The Missing Lamps

In a certain mountain village in Europe several centuries ago, a nobleman wondered what legacy he would leave to his townspeople. At last he decided to build them a church building. No one saw the completed plans for the building until it was finished. When the people gathered, they marveled at its beauty and completeness. Then someone asked, “But where are the lamps? How will it be lighted?” The nobleman pointed to some brackets in the walls. Then he gave to each family a lamp that they were to bring with them each time they...Continue reading

The Love of God

Our aim is to please God and do what He commands, to do less is to fail and fall short in the end of heaven. If you have any questions about what we do or the way we do things if you will ask someone they will either answer your questions or they can put you in contact with someone who can. We have several services that we would like to offer to you, one is a Bible Correspondence course and the other is a personal Bible study. There will be an open Bible and...Continue reading


Character studies of Bible personalities are beneficial studies. There are those whom we have studied over and over again. We glean new insights to their lives and lessons to be applied to our lives each time we study them. Application of these lessons to our lives is really one of the purposes of any Bible study. We all like to study those individuals who will encourage us in our daily walk toward heaven. There is a time when we need to study those individuals who have a negative life. The purpose in studying these individuals...Continue reading


Contained within the book of Psalms are several questions about who is close to God. Psalm 15:1 asks, “Lord, who shall abide in thy tabernacle? Who shall dwell in thy holy hill?” Psalm 24:3 asks, “Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? Or who shall stand in his holy place?” In Psalm 15 when the question is asked, “Who shall abide in thy tabernacle” one must remember that the temple was not built yet. We must remember chronology when reading the Bible. The temple was not built until Solomon was king. Therefore we...

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