Worship – Is it for me or for God?

Recently I was told about a person who visited a certain congregation.  She only visited one time and never returned.  About a month later, one of the church members saw the visitor and invited her to come back to services again.  The visitor’s response was “the worship service was just not what I was looking...Continue reading

The Seed of Woman

A curious expression occurs in Genesis 3:15 that might easily escape the notice of the inattentive reader.1 The verse reads: “And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed; He shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise His heel.” This prediction is uttered in context by...Continue reading

Closing the Coffin Lid

The coroner closed the door, and another death was recorded. Years earlier a diagnosis had been made and treatment was started. For months doctors tried to get the patient turned around and moving in the right direction. Lab work and scans were ordered, but often the results were ignored or overlooked. A specialist was brought...Continue reading

Back to the Bible

As one looks at the religious landscape, it can be confusing.  One may ask, how did religion get in this position?  There are over 33,000 different churches within the United States today.  All teach different doctrines and worship God in different ways.  Just looking at it all makes one’s head spin.  However, this was not...Continue reading

Emotional Religion

[NOTE: The following was written by A.P. board member Frank Chesser.] Sin moved from the mind of Satan to the heart of Eve, destroyed her purity and innocence, soiled her soul with consequences for life, and broke the heart of God.  Sin is the soothing sound of religious error that blinds the mind and calms...Continue reading

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