Archive for November, 2010

Truth on Trial

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

                The court scene is forever etched upon my memory, even though it happened back in 1988. My husband was being brought to trial for allegedly helping to plan a crime which ended in the murder of three people. There were rows of seats for observers, and in front of the courtroom was a long conference table for the defendant and the lawyers assigned to the case. The jury box and the judge’s bench were raised above the level of the audience, and faced the court. A uniformed officer and a legal secretary were also on duty at the front of the room. (more…)


Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

In my last two articles, I have tried to emphasize the necessity of a personal walk with God that will enable us to be prepared for the final events of this earth’s history. As a people, we have been given the most solemn and important message ever given to mankind – “Prepare to meet thy God!” (more…)


Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Jesus talked a lot about the kingdom. Throughout His ministry, His message was, “The kingdom of heaven is near.” Matt. 4:17. Interestingly, Christ often combined His preaching about the kingdom with healing the sick, and casting out demons. For example: (more…)


Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Ten lovely young ladies gathered that evening at the appointed meeting place for friends of the bride to wait for the wedding festivities. But as time passed and the hour grew late, heads nodded and the little lamps burned low. Suddenly the cry went out into the night air, “The bridegroom comes! Go out to meet him!” (more…)