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Please don’t get soaked

Ladies, there is a prayer practice that is gaining momentum among Christians, and we need to talk about it at the Table.  It’s called the Soaking Prayer, and while it sounds like something Christians can practice safely, it is anything but safe. In fact, the Soaking Prayer practice contains spiritual elements that are not only […]

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True or False Prophet? 4 Ways to Tell For Sure

True prophets in both Old and New Testaments always pointed to Jesus Christ. Since the close of canon of Scripture, there are no new prophets or prophetesses today – at least not true ones. Unfortunately, many false ones use Him to claim He points the world to them and their blogs, websites, or whatever ministry […]

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What did Jesus command?

Jesus said that if we love Him, we will obey all that He commanded. (John 14:15) So what did Jesus command? He wasn’t talking about keeping the Old Testament Law, nor was He telling us we need to have a works-based salvation to get into Heaven, but as an act of obedience, love, and reverence […]

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The Christian and Essential Oils?

A few months ago I discovered a small reddish patch on my wrist, and when it didn’t go away I asked a pharmacist to recommend something.  She did, but the anti-fungal ointment I purchased had no effect.  Recently a couple of friends gave me some tee tree oil, and also a vial of clove oil. […]

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Complementarian vs Egalitarian

Here at Naomi’s Table, we encourage and teach women to learn about and embrace a “Complementarian” view of biblical womanhood, versus an “Egalitarian” position. But what exactly do these words mean? The Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood has an excellent overview of these two opposing views of women’s roles. (And by the way, it’s […]

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Battling Sadness?

The World Health Organization says that hundreds of millions of people suffer from depression. One in four women will struggle with depression during her lifetime. That means at least one woman in your Bible study, your neighborhood, your circle of friends—or maybe even you—will wrestle with the energy loss, poor concentration, altered appetite and sleep, […]

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The “Happy Meal” church

I am preparing to do a two-part program on Christian women and depression, and have been doing a lot of research into the causes and cures. In this preparation stage, I’ve met many wonderful women of God who not only have struggled with depression but who are coming out on the other side – only […]

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Feminism: A Reversal of Biblical Standards

Via the Grace To You ministry: Feminism: A Reversal of Biblical Standards Monday, July 29, 2013  by John MacArthur Satan delights in wreaking havoc on the church. He twists the truth on every issue, creating doctrinal confusion wherever he can. He has been particularly successful in distorting the roles God has designed for men and […]

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What is Gnosticism?

There is actually no such thing as “Christian Gnosticism,” because true Christianity and Gnosticism are very different, and the principles of Gnosticism contradict what it means to be a Christian. Gnosticism was the most dangerous heresy that threatened the early church during the first three centuries. Influenced by such philosophers as Plato, Gnosticism is based […]

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How to study the Bible for yourself

Welcome to the Bible study section of our ministry! We believe spending time in God’s Word and discovering to discern truth for ourselves is the most important part of Naomi’s Table.  We encourage you to use these podcasts and notes for your own personal study, or with girls, teens and women around your own table. […]

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