Monthly Archives: February 2016

Finding Pearls | United Church of God

What if you are passing up the most important information that has ever been made available to you because you are sure you have all the answers already? Source: Finding Pearls | United Church of God

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Statute of Limitations on Sin? | United Church of God

Former Nazi guard Reinhold Hanning, 94, recently went on trial for his actions during WWII. What does his trial tells us about the way we choose to live today? Source: Statute of Limitations on Sin? | United Church of God

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Can God Forgive Abortion? | United Church of God

Sometimes a sin is hard for us to relinquish even when God has. Once we are forgiven we must forgive ourselves. Source: Can God Forgive Abortion? | United Church of God

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Christian View on Politics: Part 2 | United Church of God

In a society that believes that one vote every four years will solve world’s problems, where should we place our efforts? Source: Christian View on Politics: Part 2 | United Church of God

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Christian View on Politics: Part 1 | United Church of God

Where should our line be drawn between church and state? Source: Christian View on Politics: Part 1 | United Church of God

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The Fourth Commandment: Key to a Relationship With Our Creator | United Church of God

This is the fourth part in the Beyond Today Bible study series: The Ten Commandments. The Fourth Commandment begins:  “Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy”. Is it really that important to observe the Sabbath from Friday sunset to Saturday sunset? … Continue reading

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The Value of a Good Name | United Church of God

If we call ourselves a Christian, we carry the name of Jesus Christ. Do we act in such a way that respects that name? Source: The Value of a Good Name | United Church of God

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