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Are trials worth it? – Part 1

January 14, 2022  - By Sujay Thomas

The command to count trials as “joy” may seem unrealistic and glib to us. But as James explains, this is only through a right “accounting” of suffering

Why does Peter call women “weaker vessels?”

December 28, 2021  - By George Mattackal

Peter instructed husbands to honour their wives as “weaker vessels.” Is this an archaic command, and what does it tell us about Christian marriages today?

The husband’s handbook: A call to covenant

August 6, 2021  - By Tobin Mattackal

To be a godly husband is not merely a good gesture; rather, it is a commandment from the Lord. And saying, “I do” is just the beginning

Is it a sin to download movies and music through torrents?

September 22, 2020  - By Charles Mathew

A reader asked if accessing pirated content online was really that big a deal — especially considering the practice is so widespread

Can one refrain from the Lord’s Table?
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Can one refrain from the Lord’s Table?

May 13, 2020  - By George Mattackal

Find out how we can avoid “eating and drinking judgment” to ourselves — and keep legalism from creeping into our remembrance of our Redeemer

Why did God create the devil?

March 10, 2020  - By Dr. Barry K. Creamer

Satan is the evil ruler of this present age, but why did God create him in the first place? Didn’t He know Satan would wreak havoc on His creation?

Walking by the promise

November 10, 2019  - By Winston Hottman

Although Jesus had healed instantly before, His delay in the case of the 10 lepers offers a lesson that's a paradigm for our own lives

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