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"He did what was right and just, so all went well with him. He defended the cause of the poor and needy, and so all went well. Is that not what it means to know me?” declares the Lord.
Jeremiah 22:15b-16

March 2014, Volume 13 Issue 3

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What It Means To Know Me

Notes from Nancy

"What do you have to lose?"     ...more

Announcing the Sixth Annual Christian Women's Retreat. Once again we will be sponsoring a non-denominational retreat. Click here for details

Women in Christ Commentary: Whoever Loses His Life

Jesus emphasized self-denial, losing our life style, setting aside those wants and goals which are in opposition to God’s purpose. He promised the new life would have rewards beyond anything we could imagine.   ...more

Bible Study Guide: What It Means To Know Me

What did Jesus say they must do to save their lives? How can "losing one’s life" result in "gaining life"?    ...more

Abundance of the Heart: 1 John 5:12-13

He who has the Son has the life;  ... more

Exhortation: By This We Know

How can we know for sure we really do know God? The apostle John said we could know. And he told us how we could know.   ... more

Book Review: Made For His Pleasure

In ten chapters and a Conclusion, Alistair Begg describes faith in action. ...more

If you haven't yet read Guidelines for Research Reading from the first issue (January 2002), we recommend reading these brief suggestions as an introduction to the book reviews.   ...more