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Hopelessness: Away from God

by Bryant Evans on April 7, 2017

There is little worse than hopelessness. It is the idea that things are bad and nothing can improve them. We have all been there. Previously, we wrote of hopelessness and its impact on the Christian. A Christian feels hopeless when he is separated from God. There is growing distance between him and his Lord. The […]

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The Devil Is In Charge!

by Bryant Evans on April 13, 2014

A provocative title wouldn’t you say? But it is very true. Christians often respond with shock and surprise at the wickedness that runs rampant in our world. We shouldn’t be. It is expected that any environment under the influence of evil will, itself, be evil. Our world, our society, our culture, and sometimes even our […]

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Evil Empire

by Bryant Evans on March 8, 2009

It was on this day in 1983 that President Ronald Reagan proclaimed that the Soviet Union was an “evil empire.” The statement sent shock waves throughout the diplomatic world and many declared that the popular President had set U.S. – Soviet relationships back thirty years. Reagan’s comment was nonetheless true. The Soviets did not believe […]

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Where the Battle Rages

by Bryant Evans on January 23, 2009

While preparing for this Sunday’s lesson from  the story of David and Goliath, I noticed a verse that had escaped me  in the past. Since time will prevent me from discussing this little nugget I thought I would post it  here. “The Philistines stood on the mountain on one side while Israel stood on the […]

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