June 20, 2019

The Downfall Of A Young Man (2)

By Tommy L. McClureThe Person Doing the Tempting1. She was not a common prostitute, but a married wife (vv. 19,20). She was "out on the prowl" while the goodman (her husband) was away on a long journey.It is evident that she was well-off financially from the manner in which she had decked and … [Read more...]

Cling To His Remains: Ingersoll Family In Despair Widow and Daughters of the Infidel Refuse to Part From or Allow His Body to Be Cremated – Funeral Held – Scene of Desolation.

Special to the Chicago RecordDobbs Ferry, N.Y., July 25. - Desolation describes the scene tonight at Walstein, within whose walls lies the body of Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, agnostic. About his bier cling three women - his widow and his two daughters. To them the form on bier is all that is left of … [Read more...]

“Try A Little Tenderness”

By Larry Ray HafleyA radio station in Chicago used to play soft, gentle music. Their motto was the title of this theme. It is good advice. "Gentleness" is a fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22). "And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted" (Eph. 4:32). "Comfort the feebleminded (faint), support the … [Read more...]

Church History: Origin Of The Christian Church

By Aude McKeeIntroduction:I. In the last lesson, we studied the efforts of men to "restore the ancient order."A. James O'Kelly in Virginia and North Carolina.B. Elias Smith and Abner Jones in the Northeast.C. Barton W. Stone in Kentucky.D. Thomas and Alexander Campbell in Pennsylvania, Virginia and … [Read more...]

No Place Like Home

By F. David MoyerThere's no place like home. " This is most certainly true, and it becomes more meaningful when we look at the importance God has placed upon the function of the home.The home is the place where the first and most lasting impressions are made. Those who are tasked by God to operate … [Read more...]