II Corinthians 9:15 is one of those landmark verses of Scripture which Bible reading people should mark.
The Scriptures teach, “Now godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. And having food and clothing, with these we shall be content. But those who desire to be...
With centuries upon centuries of human history behind us, one would tend to think that if we could collectively “get our act together,” we certainly would have by now.
Dear Editor,Missing: Ten thousand Mason Countians failed to exercise their rights to vote in this year's General Election.
I am thankful to God for at least one more Thanksgiving/Christmas season of peace.
Living, as we do, in the “Information Age,” it sadly becomes all too clear that obeying the call to abide in Christ is challenging at the very least in part because we are beset by demands on our time, energies and resources.
In 1 Corinthians, as the apostle Paul reasoned with the Corinthian church concerning the need for unity, the supremacy of Christ in the church, and the message of the gospel, he contrasted the “wisdom” of the world, with the...
History was made last Tuesday when Republicans made gains at all levels.
It is frightening that West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin is attempting to find “common ground” with Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island. Whitehouse states point blank that his mission is to essentially put America's coal industry...
Most individuals, excepting perhaps the rare sociopath, understand that there is such a thing as right and wrong. A few philosophical individuals might deny they believe in such a thing as an absolute morality, but they themselves would likely feel...
You cannot beat the blessings of God with a stick.
The mother of one of our church members passed away recently.
Americans are blessed to live in a country founded upon the understanding that legitimate rights come from God and therefore the government should serve to protect those rights, rather than working to abridge them.
Of the many practical privileges that we've been given as children of God, prayer is the most profound and yet most simple.