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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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Better Than The Work of Levitical Priests (Part 1)
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 eight. 1. Two Tabernacles “We have such a High Priest, … Continue reading
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Your Brother’s Bloods
God said to Cain, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood cries out to Me from the ground” (Genesis 4:10). The literal language is “bloods” (plural), not “blood (singular). What is the significance? (1) Does it refer … Continue reading
Holy Spirit: In Sanctification (Part 1)
Sanctification is “the separation of the believer from evil things and ways” (Vine’s). The verb “sanctify” refers to “the setting apart of the believer for God” (Vine’s), “to separate from things profane and dedicate to God” (Thayer). Sanctification could be … Continue reading
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Life in Blood
“The life of the flesh is in the blood” (Leviticus 17:11). How true this is! Man could not live without it. Blood performs many functions for man: (1) oxygenates cells; (2) removes carbon dioxide and other waste from cells; (3) … Continue reading
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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
There are many advantages to living in twenty-first century America. “It was not very long ago, as history is measured, when such things as oranges or cocoa were the luxuries of the rich and when it was considered an extravagance … Continue reading
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