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It is Impossible!
We do not like the word ‘impossible.’ We like to think that all things are possible. Here is what some have said. Tommy Lasorda is quoted as saying, “The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in man’s determination” … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Hebrews, salvation, Word Study Tagged anchor of hope, animal sacrifices, blood flowed both ways, blood of animal sacrifices counld not take away sin, camel eye of needle, courage, devin dean, endurace, faith, hall of fame of faith, Hebrews 10:4, Hebrews 11:6, Hebrews 6:18, Hebrews 6:4-6, heros of faith, hope, impossible, impossible for God to lie, impossible that bulls and goats take away sin, impossible to please without faith, impossible to renew, international gospel teacher, jeff archey, living by faith, Matthew 19:26, mental assent, michael phelps, miley cyrus, misused passages, obedience, Philippians 4:13, priscilla j. owens, pursue peace and holiness, robert milligan, roger clemens, royce frederick, salvation of rich, selena, song we have an anchor, tom wacaster, tommy lasorda, trust, venus williams, wayne jackson, with God all things possible, without faith impossible to please Leave a comment
Better Than The Work of Levitical Priests (Part 3)
The work of Jesus is superior to the work done by Levitical priests. This is set forth in three chapters (Hebrews 8-10). In this writing, we will consider Hebrews chapter ten. 1. Shadow v. Very Image “For the law, having … Continue reading
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World Religions: Judaism
Judaism is the smallest of the five major world religions: Christianity; Islam; Hinduism; Buddhism; Judaism (A World religion is an internationally widespread religion – Wikipedia). It numbers almost 14 million (Largest Religions in the World, worldatlascom). Most of these live … Continue reading
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Mercy Series: I Desire Mercy
“I desire mercy and not sacrifice and knowledge of God more than burnt offerings” (Hosea 6:6). Do not misunderstand. God required animal sacrifices and burnt offerings under the Mosaic Dispensation and the Patriarchal Dispensation (e.g. Genesis 4:4; 8:20-21; 22:1-14; Exodus … Continue reading
Posted in Fellowship, Mercy, Priorities, Textual study, Word Study Tagged 2 Timothy 1:16-18, animal sacrifices, be merciful, benevolence, burnt offerings, fellowship, homer hailey, Hosea 6:6, I desire knowledge of God more than burnt offerings, I desire mercy not sacrifice, kindness, many turned from paul, Matthew 12:1-8, not ashamed, not ashamed of chains, onesiphorus, onesiphorus ministers to paul, onesiphorus refreshes paul, onesiphorus sought out paul, paul's chains, persecution Leave a comment