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Preacher's Study Blog · 1M ago

Consequences

“Consequence” is not a happy word. It has implications. It suggests an unwanted future. It is a result of actions which are likely unwelcome. Consequence is also certain. Some actions bring ...
Preacher's Study Blog · 1M ago

The Christian and the World

Christians use the term “World” differently than most people. For us, it depends on its context as to its precise meaning. We may speak of the entirety of Creation as crafted by God in Genes...
Preacher's Study Blog · 1M ago

Dear Sir: An Open Letter to Employers

You are the backbone of our economy. Your hard work and dedication to your industry have made you successful. You employ millions of Americans, thus, allowing them the assets to pursue their...
Preacher's Study Blog · 1M ago

Luke 17:7-10: The Unworthy Servant

Truth comes in all sizes in Scripture. Some truths are pleasant and enjoyable while others are terrifying. It is true that the righteous will live eternally in heaven; that is a pleasant tru...
Preacher's Study Blog · 1M ago

Repentance

One of the hardest requirements for the Christian is repentance. Biblical repentance requires both a change of heart and a change of action. One cannot imagine one without the other. For exa...
Preacher's Study Blog · 1M ago

Deadly Ignorance

No activity or human pursuit equals Bible study. In no other field of human endeavor do we find such benefits as one discovers from studying the word of God. No field of study offers more ho...
Preacher's Study Blog · 3M ago

The Greatest Consequence: Death

Every one of us is where we are today because of choices made yesterday. We are successful in business because of decisions made previously. We are, likewise impoverished because of choices ...
Preacher's Study Blog · 3M ago

Consequences: Reaping and Sowing

Some laws are so powerful that we always comply with them whether we wish to our not. An example would be the law of gravity. An item tossed into the air will always return to its predominan...
Preacher's Study Blog · 4M ago

Empty Pews Sing!

Michael Summers, who preaches for the church in Leavenworth, Kansas, has a thoughtful poem about empty church pews. Visit his site and see what you think. Follow us @Preachers_Study, Like us...
Preacher's Study Blog · 4M ago

What Must I Do To Be Saved?

To ask, what must I do to be saved, is to ask the greatest question ever uttered. It shows an interest in something far beyond this world and priorities shaped by eternal needs. You have ask...