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Is the Bible really the Word of God? For thousands of years, it's been preserved, and read, and appreciated. What do we know about it? How do we approach it?

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For each of us, there's a path heading in the right direction, and it's open for us to follow. If we follow it, we will allow the Lord to grow new, good, loves in our hearts, and - in the end - our guiding love will be a love to the Lord, and the neighbor, and we will accept salvation.

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World peace. Most people really do want it. It was recently Veterans Day in the US, and Remembrance Day in the British Commonwealth. We're honoring our warriors -- and -- what most of them wanted was peace.

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Stained Glass Spiral

Prophecies About Jesus

For Christians, Christmas time is one of the most sacred, most joyous celebrations of the year. What about for people who are thinking about it, but who aren't sure about the whole "reason for the season"?

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The Annunciation, 1898. By Henry Ossawa Tanner. Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=4864374. Located at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

You Shall Bear a Son

In this wonderful Bible story, the Lord sends an angel, Gabriel, to tell Mary that she will be the mother of the long-awaited Messiah.

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Wooden Christmas tree ornaments

Advent, Again

The word advent means coming or arrival - and it is the spiritual practice of preparing for Christmas. Practicing Advent means we are going to actually do something to make way for the Lord.

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The Annunciation to the Shepherds, By Henry Ossawa Tanner

Keeping Watch

We want the Lord’s advent to be, not just an historical fact that we more or less believe, but a present and living reality in our lives.

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Mary, By Henry Ossawa Tanner

The Betrothal

"A virgin, betrothed to a man..." In this short phrase, there is a very important set of truths. We hope you'll enjoy this Christmas doctrinal class by Rev. Andrew M.T. Dibb.

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No Room in the Inn

Two Stories of Christmas

There are two stories of Christmas. We usually blend them into one chronological account, but they are very distinct. One appears in the Gospel of Matthew, the other in Luke.

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