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DUNCAN/God’s law vs. human tradition: Part V

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew chapter 5:38-42. This passage has been party to many common misunderstandings.

The first order function of government and society is to provide for the security of its people. Specific action items for Jackson: (1) Enforcement. (2) Courts.

HURT/Biden lets it rip in Scotland

Oh, to live in this age of conspiracies. Did you hear the latest one?

BUCHANAN/Left-wingers rejected in Va.

“I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach.”

The first order function of government and society is to provide for the security of its people. Specific action items for Jackson: (1) Enforcement. (2) Courts.

Help for women facing unplanned pregnancies

This fall while a significant part of the country’s focus is turned towards Mississippi and the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case being heard at the U.S. Supreme Court,

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Salvation is in Christ alone

In this passage the church in Antioch receives a letter sent by the council of Jerusalem. The delegation delivering the letter includes Paul and Barnabas as well as two highly regarded leaders from the Jerusalem church, Judas and Silas.

DUNCAN/God’s law vs. human tradition: Part IV

Please turn with me in your Bible to Matthew 5:33-37 as we continue our study of the Lord’s Sermon on the Mount. In this passage, Christ is applying the law specifically in the hearts of the people.

LOWRY/The life of Brandon

There’s a crisis afoot in the land — people are being rude to President Joe Biden. 

BUCHANAN/Climate change failure?

“Colossal Stakes as Leaders Meet to Talk Climate,” ran the headline. 

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Jesus, savior of sinners

Paul and Barnabas, having returned to Antioch from their first missionary trip, recounted to the church all that God had done in bringing many Gentiles to Christ through the preaching of the gospel.

DUNCAN/God’s law vs. human tradition: Part III

Please in your Bible to Matthew 5:27-32 as we continue our study of the Sermon on the Mount. In Jesus’ day, there was a great deal of confusion and complexity to the teaching, even within the Synagogue, on the subject of divorce. 

LOWRY/The new missile gap

The Biden administration is hesitant to call our competition with China a new Cold War, even though Beijing has zero qualms about making the parallels with our decades-long struggle with the Soviet Union abundantly clear.

BUCHANAN/Can Poland be Poland?

That was the call of American conservatives, four decades ago, when the Solidarity movement of labor leader Lech Walesa arose in the port city of Gdansk to demand their freedom of the Communist system imposed upon Poland by the Soviet Union after World War II.

DUNCAN/God’s law vs. human tradition: Part II

Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:27-30. In this passage our Lord Jesus shows us the deadliness of sexual immorality. Specifically, he reminds us that sexual immorality occurs not only literally and physically but that it also takes place in the heart.

LOWRY/The U.S. supply chain in peril

If there is one universally recognized principle in American political life, it’s that the president of the United States should want Christmas to come off without a hitch.

BUCHANAN/Are good times over for Joe?

“When sorrows come,” said King Claudius, “they come not single spies but in battalions.” As the king found out. So it seems with President Joe Biden, who must be asking himself the question Merle Haggard asked: 

The apostle Paul, in the city of Lystra on his first mission trip, is stoned and dragged out of the city, assumed to be dead (verse 19).

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Paul heals a crippled man

After being driven out of Iconium, Paul and Barnabas arrived at Lystra where they continued to preach the gospel (Acts 14:5-6). After Paul had spoken to the people, he looked upon a crippled man and commanded him to stand up. The man immediately rose up and began to walk.

DUNCAN/God’s law vs. human tradition: Part I

Turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:21-26 as we continue our study of the Sermon on the Mount. 

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