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"Remember Lot's wife!" Luke 17:32

"...but he who stands firm to the end will be saved." Matthew 24:13

January, 2002, Volume 1 Issue 6

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Notes from Nancy

What do a cat, Lot's wife and a Levitical war sermon have in common?   ...more

Women in Christ Commentary: Remember Lot's Wife

Why did Jesus caution his disciples to “remember Lot’s wife?”...more

Bible Study Guide: Perseverance or standing firm to the end.

Love of this world and then looking back with the intent of going back to it can be a fatal mistake. Learn from the Bible how to avoid it.  ...more

Abundance of the Heart: He Never Gives Up

I am grateful that God perseveres. If he didn’t, earth would be as barren as the moon or the planet Mars. ....more

It was 11:30 pm when we first heard the pleading cry of the lost and frightened cat outside our bedroom. "Meow, meow, ... MEOOOW" it cried over and over.  ... more

Exhortation: A Levitical War Sermon

During my collegiate days and first years as a new teacher in a small Iowa community, I would occasionally call Mom in times of stress and difficulty. At her “Hello?”, I would announce simply, “Mom, I need a Levitical war sermon.”  ...more

Book Review: Life in Christ

A book by a widely known author will lead you through Scriptures that teach your relationship “in Christ.” ...more

If you haven't yet read Guidelines for Research Reading from the first issue (January 02), we recommend reading these brief suggestions as an introduction to the book reviews.  ...more

Response from Readers

A couple of comments from some of our readers.   ...more