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Short Bible and news commentary by Living Church of God ministers and writers from around the world. Valuable Christian perspective.

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The Big Reveal - Roger Meyer

A “big reveal” is popular today for expectant parents to reveal the gender of their baby to excited family and friends. Mystery stories and movies also employ a “big reveal” at a crucial time in the story to maintain interest. The Bible also contains very interesting and captivating “big reveals.” Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/the-big-reveal

3 MIN2019 APR 2
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The Big Reveal - Roger Meyer

Before St. Patrick - Richard Franz

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated with green—green clothing, green food, green hair and even green beer. But there is so much more behind the history of Christianity in Ireland—history that shows Patrick, the English-born fifth-century missionary, to be a “Johnny Come Lately” at best. Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/before-st-patrick

4 MIN2019 APR 1
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Before St. Patrick - Richard Franz

Who Crucified Jesus? - John Wheeler

Although the very first Christians were Jews—many of whom continued to worship alongside their Jewish brothers until the Second Temple was destroyed in 70ad—there has been a long history of “Christian” persecution of the Jewish people. Over the centuries, enemies of the Jewish people have used many pretexts for these persecutions. One of the chief arguments is the charge: “The Jews crucified Jesus Christ!” But were “the Jews” in fact responsible for Jesus’ death? Some Jews? All Jews? And should they—should anybody—be persecuted because Jesus Christ was crucified? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/who-crucified-jesus

4 MIN2019 APR 1
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Who Crucified Jesus? - John Wheeler

Regrets In Life - Roger Meyer

By the time we become adults, we have all done things we regret. Some regrets may be from childhood, with the only consequence being our embarrassment when they are humorously recounted at family gatherings. But even minor regrets may make us mentally uncomfortable when called to our remembrance. What is the purpose of regretful feelings? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/regrets-in-life

3 MIN2019 APR 1
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Regrets In Life - Roger Meyer

Lo The Barn - Crockett III 01

Times change, and one generation’s meaningful metaphors are lost on the next. In an urban age of dizzying technological advances, Internet access, and an endless array of devices, earthy agricultural references lose their impact. This is lamentable, since life lessons are prominently symbolized by agrarian practices in the Bible. Many colorful expressions and illustrations picture prosperity on one hand and deprivation on the other, offering spiritual lessons to be learned from each. Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/lo-the-barn

4 MIN2019 APR 1
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Lo The Barn - Crockett III 01

Invest In Your Time - Justin D. Ridgeway

Would you like to receive $86,400 each day for simply living? What would you do with that large sum of money? Would it be overwhelming to you? Would you invest it by giving toward the service of others? Would it be squandered on personal pleasures and unnecessary possessions? It may surprise you that everyone is given this personal income on a daily basis from birth. God pays us a daily income of 86,400 seconds per day. After all, as the old saying goes, time is money! Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/invest-in-your-time

5 MIN2019 APR 1
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Invest In Your Time - Justin D. Ridgeway

Beware of the Dogs - Roger Meyer

Many have seen the warning signs on a fence or door: “Beware of the dog.” Dogs can be vicious and dangerous, even the snippy little “ankle biters.” Did you know that the Bible warns Christians to “beware of dogs”? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/beware-of-the-dogs

4 MIN2019 APR 1
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Beware of the Dogs - Roger Meyer

Almost Persuaded - J. Davy Crockett III

Many wonderful quotations are attributed to Sir Winston Churchill, the great British Prime Minister who had such a profound effect on the 20th century. His irrepressible sense of humor, his tenacity in the face of great danger, his oratory and his writing ability set him apart as an influential historical figure. One quote he is noted for is, “Most people stumble over the truth, now and then, but they usually manage to pick themselves up and go on, anyway.” Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/almost-persuaded

3 MIN2019 APR 1
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Almost Persuaded - J. Davy Crockett III

Empty Shelves - J. Davy Crockett III

The words “Winter Storm Watch”—or any kind of snow or ice in the forecast—seem to trigger an urgent need for bread. I’m sure you’ve seen it. Within minutes of a wintry weather forecast, supermarket and convenience store shelves are emptied. Jokes are made about it and fun is poked at those who react this way to routine news for the season. It shows the insecurity that people feel as a threat approaches. If we are going to be housebound due to inclement weather, having enough food on hand is essential, and bread is almost universally considered a necessity. Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/empty-shelves

4 MIN2019 FEB 4
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Empty Shelves - J. Davy Crockett III

Don't Be a Nicolaitan - Roger Meyer

Who are the Nicolaitans mentioned in the second chapter of the Book of Revelation? Were they some small, heretical sect that separated from the worldly body of professing Christians during the first and second centuries? Did they die out? Do they exist anywhere today? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/dont-be-a-nicolaitan

4 MIN2019 FEB 4
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Don't Be a Nicolaitan - Roger Meyer

Latest Episodes

The Big Reveal - Roger Meyer

A “big reveal” is popular today for expectant parents to reveal the gender of their baby to excited family and friends. Mystery stories and movies also employ a “big reveal” at a crucial time in the story to maintain interest. The Bible also contains very interesting and captivating “big reveals.” Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/the-big-reveal

3 MIN2019 APR 2
Comments
The Big Reveal - Roger Meyer

Before St. Patrick - Richard Franz

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated with green—green clothing, green food, green hair and even green beer. But there is so much more behind the history of Christianity in Ireland—history that shows Patrick, the English-born fifth-century missionary, to be a “Johnny Come Lately” at best. Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/before-st-patrick

4 MIN2019 APR 1
Comments
Before St. Patrick - Richard Franz

Who Crucified Jesus? - John Wheeler

Although the very first Christians were Jews—many of whom continued to worship alongside their Jewish brothers until the Second Temple was destroyed in 70ad—there has been a long history of “Christian” persecution of the Jewish people. Over the centuries, enemies of the Jewish people have used many pretexts for these persecutions. One of the chief arguments is the charge: “The Jews crucified Jesus Christ!” But were “the Jews” in fact responsible for Jesus’ death? Some Jews? All Jews? And should they—should anybody—be persecuted because Jesus Christ was crucified? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/who-crucified-jesus

4 MIN2019 APR 1
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Who Crucified Jesus? - John Wheeler

Regrets In Life - Roger Meyer

By the time we become adults, we have all done things we regret. Some regrets may be from childhood, with the only consequence being our embarrassment when they are humorously recounted at family gatherings. But even minor regrets may make us mentally uncomfortable when called to our remembrance. What is the purpose of regretful feelings? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/regrets-in-life

3 MIN2019 APR 1
Comments
Regrets In Life - Roger Meyer

Lo The Barn - Crockett III 01

Times change, and one generation’s meaningful metaphors are lost on the next. In an urban age of dizzying technological advances, Internet access, and an endless array of devices, earthy agricultural references lose their impact. This is lamentable, since life lessons are prominently symbolized by agrarian practices in the Bible. Many colorful expressions and illustrations picture prosperity on one hand and deprivation on the other, offering spiritual lessons to be learned from each. Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/lo-the-barn

4 MIN2019 APR 1
Comments
Lo The Barn - Crockett III 01

Invest In Your Time - Justin D. Ridgeway

Would you like to receive $86,400 each day for simply living? What would you do with that large sum of money? Would it be overwhelming to you? Would you invest it by giving toward the service of others? Would it be squandered on personal pleasures and unnecessary possessions? It may surprise you that everyone is given this personal income on a daily basis from birth. God pays us a daily income of 86,400 seconds per day. After all, as the old saying goes, time is money! Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/invest-in-your-time

5 MIN2019 APR 1
Comments
Invest In Your Time - Justin D. Ridgeway

Beware of the Dogs - Roger Meyer

Many have seen the warning signs on a fence or door: “Beware of the dog.” Dogs can be vicious and dangerous, even the snippy little “ankle biters.” Did you know that the Bible warns Christians to “beware of dogs”? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/beware-of-the-dogs

4 MIN2019 APR 1
Comments
Beware of the Dogs - Roger Meyer

Almost Persuaded - J. Davy Crockett III

Many wonderful quotations are attributed to Sir Winston Churchill, the great British Prime Minister who had such a profound effect on the 20th century. His irrepressible sense of humor, his tenacity in the face of great danger, his oratory and his writing ability set him apart as an influential historical figure. One quote he is noted for is, “Most people stumble over the truth, now and then, but they usually manage to pick themselves up and go on, anyway.” Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/almost-persuaded

3 MIN2019 APR 1
Comments
Almost Persuaded - J. Davy Crockett III

Empty Shelves - J. Davy Crockett III

The words “Winter Storm Watch”—or any kind of snow or ice in the forecast—seem to trigger an urgent need for bread. I’m sure you’ve seen it. Within minutes of a wintry weather forecast, supermarket and convenience store shelves are emptied. Jokes are made about it and fun is poked at those who react this way to routine news for the season. It shows the insecurity that people feel as a threat approaches. If we are going to be housebound due to inclement weather, having enough food on hand is essential, and bread is almost universally considered a necessity. Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/empty-shelves

4 MIN2019 FEB 4
Comments
Empty Shelves - J. Davy Crockett III

Don't Be a Nicolaitan - Roger Meyer

Who are the Nicolaitans mentioned in the second chapter of the Book of Revelation? Were they some small, heretical sect that separated from the worldly body of professing Christians during the first and second centuries? Did they die out? Do they exist anywhere today? Full text here - https://www.tomorrowsworld.org/commentary/dont-be-a-nicolaitan

4 MIN2019 FEB 4
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Don't Be a Nicolaitan - Roger Meyer
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