Matthew 2

Spiritual Life
Feb 7, 2016
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Till Heaven and Nature Sing Some 2,600 years ago, Nebuchadnezzar II, king of Babylon, invaded Judah. Consequently, after a siege lasting about eighteen months, the Gentiles conquered and destroyed Jerusalem,...
Public Square
Apr 1, 2010
Jim Pence
Immigrants of the Bible Have you ever considered how many significant Bible characters changed countries at some point in their lives? Here’s a sampling of them.
Article
Jul 1, 2009
Tony T. Maalouf
Vindicating Ishmael A Westerner who calls someone a donkey intends it as an insult. And this understanding of the word “donkey” clouds how many view the prophecy about Ishmael in Genesis 16. A...
Article
Dec 6, 2006
Charles H. DyerGregory A. HattebergGregory A. Hatteberg
O Little Towns of... …Bethlehem, Ramah, and Nazareth. A survey of biblical references to three out-of-the-way villages aids our understanding of God's Word to humans in the person of His Son.
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Jul 7, 2006
Reg GrantReg Grant
A Star Is Born The businessman stood alone, looking out onto an empty baseball field. His son had been the star of a game played on that field only a few hours earlier. Yet the businessman, the...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Ronald B. AllenRonald B. Allen
Does Anything Good Come from Nazareth? Most believers today have heard of the town of Nazareth where Jesus grew up. However, the name of the Galilean village in which the young Jesus lived was relatively unknown during...
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Jul 7, 2006
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Give the Best Gift Think with me about your Christmases past and ask yourself, What is the best present I’ve ever received?