Dr. Albertine Marshall
Dr. Albertine Marshall

Professor / Author


What is your testimony? How often do you tell it? When did it occur? How is it, that your situation brought you closer to God? How many testimonies do you have? How do you know which one to use? To ask these questions poses a problem for me, for many of us wear our testimonies as “badges of honor.” The attitude of many Christians is that the more we suffer, the closer we are to Christ. We place others in various categories based on how much...
What is the significance of the Lord’s Supper? Why do we set aside moments in the church to go through the ritual of eating a wafer and drinking some grape juice? God had a desire to dwell among His people so He showed Moses a plan of a Sanctuary where His presence would dwell. And under certain circumstances, following specific rituals, the sinful children of Israel would be allowed to enter this Sanctuary/Tabernacle...
The rule of the game was to simply duplicate what the leader was doing. Anyone who did not duplicate the leader was “out” of the game. It was not difficult to do this if the leader chose good and simple things to do. Some things were fun, but others, like spell a long word, would often become difficult. Nevertheless, the foundational principle of the game was to pay attention to the leader and do completely as he/she asked. The leader's actions dictated the behaviors of the followers....
Graphics cards support VGA as their basic graphics standard should all else fail (Such as missing device drivers or some other problem).
Exercising faith often requires us to make the first move. Through our trust in God, we take that first step with child-like dependence, focusing our eyes on Him. Those who are weak in the faith may act just the opposite. They tend to stand still while looking for God to move. Once they are convinced that God is in the situation and something has happened that cannot be explained by natural means, they are willing to follow. What about that? Is that really faith?
Children are very protective of their name. They will immediately correct you if you mispronounce their name. Some will even cry if they are called something other than their name saying, “He called me out of my name.” As adults we continue to protect our name. Our name has meaning to us and in many cases we place special value in the family name, our last name. We give it meaning based on the characteristics of family members who ....
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