Author Archives: Wayne Davies

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What’s So Good About Good Friday?

Today we commemorate the death of Jesus Christ. To say that Jesus died on “Good Friday” is an understatement. The day Christ died is arguably the best day in the history of the world, for this is the day that … Continue reading

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My Favorite Bible Study Resource on the Psalms

I continue to be amazed and oh-so-thankful for the countless free resources available online to enrich our time in the Word. Undoubtedly my favorite book about The Book is Charles Spurgeon’s commentary on the Psalms, The Treasury of David. As … Continue reading

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How to Sin by Reading the Bible

Is it possible to read the Bible and sin against God by doing so? Absolutely. It’s an example of what John MacArthur calls “Christian legalism” – the idea that I must engage in certain behaviors in order to earn God’s … Continue reading

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A Fantastic Book About The Book (Product Review)

I’m a big fan of books about The Book, especially well-written books that present the big picture of the world’s best-selling book of all time. Self-Guided Tour of the Bible is one of the best books I’ve read in this … Continue reading

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Does Reading the Bible Make a Difference?

Here are some questions worth asking and answering: “Why should we read the Bible every day? Does it make a difference? Is it just something good Christians do? Or is it a legalistic habit that’s unnecessary to a healthy walk … Continue reading

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How to Read the Bible in 2017

Happy New Year to you and yours! Have you given any thought to how you’ll go about reading the Bible in 2017? If you’re looking for help, read on . . .   There are many worthwhile ways to read … Continue reading

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Got Food? (A Thanksgiving Message)

It’s the 4th Thursday in November, Thanksgiving Day in the U.S.A., a day set aside as a national holiday to give thanks for our many blessings. For the Christian, of course, every day is a good day to thank God … Continue reading

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How to Become More Like Jesus

Here’s a verse that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately: And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. 2 Corinthians 3:18 … Continue reading

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What Does Genuine Worship Look Like? (Thoughts on Psalm 33)

What does genuine worship look like? When we attend a “worship service,” how do we know that what we are doing is the real deal and not an exercise in hypocrisy or a meaningless ritual? I believe that Psalm 33 … Continue reading

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How to Drink from the Fountain of Life

The Word of God never ceases to amaze me. God has seen fit to reveal Himself, in all His glory, through the pages of holy Scripture. Immersing ourselves in the written Word, in order to know the living Word, is … Continue reading

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