Until I come, devote yourself to the public reading of Scripture, to exhortation, to teaching.

1 Timothy 4:13
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Biblical commentary on gossip and whispering is overly strong, not brushing it off as lighthearted victimless talk that everybody does. Its inclusion with a variety of wickedness in Rom. 1:28-32 is indicative of just how displeasing it is before God. Whisperers are among the worst of the worst, and if we want to stand approvedContinue reading “Whisperers”

Institutional v. Anti

This lesson is meant to explain the differences between “liberal” and “conservative” churches of Christ. The purpose is to look to the Bible as our guide and to act only within where we have been authorized when planning evangelistic efforts, actions of benevolence, works of the church, or aspects of worship. Many of the distinctionsContinue reading “Institutional v. Anti”


For what are we thankful? How often do we express such thanks, whether to God or to someone else? Ingratitude is a problem in our society today, much like it was for Israel during the Old Testament and in Jesus’ day. The story of the 10 lepers in Lk. 17:11-19 illustrates this point as JesusContinue reading “Ingratitude”

By Faith, Abraham Obeyed…

“By faith, Abraham obeyed when he was called to go out to a place that he was to receive as an inheritance, and he went out, not knowing where he was going.” –Heb. 11:8. This verse demonstrates how strong Abraham’s faith really was–he believed the promises God made to Him, so much so that heContinue reading “By Faith, Abraham Obeyed…”

The Gift of Jericho

The 2nd verse of Joshua 6 says that God told Joshua He had “given” Jericho into his hand. This major military conquest was successful because it was a “gift” from God; however, the Israelites still had to complete a number of procedures to receive their gift. This is a wonderful analogy for our salvation today–forgivenessContinue reading “The Gift of Jericho”

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