In Defense of Biblical...

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The following article is designed to be used as a resource in defending your faith on Biblical child training. If the Federal or State agencies take me to court over advocating corporal chastisement, this will be part of my defense. “He that spareth his rod hateth his son: but he that loveth him chasteneth him betimes (Prov. 13:24).” This is one of many verses in the Bible that instruct parents to chasten their disobedient children with a rod. Websters Dictionary defines rod as: “a straight slender stick growing on or cut from a tree or bush.” If you read the… Read More
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The World’s Greatest Need

Michael Pearl

..The last verse in the Old Testament is a promise and a warning. It is a promise of a man who will come to prepare the nation of Israel for the coming of Messiah. It is a warning that if his ministry is not successful, God must smite the earth with a curse..

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The Doer of the Word

Michael Pearl

Although the man was old and stooped, he walked with the urgency of driven youth.

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Flying kites

God Made Jesus to Be Sin Article

Michael Pearl

A sinner by faith – Kneeling in the garden, Jesus believed God and received the weight of sin.

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Imputed Righteousness

Michael Pearl

What does one do to have God’s righteousness imputed to his account? “Even as David also describeth the blessedness of the man, unto whom God imputeth righteousness…”

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Noah and Elijah on the Mount

Michael Pearl

Some good friends of mine dropped off their twenty-four-month old son to stay with us for a week while they worked in a youth camp.

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