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The Gospel and the Church are Concerned with Government
The Gospel and the Church are concerned with government. God, in creating people, has a program in mind and He made us first physical. So, first it started with the first Adam, the first man was called Adam. But then the spiritual phase of God's whole program begins with Jesus Christ, and Christ is the second Adam, and that is the spiritual phase, not the physical. So Jesus is the second Adam. (I Corinthians 15:45-47 ...
Hard Choices for Washington as South Vietnam Slowly Sinks The war that will not go away has arisen again to haunt the United States government and its military leaders. In recent weeks, successful sw ...

Jesus Christ said: "I will build my Church." What IS that Church - human organization, or spiritual organism? Of whom composed? How does one become a member? Does it have a divine Commission? - and if ...

A very large segment of American and British life attends church on Sunday mornings. WHY do they go? WHAT do these churchgoers BELIEVE, and WHY? The plain truth is a little shocking - and illuminating ...

This is a year of Presidential elections in France and the United States. But do the PEOPLE really select their Leaders? Do the politicians? Even those in politics are unaware of the real TRUTH. The F ...

How often should we partake of THE LORD'S SUPPER?
The "Lord's supper," like so many essential points of the original true doctrine, has fallen into the mire of erroneous tradition. But Jude exhorts us, "that ye should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered ...
Bible Requirements for Ministers
Minister. The word used most in Greek is Strong's #1249, diakonos (the same word is translated "deacon" elsewhere). It means an attendant, a waiter at table or in other menial duties. The root word means to run errands. Ambas ...
Well good morning brethren; I imagine that all of you thank God everyday for all of His wonderful blessings, I know I do, it just sort of pops out, I don't seem to think about exactly what I'm saying when I say it. It's just one of those things that seems like we ought to thank God for when we pray to Him. And if you're like me, and I imagine many of you are, you probably don't give a great deal o ...