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Month: October 2020

  • Think Before You Speak

    “He who restrains his words has knowledge.” – Proverbs 17:27 NASB – Today we can instantly inform the world about whatever we happen to be thinking. But the Puritan pastor Jeremiah Burroughs wisely offers three cautions that help us to see how hastily sharing our opinions can cause unnecessary conflict and division between believers. Other people may misunderstand our thoughts and motives and therefore misjudge us and...

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  • Supporting Humanitarian Work after Hurricane Irma

    Unaltered Ministries, a ministry helping people to experience fullness of life through the gospel, and the Be United in Christ Outreach Ministry joined together to serve families who had been devastated in Hurricane Irma’s descent upon Florida. Volunteers showed up at the first trailer home not knowing what the conditions would be like. The roof had blown off and the family was blessed to be...

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  • Grown through Trials

    Count it all joy when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience. But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking nothing. – James 1:2-4 NKJV – In his letter to a suffering saint, John Newton conveyed a precious truth of Scripture that few of us come to fully appreciate in this lifetime....

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  • Supporting At-Risk Children with Urban Impact

    At-risk students in 6th–12th grade who are vocally talented are invited to join the Urban Impact Choir, where they will learn not only to develop their vocal talent but who God is and why they should use their voices to glorify the Lord. This is a photo of the kids during one of their many Bible studies. The Be United in Christ Outreach Ministry is...

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  • One Mediator

    There is one God and one Mediator between God and men, the Man Christ Jesus. – 1 Timothy 2:5 – There is only one way to God and that is through Jesus Christ. All other roads are false. All other means of approaching God and satisfying His justice will only provoke Him to wrath. No good works we do will ever be enough, which is why we...

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  • Supporting Outreach to the Homeless in New Jersey

    This Christian homeless shelter in New Jersey offers emergency shelter to the homeless men and women of their community. They also offer a 36-week rehabilitation program designed to assist individuals in the recovery and healing of their lives — spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and physically. Through spiritual mentorship, life classes, and accountability, those who participate regain what they have lost through substance abuse and poor choices. The Be...

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  • Joints and Bones

    “Joined and knit together by what every joint supplies.” – Ephesians 4:16 – I know some brothers who would make splendid people if everyone else were dead, for they are very loving and friendly toward themselves. They would be just the sort of folk to become hermits—shut them up in a cave with a bucket of water and a loaf of bread, and all their virtues...

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  • Teaching Unity in Rome

    A staff member at a large church in Rome, Italy, studies one of our Premium Collection books, titled “Peace and Healing.” It was our pleasure to partner with a US church to send a seminary-trained pastor to Italy to teach on the importance of biblical Christian unity and then gift the church leadership with copies of our Premium Collection. We hope that God reveals His passion...

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  • Are We in a Battle?

    Among the divisions of Reuben there were great resolves of heart … Gilead stayed beyond the Jordan, and why did Dan remain on ships? Asher continued at the seashore, and stayed by his inlets. – Judges 5:15–17 – When the Lord called His people to fight against the king of Canaan, several tribes refused to come. Their interests lay elsewhere. The tribe of Reuben considered helping the other tribes but...

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