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9/16/19 - Gideon's three hundred

An in-depth, spiritual look at essential topics

Gideon's three hundred

Today's featured article from the Anthology of Classic Articles talks about how just like Gideon fighting the Midianites, we should not be discouraged by a small congregation.


9/16/19 - Injured arm healed
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“It is a record of the demonstrable knowledge of the Christ, Truth, and presents the standard of right, spiritual thinking. Its beneficent mission is to convey to the world this knowledge of God..." 

January 1923


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