why Did God Give Adam and Eve a choice in the First Place?

    As a Christian, I’ve grown up hearing about the necessity of spiritual growth and going through the process, but there’s been times that I’ve wished God worked a bit more ‘magical’ than this. If we’re all honest with ourselves, we all want to either avoid the process, or want God …

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  • 21 August

    How to Be Selfless in Your Suffering

    The suffering of this present time cannot be compared to the glory that will be revealed in us. Many of us have read this scripture and gave a spiritual nod of agreement yet fail to apply its principle when faced with tribulation. The carnal or fleshly mind struggles to foresee …

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April, 2018

  • 9 April

    The Importance of Being a Good Steward of Our God-Given Gifts

    Obtain mastery over what you have instead of obsessing over what you lack. Often our ability can’t maintain the responsibility of the desires our hearts contain. Matthew chapter 25:14-30 teaches us a valuable lesson about being good stewards over what the Lord has entrusted us with. In the parable, there …

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March, 2018

  • 26 March

    Battle Rap: KOTD – Cortez vs A. Ward | #GvG2  

    This battle was intense. A. Ward is a consistent killer. I give the first round to Cortez, and he had serious bars throughout. Obviously A. Ward is our favorite but Cortez came with some fire. I have to admit, I catch battles here and there, but Christians are the only …

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  • 25 March

    10 Job Interview Mistakes You Should Avoid

    When you’re looking for a job, employers and hiring managers are looking for someone they think will be a great fit for the position and the company. According to a CareerBuilder survey, nearly half of employers know in the first five minutes of the interview if a candidate will be …

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