Jesus Encounters Nicodemus

John 3 Benjamin Franklin was a great statesman, a prolific inventor and an avid correspondent. He received letters from people all over the world. Possibly one of the most important letters he ever received was from the well-known British evangelist George Whitfield. Whitfield crossed
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Nothing but the Truth

“Do you solemnly swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help you God?” These words precede the testimony of every American witness. For the judge and jury to make the right decision, they don’t need commentary or conjecture, they need the truth. Truth
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She Did What She Could

It was two days before Passover, the week that Jesus gave his life for us. Controlled chaos reigned in Jerusalem as the crowds swelled, commemorating the Jews’ release from Egypt 1500 years earlier. The sacrificing of thousands upon thousands of lambs only contributed to the uproar. K
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