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Who May Partake of the Memorial?

“The Lord’s Supper is not for the world, not for merely nominal believers, but only for those who, (1) accepting of Christ as their Redeemer and Sin-bearer, are, (2) consecrated to him and his service. But it is not for us—nor for any man or set of men—to decide who may and who may Read more…

Unto Us a Child Is Born – The Story of Jesus’ Birth

For unto us a child is born; unto us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder.—Isaiah 9:6

One day, in the tiny village of Bethlehem, not far from the old site of the Garden of Eden, a descendant of mother Eve, a young woman named Mary, bears her firstborn son. Read more…

Did Jesus Have a Beginning? Was He Created?

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Christ: His Origins

The Image of the Invisible God

For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to Read more…

All About the Jewish Passover and Partaking of the Lord’s Memorial

Read all about the Jewish Passover and Partaking of the Lord’s Memorial by clicking on this electronic book here:

The Table of contents is below:

Introduction – The Jewish Day – Timing of the Passover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 A suggestion – Re: Read more…

When Jesus became God – Historical Development of Trinity

The apostles who walked with Jesus during his ministry, and led the Church in the first decades of the Christian era, knew Jesus as Messiah, the anointed of God. He was “the Christ, the Son of the living God” (Matthew 16:16). He had existed from the beginning of God’s creation. Later he was “made flesh,” Read more…

Where is the real Christmas?

Jesus was not born on December 25, yet at this time we can’t help thinking about him, his birth, his life and his mission. On Dec 26, the radio program Christian Questions broadcast a beautiful devotional and musical journey with scripture readings and discussion, all surrounding the birth and mission of Jesus, our Savior.

Where Read more…



pneuma ^4151^ primarily denotes “the wind” (akin to pneo, “to breathe, blow”); also “breath”; then, especially “the spirit,” which, like the wind, is invisible, immaterial and powerful. (from Vine’s Expository Dictionary of Biblical Words) (Copyright (C) 1985, Thomas Nelson Publishers)


Col 1:16: For by Him all Read more…

Did Jesus Die on a Cross or a Torture Stake?

On Nov 5, former JWs will talk. Part of their discussion will include the question: Did Jesus Die on a Cross or a Torture Stake?. Find out more about this Nov 5 Webcast and how you can participate here.

Why do Bible Students use the symbol of the cross and crown? Would displaying a cross Read more…

The Life of Christ

How can any one today hope to have the life of Jesus affect them in the same way that it affected those who lived with him? We can only read the words that describe the tender way he interacted with the sick and needy. But we miss the atmosphere and the specific circumstances surrounding each Read more…

How to Live the Sermon of Matt. 5-7

“The preaching of Jesus was a breath of fresh air to the masses who heard him. The traditions of the scribes and Pharisees consisted of legalisms which distorted the true spirit of the Mosaic Law and fed the pride and position of those teachers of Israel. By contrast, Jesus spoke with a simplicity and purity Read more…