1 Corinthians chapter 11:23-25 “What a lovely building,” I said, as my husband and I drove by the cute little Victorian-era church in our new neighborhood of Kingwood, Texas during

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Ironically, many a Christian has taken the parable of the judgmental Pharisee as a reason to judge the judgmental Pharisee. Also, to some who were relying on their own righteousness

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The story of Esther depicts one of the many scenarios of an ongoing controversy; a controversy that will eventually be settled in God’s time—not ours. The age-old controversy is based

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The Hebrew language is deep! Even within its letters are multi-dimensional, idiomatic and dee layers of meaning. Hebrew words, unlike English or any other language, has four levels of meaning.

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True justice can only be determined by a righteous Judge based on absolute truth. Human judges are fallible. Sometimes evidence looks credible, witnesses seem to be telling the truth, but

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God created Adam and Eve to have dominion over the Earth. In fact, the world was created to be a blessing for man with an atmosphere of healthy air and

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