Brains and Hearts to Choose Life

James Cagney (center) as Tom Powers, Beryl Mercer (right) as Ma Powers, and Edward Woods (left) at Matt Doyle. From The Public Enemy, © 1931 Warner Bros. Ent. (via IMDB).

God gives us a choice between life and death. Seems simple, but is it really?

Deuteronomy 30:15-20; Proverbs 14:12, 16:26; Ezekiel 33:10-11; 1 Corinthians 7:12-20

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The Summer of 68′ – Current Events Simplified – YouTube

What is going on with all the upheaval in America and the world? Have we been here before? Yes – and no. Let’s consider some lessons from our recent past so we can build a better future.

Picture of the Week 09/12/17

What keeps people away from God? Is it fear? Apathy? Anger? Or is it that God’s people have more important things to do than be His hands and feet?


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Picture of the Week 05/12/17

Did you ever notice how many things mentioned in the Tanakh (Old Testament) have an echo somewhere in the Apostolic Writings (New Testament)?


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Picture of the Week 04/04/17

The best kind of humor is that which does not require a value judgment.


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