The Cure for All Ills

[97 words] You may have the best of doctorsWho can treat the best of menBut there’s an ill he cannot cureIt’s the ravages of sin For sickness and diseasesCan take a mighty tollBut their dark and gloomy fingersCannot reach or touch the soul But sin, with its ugly natureHarms body, mind, and spiritAnd no man can cut its cordThus we should always fear it Now, there is a Great PhysicianWhose prescription fits the billThe only thing that rids all sinIs a dose of the Lord’s Gos-pill! Edd SterchiBroadway church of ChristCampbellsville, KY...

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Say It Now!

[100 words] I would rather have one little roseFrom the garden of a friend,Than to have the choicest flowersWhen my stay on earth must end. I would rather have a pleasant wordIn kindness said to me,Than flattery when my heart is still,And life has ceased to be. I would rather have a loving smileFrom friends I know are true,Than tears shed ‘round my casketWhen this world I’ve bid adieu. Bring me all your flowers today,Whether pink, or white, or red;I’d rather have one blossom now,Than a truckload when I’m dead. Author Unknown...

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How Should One Read The Bible?

[95 words] We should read carefully, remembering that it is the inspired Word of God (2 Tim. 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:20-21). To read candidly with an open mind, free from prejudice (Acts 17:11) is essential to understanding the Bible. Constant readers we must be. Plan our time with the “book” and do not let other things interfere (Psa. 1:1-2). As we read we must be committed to the Truth that we learn to the extent that whatever that “Truth” is, it is going to be a part of our life. Author UnknownBulletinDigest.com...

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The Horrors of Warfare

[92 words] The bloodiest day in U.S. military history occurred on Sept. 17, 1862, when Union armies and Confederate forces clashed at Antietam in Maryland during the Civil War. By the end of that day 26,000 men were dead, wounded, or missing. Over the years, more than 1.3 million Americans have died as casualties of warfare. But for all the horrors of war, there is nothing that compares with the tragedy that awaits those who choose hell over heaven. Spiritual warfare is far more costly if one sides with the forces of evil.  Matt CliftonBulletinDigest.com...

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Who Has the Time?

[117 words] Most of us live time-conscious lives. We stick to tight schedules, glance at our clocks frequently, and hurry around to meet our appointments and deadlines. Time is certainly important, but the real value of time comes with the realization that our time here on earth is a countdown to eternity. Since life is short (James 4:13-14), what should we be doing with our time? Jesus says to put the kingdom of God first in your priorities (Matt. 6:33). That means influencing and teaching the lost (Matt. 28:18-20). He wants them taught before time runs out (Titus 2:11-14; 2...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 4:11-13

[38 words] “Let us therefore be ___ to enter that rest…” By what example might Christians fall? God’s word is sharper than a ___. Who can hide from God’s judgment? God’s word is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the __. Answers: diligent, disobedience, sword, no one, heart. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 4:14-16

[31 words] Who is the Christian’s great High Priest? “Let us hold fast our ___.” Jesus can ___ with our weaknesses. Jesus “was in all points __ as we are…” True or false: Jesus never sinned. Answers: Jesus, confession, sympathize, tempted, true. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 5:1-4

[53 words] A high priest is appointed to offer both gifts and sacrifices for __. A high priest has __ on those who are ignorant and going astray. Did human high priests have weaknesses? Did human high priests have to offer sacrifices for themselves as well as the people? Were high priests given this honor by God? Answers: sins, compassion, yes, yes, yes. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 5:5-11

[49 words] “So also Christ did not __ Himself to become High Priest.” Who appointed Christ High Priest? “Though He was a Son, yet He learned __ by the things which He suffered.” “He became the __ of eternal salvation to all who obey Him.” Jesus is a Priest according to the order of __. Answers: glorify, God the Father, obedience, author, Melchizedek. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 5:12-14

[58 words] “For though by this time you ought to be __…” “…and you have come to need __ and not solid food.” Everyone who partakes only of milk is __ in the word of righteousness, for he is a babe. “Solid food belongs to those who are full of __…” Does studying and practicing God’s word help us discern both good and evil? Answers: teachers, milk, unskilled, age, yes. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 3:1-6

[49 words] Who is the Apostle and High Priest of our confession? “For every ___ is built by someone…” “And Moses was ___ in all his house as a ___…” Who has been counted worthy of more glory than Moses? What do we have to do to be recognized as part of His house? BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 3:7-15

[52 words] “Today if you will hear His ___…” “Do not ___ your hearts as in the rebellion…” The Hebrew Christians were in danger of __ __. What group of people is the Hebrew writer using as an example? “For we have become partakers of Christ if we hold the beginning of our confidence steadfast to the end…” BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 4:1-10

[40 words] “Therefore, since a ___ remains of ___ His rest…” What sort of danger were the Hebrew Christians in? “And God ___ on the ___ day from all His works.” Some did not enter because of ___. What Old Testament men are mentioned in this section? BulletinDigest.com...

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What Jesus Gave Up for Us

[105 words] He Gave Up Heaven’s Glory.He Gave Up Earthly Riches.He Gave Up His Human Will.He Gave Up His Life. “Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus, who, being in the form of God, did not consider it robbery to be equal with God, but made Himself of no reputation, taking the form of a bondservant, and coming in the likeness of men. And being found in appearance as a man, He humbled Himself and became obedient to the point of death, even the death of the cross.” (Phil. 2:5-8) What have you given up...

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Bible Quiz: Read Hebrews 1:1-4

[46 words] In times past, God spoke to the fathers by the ___. In these last days, He has spoken to us by ___ ___. God appointed Jesus ___ of all things, through Whom He also made the ___. What did Jesus purge? Jesus is ___ than the angels. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Read Hebrews 1:5-13

[45 words] “You are My Son, today I have ___ You.” “Let all the angels of God ___ Him.” “Your ___, O God, is forever and ever.” “But You are the ___,  and Your years will not fail.” “Sit at My ___ ___, till I make Your ___ Your ___.” BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Read Hebrews 2:1-9

[57 words] Verse 1 warns us of the danger of ___ away. “How shall we ___ if we neglect so great a ___.” “God also bearing witness both with ___ and ___, with various ___ and ___ of the Holy Spirit, according to His own will.” How much of creation has been put in subjection to Christ? Jesus tasted ___ for everyone. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: Hebrews 2:10-18

[93 words] “For it was fitting for Him, for whom are all things and by whom are all things, in bringing many ___ to glory, to make the ___ of their ___ perfect through sufferings.” True or False: Jesus is not ashamed to call the saved His brothers. Through ___ Jesus destroyed him who has power over ___, that is, the devil. “For indeed He does not give ___ to angels, but He does give ___ to the seed of Abraham.” “For in that He Himself has suffered, being ___, He is able to aid those who are ___.” BulletinDigest.com...

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In Exchange

[97 words] This is the beginning of a new day. God has given me this day to use as I will. I can waste it or use it for good, but what I do today is important because I am exchanging a day of my life for it! When tomorrow comes, this day will be gone forever, leaving in its place something that I have traded for it. I want it to be gain, not loss; good, and not evil, success, and not failure; in order that I shall not regret the price that I have paid for it. BulletinDigest.com...

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God is Still Love

[108 words] A man traveling through the country noticed that the weather vane on the roof of a farm building bore the phrase, “God Is Love.” He was troubled about it and asked the farmer, “Do you think God’s love is as changeable as that weather vane?” “You miss the point, sir” replied the farmer, “It is on the weather vane because no matter which way the wind is blowing, God is still love!” “So we have come to know and to believe the love that God has for us. God is love, and whoever abides in love abides in...

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My Daily ATTITUDE Action Plan is…

[63 words] Always making today my best day – Psa. 118:24 Taking pride in a job well done – Phil. 1:27 Treating others with respect – Eph. 4:32 Implementing positive thoughts – Phil. 4:8 Turning tasks into opportunities – Eph. 5:15-16 Utilizing my talents always – Matt. 25:29 Doing something that benefits others – Gal. 6:10 Expecting good things to happen – Mark 11:24 Selected (adapted by Edd Sterchi)...

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Be Reconciled to Your Brother

[124 words] Too many people think going to church cancels out any wrong doing in their lives. Too many think putting something in the collection plate means the rest of their lifestyle is okay. However, Jesus has something to say about that: “if you are offering your gift at the altar and there remember that your brother has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar. First, go and be reconciled to your brother; then come and offer your gift.” (Matthew 5:23-24). I’m quite sure God wants you in church. I’m equally sure that God wants...

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Hope in All Circumstances

[98 words] Anne Frank is perhaps the best-known victim of the Nazi Holocaust. Anne and her family left Germany for Amsterdam to flee Nazi persecution, hiding out in an attic after Holland was invaded by the Germans. To help cope with the fear and loneliness, Anne started a diary in 1942. They were eventually discovered and sent to a concentration camp. Anne died of typhus in 1945 before the war’s end. Her father later published her diary, showing how even in difficult circumstances, Anne managed to remain hopeful. Christian, do you remain hopeful no matter what challenges surround you? BulletinDigest.com...

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Help Me!

[70 words] Help me find somebody today who needs what I have to share: a kind word, a thoughtful deed, a bit of loving care. Help me to take the time to be an understanding friend to someone who needs a helping hand on which they can depend. Help me to love as Jesus loves, that same unselfish way. Help me to be like Jesus in all that I do and say. Author UnknownBulletinDigest.com...

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The Effective Church

[112 words] …Exalts God (Eph. 3:21). The church is a place of heartfelt praise of its Architect. …Evangelizes the Lost (Matt 28:19-20). The church is a place where the truth of the gospel is presented to all. …Edifies its Members (Eph. 4:16). The church is a place of great love and encouragement.  …Educates the Unlearned (2 Tim. 2:2). The church is a place of teaching the truths of the Word of God. …Equips the Saints (Eph. 4:11-12). The church is a place where people are trained for service. …Eases the Burdens of the Needy (Heb. 13:16). The church is a...

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A Swing and a Miss

[99 words] The newly constructed tracks of the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific railways were first linked at Promontory Point, Utah, on May 10, 1869. In celebration, Leland Stanford, the president of Central Pacific, drove a golden spike symbolically completing the job. On his first swing, he missed the spike, drawing gales of laughter from the experienced railroad workers looking on. This misfire was embarrassing, but ultimately harmless. But when it comes to moral issues, a swing and a miss can be deadly. Sin is “missing the mark” that God has set for us, and it is no laughing...

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Superhero Mom

[66 words] While many people are talking about the big-screen fictional superheroes The Avengers this spring,it’s nice to remember that there are real-life superheroes all around us: Mothers! Self-sacrificing, wise, and loving, godly mothers are worthy of our respect and admiration. This Mother’s Day, let’s remember to honor our mothers and recognize the power they wield is far greater than any comic book hero.  BulletinDigest.com...

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Go For the Prize

[91 words] With $25,000 up for grabs, Charles Lindbergh took off from Long Island on May 20, 1927 in an attempt to become the first man to fly solo non-stop from New York to Paris. He made the trip in 36 hours and became an instant worldwide hero. His example shows that great deeds require great courage, and come with great rewards. Christians are not looking for a monetary reward, but God does promise spiritual riches beyond comprehension (Matt. 5:12; Eph. 1:18). Christian, be bold, and go for the prize! BulletinDigest.com...

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What Hath God Wrought?

[66 words] On May 24, 1844, telegraph inventor Samuel Morse sent the first official message down the wire: “What hath God wrought?” Morse was amazed by the possibilities that lie in understanding God’s laws of physics. With each invention that comes along, man should recognize that the creative power of God makes it all possible, and that we must work within the framework of the Almighty Creator God! BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: The Net

[59 words] Read Matthew 13:47-50 1. The kingdom of heaven is like a ___ that was cast into the sea. 2. The fishermen gathered the ___ into vessels. 3. What did they do with the bad? 4. This parable represents the ___ of the ___. 5. The ___ will separate the wicked from among the just and cast them into the furnace of fire. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: The Lost Sheep

[76 words] Read Matthew 18:10-14 1. “Take heed that you do not ___ one of these little ones…” 2. “The Son of Man came to ___ that which was ___.” 3. How many sheep did the man in the parable have? 4. How many had to go missing in order for the shepherd to go in search? 5. “Even so it is not the will of your ___ who is in heaven that one of these little ones should perish.” BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: The Unforgiving Servant

[56 words] Read Matthew 18:23-35 1. This parable was told because Peter asked Jesus about ___. 2. How many times should a person forgive? 3. In the parable, why did the king forgive his servant’s debt? 4. What did the servant do to his fellow servant who owed him money? 5. The king in this parable represents ___. BulletinDigest.com...

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Bible Quiz: The Vineyard

[60 words] Read Matthew 20:1-16 1. “The kingdom of heaven is like a ___ who went out early in the morning to hire ___ for his vineyard.” 2. Did he hire all of his workers at the same time? 3. Who did the landowner pay first? 4. Why were the first workers angry? 5. “So the ___ will be ___, and the ___ will be ___.” BulletinDigest.com...

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Negativity

[125 words] Why is it that some people project a positive attitude, while others are so negative? Some people are so unhappy that they no longer have that beautiful Christian spirit. They walk under a cloud of despair, and fail to see the good in others. I tend to believe that even though we are all sinners, there is a radiance of kindness in every person. I would hope that most individuals want to go to heaven. They are just blinded on how to get there. That is where we come in! Yet, in order to save these individuals we...

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Hard Work Pays Off

[79 words] Robert Griffin III, quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens, once said, “Hard work pays off. Hard work beats talent any day, but if you’re talented and work hard, it’s hard to be beat.” How true this is in all of life, but certainly in the work of the church. How many people refuse to work in evangelism because they are not “talented” in that area? If you want to fulfill the Great Commission, think “hard work” first, and “talent” second. BulletinDigest.com...

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Methods Change, the Need Remains

[80 words] On April 3, 1860, the Pony Express service began as the first rider departed St. Joseph, Missouri. For $5 an ounce, letters were delivered on horseback 2,000 miles to California within ten days. The service ended less than two years later upon the completion of the overland telegraph, which brought quicker and more efficient communication. Though methods change, the need for communication remains. For Christians, Jesus’ command to “go” is still in effect. What method of communication are you using? BulletinDigest.com...

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In God We Trust

[54 words] During the American Civil War years, the U.S. Congress passed an act to include the phrase “In God We Trust” on all newly-minted coins (April 22, 1864). All people would do well to be reminded that “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord…” (Psalm 33:12a), and to act accordingly! BulletinDigest.com...

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World’s Largest Library

[99 words] The Library of Congress was established in Washington, D.C. on April 24, 1800. It is the world’s largest library. Among the 145 million items in its collections are more than 33 million books. Yet in all of these works of man, there is not one book that can lead a soul to eternal life. The Bible alone holds the answers to man’s most important questions: Where did we come from? Where are we going? How do I live in the meantime? While the Library of Congress is the largest repository of writings, the Bible is the most important!...

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The Words of Jesus

[63 words] “No man ever spoke like this man!” (John 7:46). The words of Jesus are: – Gracious words (Luke 4:22)– Powerful words (Luke 4:32)– Astonishing words (Mark 1:22)– Authoritative words (Mark 1:22)– Living words (John 6:63)– Judging words (John 12:48)– Cleansing words (John 15:3) What do the words of Jesus mean to you? Have you obeyed them?...

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Bible Quiz: The Parable of the Sower

[84 words] Read Matthew 13:3-9, 18-23 The seed that fell by the wayside was devoured by _________. The seed on stony places represents one who hears and receives the word with joy, but has no ________ in himself. The seed that fell among the thorns represents one two hears the word, but the ________ of this world and the _________ of riches chokes it out. The good ground represents one who ______ and ________. The good soil is a person who not only hears and understand, but also bears _______. BulletinDigest.com...

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