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Study Helps

Posted on January 11th, 2011 by anthony saracini
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Bless you! I would like to share with people a great site I have used over the years called Eliyah (click on the word). It is a great site with a concordance, Hebrew and Greek dictionary, Thesaurus, Strong’s Lexicon and on and on.. It is really awesome. I leave it open ┬áduring the radio broadcast […]

The Praise Movement

Posted on January 8th, 2011 by anthony saracini
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Hello, Bless you! I would like everyone to know that a big part of ministry in my life is producing a weekly Bible study radio broadcast. It airs at 12:30 pm Saturday and Sunday on WFAX 1220 AM the capitol areas oldest Christian radio station. We are currently on the rare subject of Family Bible […]

More on Christmas

Posted on November 28th, 2010 by anthony saracini
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What exactly does the Bible say about birthdays? The Bible has not given any importance to the birthday celebrations. Job and Jeremiah cursed it (Job 3:1-11, and Jeremiah 20: 14-15). Only two birth celebrations are mentioned in the whole Word of God, one in the Old Testament, that is of the Pharaoh of Joseph’s time, […]

Verse Memory 2

Posted on October 12th, 2010 by anthony saracini
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Hi! For a christian scripture memory is pretty fundamental. Speaking what God has said is a consistent theme in all the Godly people of the Bible. And I find it pretty darn pitiful that people ‘conveniently’┬ácall themselves christians and are perfectly comfortabe to discuss either God’s will or His nature without having any idea of […]

Verse Memory

Posted on October 11th, 2010 by anthony saracini
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Bless you! Committing Bible verses to memory is an act sanctioned by God Himself (Deut. 11.18). There is great benefit for believers to know verses and passages by heart. It is very difficult (impossible) to 1. Meditate on it in the middle of the night. 2. Use it to quickly help a friend that has […]