What advantage has the Jew?  Romans 3:1 While there is no solid evidence in Scripture that Luke was a Jew or Gentile, some scholars have asserted that Luke was a

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Imagine yourself in a packed theatre. The red carpet and velvet chairs, the ornate molding and banisters, brass balconies, baroque candelabras, and opulent décor. The orchestra is warming up and

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Isaiah 46:9 L’Shana Tova! It’s hard to believe the New Jewish Year and the fall season is already upon us. It seems to be coming much faster these days, don’t

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Psalm 127:3  What My Children Taught Me God places people in our lives to instruct us, correct us and to edify us. We learn, we improve, we advance.  The children

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Deuteronomy 31:24-26 (CJB) I often get asked of my opinion concerning non-canonized historical books and testimonial accounts. Can we rely on them? The official Bible was originally given to Moses,

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If You Lack Wisdom… James 1:5 © Dr. Victoria Sarvadi And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and

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Recently, I had the opportunity to participate with several members of our Nathaniel Fellowship in an evening worship service at a homeless shelter in the DFW metroplex. After sharing my

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Speak to the Israelites and say to them: These are my appointed times, the Lord’s appointed times, which you will declare to be holy occasions. CEB   These feasts are not so

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Every January I dump out three or four tins of stale and broken left-over Christmas cookies, several partially eaten pecan and pumpkin pies, and at least a half-gallon of expired

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Losing a child is a horrific heartbreak, no matter how old they are. At times one finds difficulty in doing the most mundane tasks. It’s like a paralysis comes upon

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