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Love one another

We are going to leave our study in the book of Acts this week to look at this psalm. This is a psalm of ascents, which means it was likely sung by Israelites as they neared Jerusalem on their way up to worship the Lord at an annual feast, such as Passover.

DUNCAN/How are we to worship?

If you have your Bibles, I invite you to turn with me to Psalm 96 as we continue to work our way through the Fourth Book of the Psalms. We’re in a section of Psalms which gives us an opportunity to think about how we are to worship as Christians.

THOMAS/When you never have to say ‘sorry’

The best jobs in Washington are the ones in which you never have to admit error and apologize. These jobs are mostly in government and the major media. While “Love means never having to say …

GUEST COLUMN/The danger of do-nothing conservatives

Before I came to Mississippi, I was a Member of the British Parliament for 12 years for Clacton.  Donald Trump’s friend, Nigel Farage, has now decided to run for election in Clacton on July 4th.

DUNCAN/Come, let us worship

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Psalm 95 as we continue to make our way through the Fourth Book of the Psalms. This Psalm that we’re going to study today is about worship. There’s nothing more important in the Christian life than worship and so it’s very appropriate that we would be studying a Psalm calling us to worship.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Praising God

In the second half of Revelation Chapter 4, we are shown the praise and worship of God from angelic orders in heaven. In verse 6 we read, “And around the throne on each side of the throne are four living creatures, full of eyes in the front and behind, the first living creature like a lion, the second living creature like an ox, the third living creature with the face of a man, and the fourth living creature like an eagle in flight.” These creatures never cease praising God.

DUNCAN/The avenger

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Psalm 94, as we continue to work our way through the Fourth Book of the Psalms. This Psalm is a prayer for vengeance. But that’s Old Testament, right?

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Jesus died for sinners

In Revelation chapter 4, the apostle John relates to us a view of the throne of God. The vision is symbolic.  The symbols are to be interpreted to understand the truths that they convey to us.

GUEST COLUMN/Biden makes us pay for it twice

Government waste fact of the day: Mississippi sends as much taxpayer money to our universities to educate students in worthless fields, like gender studies, as we do for mechanical engineers.

THOMAS/Politicized justice for Trump

Since Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg reached back to the 1930s to credit Republican Thomas Dewey for “usher(ing) in the era of the modern, independent, professional prosecutor” in Bragg’s defense of his role in the conviction of former president Donald Trump, perhaps Bragg should consider a speech delivered in 1940 by U.S Attorney General Robert H. Jackson to the country’s chief federal prosecutors and U.S. Attorneys.

DUNCAN/Dressed in majesty

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Psalm 93. As we come to this Psalm we’ll learn a very important thing about the Christian life. And it’s simply this: Believers read their life in light of the character of God Himself.

THOMAS/A ‘New Nixon’ could teach Trump

Fifty-six years ago in August 1968, Richard Nixon achieved what The New York Times called “the greatest reversal of fortune in American political history.” Times columnist James Reston went further, calling it “the greatest comeback since Lazarus.”

EDITORIAL/Memorial Day

Every day could be Memorial Day, but the last Monday in May is set aside as a day of reflection and remembrance of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service to country.

THOMAS/Two contrasting congressional days

Last Friday in Washington there was evidence of why only 16 percent of the public approve of the job Congress is doing, according to a Gallup poll.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/A faithful savior Jesus Christ

In the letter to the church in Philadelphia (Revelation 3:7-13), the Lord Jesus says, “I have set before you an open door because you have kept my word and have not denied my name” (verse 8).

DUNCAN/Shadowed

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to Psalm 91, as we continue to work our way through the Fourth Book of the Psalms.

THOMAS/Bibi ignores Biden

What do you think President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s response might have been if another nation had called on him to stop U.S. and Allied forces from taking Berlin and squashing the Nazi regime in 1945? Same question about President Harry Truman when it came to dropping nuclear bombs on Japan, prompting its swift surrender?

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Christ is the way, the truth, the life

The two churches commended the most in the Lord Jesus Christ’s letters to the churches (Smyrna and Philadelphia) were both facing severe opposition.

DUNCAN/Moses’ Psalm

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you to turn with me to the first Psalm in the Fourth Book of the Psalms, Psalm 90. We live in a world that moves at breakneck speed.

THOMAS/The cost of abandoning Scripture

There are many reasons for the modern church’s loss of its prophetic voice, politics being just one of them.

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