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5 Great Things: (#4) The Great Name
“So they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for His name. And daily in the temple and in every house, they did not cease teaching and preaching Jesus as the … Continue reading
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The Truly Wise
“Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show by good conduct that his works are done in the meekness of wisdom” (James 3:13). The truly wise demonstrate their wisdom in two ways. (1) They demonstrate it by good … Continue reading
Posted in christian growth, Christian Influence, Preachers, Textual study, Word Study Tagged adam clarke, asv, bitter envy, christian living, demonic, diakritos, earthly wisdom, education, eirenike, eleous, envy, epieikes, epistemon, eritheian, esv, eupeithes, foy valentine, full of good fruit, full of mercy, gentle, good conduct, good fruit, good works, Guy N. Woods, hagne, how to show wisdom, hupokritos, IQ, James 1:22, James 3:1, James 3:13-18, jealousy, jj turner, Matthew 7:24, meekness, mercy, nasb, peaceable, poor teacher, pure, r.l. whiteside, rubel shelly, self seeking, sensual, sophos, teacher, thayer, unwavering, varience, vines, willing to yield, Wisdom, wisdom from above, wise teacher, without hypocrisy, without partiality, zelon 1 Comment
There are things that man must have for physical survival. He cannot survive very long without them. “How long can we survive without the basics? Every person and situation is different, though the ‘rule of threes’ gets at the desperate … Continue reading
Posted in Faith, Hebrews, salvation, Word Study Tagged abraham, actions, air, ambition, bagd, book of Hebrews, businessinsider.com, cant do without, christian living, desire, endure hardships, faith, figure of speech, focus, food, Hebrews 11:6, Hebrews 12:14, Hebrews 9:22, holiness, lifestyle, moses, Noah, peace, record fast, record holding breath, records, robert milligan, rule of threes, sean kane, song without Him, synecdoche, talmud, water, without, without blood, without faith, without peace and holiness, world record Leave a comment
Let’s define what is meant. Practical atheism is “holding an intellectual belief in God but thinking, feeling, and behaving as if there were no God” (Rubel Shelly, Atheists on the Church Rolls, quoted by Dick Sztanyo in Practical Atheism and … Continue reading
Posted in Christian Influence, Dedication Tagged atheists on church rolls, book diamonds in the rough, brad harrub, burt jones, christian living, dick sztanyo, faith without works, financial support of church, influence, Luke 8:14, pratical atheism, reading Bible, rubel shelly, Titus 1:16, warrenapologetics.org, what's the fifference Leave a comment
What Does the Lord Require?
God has given many commandments. It is said that the Old Covenant contained 613 commandments Israelites were to follow. It is said that the New Covenant contains 1,050 commandments Christians are to follow. Whatever the numbers, God has given many … Continue reading
Posted in Humility, Meaning and Purpose, Mercy, Textual study Tagged burnt offerings, christian living, david limbaugh, do justly, living by faith, love mercy, Meaning and Purpose, Micah 6, millard erickson, number of new testament commandments, number of old testament commandments, offer first born, rivers of oil, summary of what God requires, walk humbly, what does God want Leave a comment
“…The Temple of the Lord, The Temple of the Lord, The Temple of the Lord…”
Jeremiah 7:4 says, “Do not trust in these lying words, saying, ‘The temple of the LORD, the temple of the LORD, the temple of the LORD are these.’” What is meant my these words? What is the warning? Observe the … Continue reading