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Tag Archives: confession
Better Than Levitical / Aaronic Priesthood (Part 1)
Christ is a better priest than ever existed under the law of Moses. His office is better (Hebrews 4:14-7:28). His work is better (Hebrews 8:1-10:31). Let’s consider the comparison of office, as set forth in Hebrews Chapter four and five. … Continue reading
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The Ethiopian Eunuch’s Confession (Acts 8:37)
“And the eunuch said, ‘See here is water. What hinders me from being baptized?’” (Acts 8:36). “Then Philip said, ‘If you believe with all your heart, you may.’ And he answered and said, ‘I believe that Jesus Christ is the … Continue reading
Onward Christian Soldier
In the tenth chapter of Matthew, Jesus sent the twelve out on a mission that is commonly called the limited commission. He told them that for their preaching they would be: hated (v. 22), verbally abused (v. 25), rejected and … Continue reading
Posted in Dedication, Endurance, Preachers, Preaching, Textual study Tagged beated, christian soldier, confess Him before men, confession, dedication, delivered up to councils, difficulties of life, do not deny Him, Endurance, kill body but can do no more, kill body cannot kill soul, limited commission and beyond, Matthew 10, ostracized, persected, persecution, put to death, sabine baring-gould, song onward christian soldiers, verbal abuse, wise as serpents and harmless as doves Leave a comment
A Closer Look at Romans 10:9-10
This is a favorite passages of some who wish to deny the essentiality of baptism, and the need of living a faithful life. Even some who know better than this, still struggle with explaining clearly, just what this passage teaches. … Continue reading
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