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Suggestions for Bible Students (Part 5)

The Bible contains both literal language and figurative language.  Literal language is the use of a word, phrase, or sentence in its normal, usual sense.  Figurative language is the use of a word, phrase, or sentence in a way which … Continue reading

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Parables: Prayer

“Ere you left your room this morning, did you think to pray?   In the name of Christ our Savior, did you sue for loving favor as a shield today? When you met with great temptation, did you think to pray?  … Continue reading

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Parables: Concern for the Lost

“Rescue the perishing, care for the dying, snatch them in pity from sin and the grave.”  – Fannie Crosby “Lead me to some soul today; O teach me, Lord, just what to say; Friends of mine are lost in sin, … Continue reading

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