March 18, 2019

For the Truth’s Sake: Preaching which Saves

By Ron HalbrookFor The Truth's Sake, the gospel should be preached to the lost and the lost should seek the gospel. Men often laugh at or even bemean gospel preaching. "For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God. . . it … [Read more...]

What is Truth? (3)

By Morris W. R. BaileyIn a previous article on the above subject, it was pointed out that one of the definitions given by the dictionary to the word truth is fact. Thus the truth on any subject consists of the facts relating thereto. It was pointed out also that in spiritual realm, God's word is … [Read more...]

A Heart Completely His

By Mike GrushonKing Asa of Judah was generally a good king. Throughout his life, he had done much to return Judah to faithfulness to God. Yet there stands in the Biblical record of his life's achievements one monumental mistake. In 2 Chronicles 16:1-10, we can read of this incident in his life. … [Read more...]

“That Ye May Know” (4)

By William Y. BeasleyThe book of 1 John was written that people living in the first century or in the twentieth century may know concerning eternal life. If in this series of studies you come to know that you have eternal life, keep the faith. If you learn or know you do not have eternal life, turn … [Read more...]

For the Truth’s Sake: The Curse of Drunkenness

By Ron Halbrook For The Truth's Sake, all men need to learn the sinfulness of drunkenness. Though Noah was a great man of faith, he stumbled on one occasion by this sin. A proper sense of restraint, caution, and modesty is weakened or destroyed by drunkenness--Noah laid naked, a thing he would not … [Read more...]

The High Cost of Discipleship

By Don R. HastingsMany people are concerned with the high cost of living today. However, few have paid any attention to the high cost of discipleship. Even many, who are the disciples of the Lord, have given very little thought to the cost for the privilege of being His disciples. One major reason … [Read more...]

Good Servants of God

By Irven LeeWe have many things that we may use as tools in the service to God. We do not buy heaven or earn its glories, but each will be judged according to the deeds done in his body. Only good stewards of God's blessings will receive God's great gift of eternal life. No man will be lost because … [Read more...]

Come Unto Me

By Mike WillisThe greatest invitation ever extended to man was not extended by a civil government ruler, benefactor of mankind, movie star, or rich man. It was extended by a poor, wandering preacher named Jesus of Nazareth. His invitation touches our hearts, draws us to Him, and offers us eternal … [Read more...]

How Shall the Ark of the Lord Come?

By Frank DriverDavid, the new king of Israel, had gathered thirty thousand chosen men to bring up the ark of the covenant, where God dwelt, to the new political and spiritual center of Israel, Jerusalem. The sacredness of the ark and the solemnity of the occasion justified the large number and the … [Read more...]

Arnold Hardin on “Sanctification”

By Jimmy Tuten, Jr."Sanctification" in its noun form comes from the Greek word hagiasmos. The lexicons tell us that it has two aspects, basically: (a) Separation to God, 1 Cor. 1:30; 2 Thess. 2:13, through His Son Jesus, Col. 1:13; 1 Cor. 1:2, (b) The course of life befitting those so separated, 1 … [Read more...]