January 19, 2018

Newsletter August 15, 2012

Of Hymns and More...

Steve Wolfgang is one editors of the new hymnal, Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs. He is also a member of the board of directors for the Guardian of Truth Foundation. He regularly posts on his Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/steve.wolfgang1).

One of the things Steve has been doing lately is putting up “A Hymn For Today.” These are short posts highlighting a song in the new book. You are welcome to check it out and ask him questions.

Also check out SumphoniaHymnal.com. You can learn a great deal about what makes this book stand out and why it is being so well received.

By Mike Willis & Daniel H. King, Sr.

This Bible Study Textbook covers the books of Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon. Ecclesiastes examines man’s purpose for living, looking at common pursuits men have chased in their quest for meaning and purpose in life and what makes each of these quests futile. The Scripture text also emphasizes that man should enjoy his days under the sun with the full knowledge that he will give answer to God in judgment for his choices. The Song of Solomon looks at the Biblical love song that shows the power of human love for one’s mate and the sanctity of that relationship.

$6.99

Go here to see sample pages

Passage of the Week

“As in water face reflects face,
So a man’s heart reveals the man.”
- Proverbs 27:19

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Word Study: Evil

Wherever there is evil, there is pain and sorrow. Though the one perpetrating the wickedness may be rejoicing, others are not. And, truth be told, the sinner is often in the quiet and isolated times filled with pain. It makes sense then that we strive to avoid evil.

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Article: A Great Society?

Is our society that great?  Yes, we enjoy a tremendous amount of prosperity and freedom, much of which we can be thankful.  However, it has reached the point that these are often a detriment to our society.  Notice some of the things we financially can afford and legally “enjoy.”

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