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When Is A Divorce, A Divorce?
A couple gets divorced for reasons other than fornication. In time, one of them remarries, or becomes sexually involved with another. May the other partner (in that original marriage) now remarry with God’s approval? There are brethren, “conservative brethren,” on … Continue reading
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Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage (Jesus: Tested, Part 2)
Jesus made clear that God’s ideal for marriage did not include divorce. His plan was for husband and wife to become one flesh: “Two individuals they are, two personalities; but they are one in love, in aim, in purpose” (Roy … Continue reading
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You Have Heard… But I Say
These words are used six times by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount. Two verses are helpful in interpreting these words. (1) Matthew 5:20, “For I say to you, unless your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the scribes and … Continue reading
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The Unpardonable Sin
I was studying with an eighty-seven year old woman. She was a Methodist, who had never been baptized in the right way, or for the right reason. She wanted to be, and later would be, but at this point she … Continue reading
Posted in Evidence, Forgiveness, Holy Spirit, mormon, Mormons, Plan of salvation, Sin, Textual study, Uncategorized Tagged 1 Corinthians 6, 1 Timothy 1, adultery, back slidding, beelzebub, blasphemy, blasphemy against the holy spirit, Corinthians, doctrine and covenents, elizabeth reed, fornication, Homosexuality, Mark 3, Matthew 12, methodist, Mormons, murder, paul, rejecting evidence, sin against the holy spirit, song o why not tonight, the unpardonable sin Leave a comment
Is It in Your Heart?
“For all who have sinned without the law will perish without the law,and all who have sinned under the law will be judged by the law” (Romans 2:12). The point is “there is no partiality with God” (Romans 2:11). … Continue reading
Posted in Judgment, Old Testament/New Testament, Phrase Study, Textual study Tagged adultery, blood, conscience, fornication, gentiles, heart, idolatry, jews, law in heart, law on heart, law unto themselves, old testament/new testament, partiarchal and mosaic system, Romans 2, simularies between laws, three dispensations, warning light, with law, without law, works of law Leave a comment
Ethics: Sex (part 1)
Sex is very much a part of the American life. “The Pill” was introduced to American married women in 1960. Since 1972, “The Pill” has been available to both married and non-married women. “In 2008, Americans spent $3.5 billion on … Continue reading
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“Such Were Some of You”
Likely, there are many things in your life which you wish you’d never done. But, you did do these things. You, my friend, are not alone; The early church was filled with people just like you. The Standard “ Do … Continue reading
Posted in Plan of salvation, Sin, Textual study, Word Study Tagged 1 Corinthians 6, adultery, covetous, drunkards, fornication idolatry, homosexual, reviler, theft, unrighteous, wahed Leave a comment