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

Hits: 19[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…

Alleged Contradictions and Problems in Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy

Hits: 40[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts  page.] Introduction Even inspired men have acknowledged that some passages of Scripture are “hard to be understood” (2 Pet. 3:16).1 Peter warned in this same verse that “the ignorant and unstedfast wrest” such…

“Prophesy Ye Not…”—Micah 1:6

Hits: 67[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Manuscripts page.] Introduction             The first verse of Micah’s book is ripe with several important details. The name Micah means “Who is like Jehovah?” and is an abbreviated form of Michaiah, the name of…

When the Heart Is Missing

Hits: 29[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Longer Articles  page.] When we study the sad history of the cyclical apostasies of the descendants of Jacob, it is difficult not to be harshly critical of their folly. God never did before or…

Small Things that Can Become Great—Lavonne James McClish

Hits: 20[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Longer Articles  page.] Introduction Women are often given to feeling that we are inferior, that we are not important, that since we cannot lead in worship or work of the church, we are insignificant….

Finances in the Home—Lavonne James McClish

Hits: 24[Note:  This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1  page.] We are here getting into a delicate and touchy subject: how to handle money. This is a highly individual matter, and there is no set of rules that applies to…

Losing All Things to Gain Christ—Philippians 3:1–11

Hits: 89[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…

Marriages—Simple Reasons Why They Fail

Hits: 45[Note: This MS is available in larger font on our Brief Articles 1 page.] We are being bombarded with propaganda that would have us believe that marriage and the husband-wife relationship have failed the tests of time and experience. True, divorce is rampant, but…