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  One of the criticisms that some Protestants raise against Catholics from time to time is that the Vatican doesn’t emphasize Bible reading. Such critics may have been startled when this week, Pope Benedict XVI urged 20,000 people filling St. […]

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Why was it such a big deal? Because deep within all of us, there’s a longing for Jesus to return — to take His people home.  That’s why this classic prayer “Come, Thou Long-Awaited Jesus!” — written 300 years ago by […]

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Should you wish to make a pilgrimage to Aenon near to Salim, the spot on the Jordan River where John 3:23 tells us that Jesus was baptized by His cousin, John the Baptist, you will be pleased to know that […]

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 The Chinese government may have picked the wrong target as they scramble to prevent the Middle East’s “Jasmine Revolution” from spreading to China. According to reports, they are going after China’s millions of Christians. Since most Chinese Christians worship in underground congregations, […]

“We have lost many of our freedoms in America because we have been asleep,” says Mrs. Shirley Dobson, chairman of the National Day of Prayer 2011. “I feel if we do not become involved and support the annual National Day […]

So, you don’t plan on traveling to any big rallies for the National Day of Prayer. Nor do you intend to take the day off from work. So, how can you observe this special day? Well, there’s always the Apostle […]

David Wilkerson, 79, author of the bestseller The Cross and the Switchblade, founder of Teen Challenge rehabilitation outreaches worldwide, and longtime pastor of the 8,000-member Times Square Church in New York City, was killed Wednesday in a car crash. His […]

When Prince William and commoner Kate Middleton walk down the aisle at Westminster Abbey on Friday, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the Church of England, will be waiting for them at the altar. A few days […]

Peter walked on water. Peter and John healed the lame man in the Temple. Peter and Paul raised the dead. They and the other disciples went out and duplicated the powers of our Lord with healings and mighty signs and […]

Recent surveys have found that three out of ten prospective employees admit to having stolen from their previous employer! 22 percent of workers feel that stealing from their company is “sometimes justified.” 33 percent of employees surveyed confessed to falsely […]

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