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The Healing Faith of Blind Bartimaeus – Mark 10:46-52

    Healing Faith of Blind Bartimaeus

    Mark 10:46-52 tells us about the healing faith of a blind man, named Bartimaeus.  My last post demonstrated the need to be specific when you pray, based on a parallel passage in Matthew 20:30-34.  Matthew spoke of two blind men who cried out for mercy, and Jesus asking them what they wanted before He healed […]

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    Be Specific When You Pray

      Pray Specifically

      Be Specific in Prayer Mt 20:30-34 If you want your prayers answered, you must be specific in your request.  Be clear about what you are asking for.  The need to be precise in your prayer requests is clearly illustrated in the story of the two blind men in Matthew 20:30-34. And as they departed from Jericho, […]

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      Are you “Fat and Flourishing?” – Psalm 92:12-15

        Are you Fat and Flourishing? Psalm 92:14

        Is your spiritual life “fat and flourishing,” and bearing abundant fruit for God?

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        Got Faith?

          Are you living for God?

          How would you feel: If people doubted that what you said was true? If people did not trust you to help them? If people gave the credit for your achievements to others, or to luck? If your children were embarrassed to let people know you were their mother or father?   Do you ever: Doubt […]

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          Why Good Things Happen to Bad People

            Why Good Things Happen

            One of the age-old questions people often ask is, “Why would a loving God allow bad things happen to good people?”  Job was immortalized in the Bible as one of the most righteous people who ever lived, yet God permitted him to suffer tremendous adversity.  David was a man after God’s own heart and had […]

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            The Garden Tomb – Christ’s Grave?

              The Empty Tomb

              The Empty Tomb Have you ever wondered where Christ’s empty tomb is? Have you ever wished you go visit the grave where they buried our crucified savior? Would you like to see the empty tomb from which He rose? The Garden Tomb in Jerusalem Visiting the Garden Tomb was one of the most meaningful and […]

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              Are You a Syncretist?

                Religious Syncretism

                Are You a Syncretist? Syncretism is the merging of different beliefs or practices into something new (see: Vocabulary.com, Dictionary.com, and/or merriam-webster.com) Religious Syncretism combines differing religious beliefs, philosophies, or practices into a new tradition (see: Wikipedia and/or Britannica.com) A Syncretist is someone who attempts or practices syncretism (Wiktionary or yourdictionary.com) Old Testament Examples The first […]

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                Radiocarbon in Dinosaur Fossils Proves they are Young

                  Radiocarbon in Dinosaur Fossils

                  Carbon-14 Dating of Dinosaur Fossils Buries Evolution Did you know that Carbon-14 has been found in dinosaur fossils? This is an extraordinary discovery because Carbon-14 has a half-life of only 5,730 years.  As a result, any Carbon-14 in a sample should decay to undetectable levels well under 100,000 years.  This means that any fossil containing […]

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                  Noah’s Sons – Was Shem the Oldest?

                    Was Shem Noah's Oldest Son?

                    What was the birth order of Noah’s three sons? Perhaps you are like me. For years I assumed that Shem was Noah’s oldest son because he is listed first in Genesis 5:32; 6:10; 7:13 and 1 Chronicles 1:4. There are reasons, however, to believe that Shem may not have been Noah’s first son. While many […]

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                    Introduction to Israel – The Desert Shall Bloom

                      Israel

                      David wrote Psalm 63 while in the wilderness of southern Judah; now known as the Negev.  In Ps. 63:1, David compared his longing for God to the thirst for water in this dry and thirsty land, which is where our tour of Israel began. Our tour progressed roughly chronologically through Bible history, beginning with Abraham […]

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