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14 Key Events of the Future

By admin | Other Classes

1. Signs of the End The Bible gives us numerous “signs of the times,” signs and signals that we are to watch for so we can know exactly how close we are to Jesus’ return. These signs include drastic upsurges in the number and severity of wars, famines, pestilences, and earthquakes; the Gospel being preached

Salvation

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Eternal Salvation: While all Christians believe that Jesus died for our sins and we are saved through the sacrifice of His death on the cross, there are some differences in belief among different denominations as to whether that salvation is permanent or whether it can be lost. It is a fact that there are Christians

12 Foundation Stones

12 Foundation Stones

By admin | 12 Foundation Stones

The object of this course is not merely to offer facts, figures, or textbook knowledge to fill your head and tickle your ears. It is a training course for those who dare to change the world! How can you change the world? By first changing yourself. Everyone, regardless of their place in today’s world, needs

Angel on the Run

By donpedro | Reflections

By Ivan Cordoba How did I get myself into this? My knees felt as though ice picks were stabbing them from every side. I passed the 10-km marker. Only 11.243 km to go—only! I had taken up running after a friend had run his first marathon. “It will be a great experience!” he assured me.

Bringing Out the Grain

By donpedro | Reflections

By Jay Phillips After an elderly neighbor lost his weekend cottage in a careless fire, I helped in the cleanup effort of what looked more like the aftermath of a small bomb blast on his wooded plot of land. What had once been a quiet getaway home had been reduced to heaps of charred wood

Saved from Who Knows What

By donpedro | Reflections

By Joyce Suttin “Grandma, why do you always pray before you drive?” The question came from my eight-year-old grandson. I had been vacationing at the beach with his uncle and cousins, and I was about to start the five-hour drive home in the rain, with my two young grandsons in the back seat. “Driving is

Dawn of a New Year, The

By donpedro | Reflections

By Andrew Mateyak On the first day of each New Year, I get up at around 5:00 am to watch the sun rise. I pick a spot where there is a good view—the beach, a tree, a basketball court. This year I have chosen the roof. As I sit down, I think about all that

Chesspiece, The

By donpedro | Reflections

By Misty Kay I started this game filled with confidence. From my vantage point at one end of the board, as I looked at the field of black and white squares before me, I was sure I was about to accomplish great feats. I looked up at my master’s face. Will he use me? Will I

Something from Nothing

By donpedro | Reflections

By Anne Spring Padre Luis Cordero Rodríguez was enjoying a final few minutes of solitude as he finished his lunch at a high-class restaurant in an affluent suburb of Lima, Peru. As he reflected on his afternoon commitments, he was interrupted by a ragged boy who had been watching from the entrance and had finally

As It Will Be

By donpedro | Reflections

By Peter Story I listened to a song demo today. I’d heard plenty of them before, but this one sounded unusually rough. I tried not to let on that it grated on my nerves. My friend had warned me that it was a demo before he pressed the play button, but I still wasn’t quite