Lessons from Micaiah, the Unheralded Prophet

Hits: 10[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts page.] Introduction Just as there are several men named “James” in the New Testament, there are several Old Testament characters named “Micaiah.” Although at least eight persons (including one woman) have this name,…

On Seeds and Harvests

Hits: 3[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1 page.] A bountiful, but bitter harvest of dishonor, immorality, profanity, drug and drink addiction, and blatant secularism have become commonplace in our beautiful USA. These behavior patterns extend from the powerless poor…

Sowing and Reaping

Hits: 2[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2 page.] A bountiful, but bitter harvest of dishonor, immorality, profanity, drug and drink addiction and uncaring secularism have become commonplace in our beautiful America. They extend from the powerless and poor…

“Come Forth, My People”—No. 3

Hits: 62[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1 page.] God’s faithful people of the first century were strongly warned concerning the impending destruction of “Babylon”: Come forth, my people, out of her, that ye have no fellowship with her sins,…

The Great Final Victory

Hits: 6[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2  page.] Just as our individual struggles and triumphs over evil will not be accomplished by carnal forces or conflicts, neither will the overwhelming victory of Christ. Jesus said, “My kingdom is…

A Weighty Principle

Hits: 7[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1 page.] Paul urges, “But I would have you wise unto that which is good, and simple unto that which is evil” (Rom. 16:19b). There is a weighty principle of truth in…

Living the Life of Dogs (Warnings About Dogs)—Philippians 3:1-2

Hits: 17[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts  page.] Introduction When compared to the Corinthian epistles or to the respective letters to the Galatians, Timothy, or Titus, the letter to the Philippians is written in mild terms. The reason for this…

Worldliness

Hits: 7[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2  page.] The word worldliness does not appear in the standard versions of the Bible, but the trait is referred to often. Worldliness is the condition of being worldly. The “world” God’s…

Who Will Win?

Hits: 13[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 2  page.] To the entire ungodly world, it appears that Truth and goodness are weak. Most certainly, error and evil have the vast majority of men and the preponderance of wealth and…