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The Crown, the Orb, and the Sceptre

At the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, Sept 19, there was considerable focus on the Imperial State crown, the orb, and the sceptre as symbols of her rulership. Message will focus on these symbols in the Bible with a view toward crowns and coronation at the fulfillment of the...

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Pigeons and the Plan of God

What do pigeons have to do with the plan of God? There’s much more to a pigeon than you may have ever realized. Let’s draw out some comparisons that we can apply to ourselves as we observe the annual Holy Days.

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Fall Feasts and Completion

Today I want to rehearse some of the ‘big picture’ lessons we learn from God’s feasts—and particularly the fall festivals we’re about to observe. Mr. Franks gave an overview in his member letter this week. But I want to add another dimension...

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What God Has Prepared

Why should a person want to be in God's family and live forever? Will we get bored? What will it be like to be an eternal member of God's family? What has God prepared for those who love Him?

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The God Who Sees

While trials and test can be difficult what happens to us is something beautiful. God being the master potter.

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What Would Building the Temple Mean to You?

“What would building the Holy Temple mean to you?” This question was recently asked of a variety of people walking along the streets of Israel, bringing to light an ambitious project being planned. How might we associate this project with end-time events, and what should we do with...

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Embrace the Struggle

Life is not always easy. Things that are worthwhile, such as being the God's family, require a lot of effort. Embrace that struggle.

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Well Done Good and Faithful Servant

What can we learn from this high praise we want to hear from God that can help us be there to receive it? What should we do now to be the good and faithful servants God wants?

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Be of Good Courage

As He was about to be killed Jesus told the disciples to ‘be of good cheer’. What, exactly, does that mean and how could He ask that of them at such a troubling time? How can He ask that of US in turbulent times? What is required and...

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Judge Righteous Judgment

Have you ever been misjudged--and had your reputation damaged? How can you regain it? A classic example of misjudgment can be found in Israel's history. It was a costly mistake. But we can learn valuable lessons about godly relationships from it.

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