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Misused Passages (Part 1)
There are certain passages which are commonly misused. I am speaking of passages which are misused by brethren, not the passages which are misused by the world at large. These passages are sometimes used as crutch passages, to support a … Continue reading
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Does Truth Reveal One Plan of Salvation?
What is truth? It is reality. The New Testament declares that God’s word is truth (John 17:17; Ephesians 1:13; Colossians 1:5-6). God’s word declares spiritual reality. This is what the New Testament declares. According to the New Testament, each accountable … Continue reading
Posted in baptism, Cofession, Doctrine, evangelism, God`s word, Plan of salvation, Repentance, Soul Winning, truth Tagged agnosticism, arrogant, baptism, believe, book: piloting the strait, confess, dave miller, faith and knowledge, God's relationship to His word, hear, implication, law of excluded middle, living faithfully, logic and the bible, mac deaver, no firm stand, one heart journal, plan of salvation, repent, the bible is propositional, thomas b. warren, truth, what is truth Leave a comment
Christmas, Should We or Shouldn’t We?
Some people welcome Christmas, and go “all out” for it. Trees are set up and decorated with lights, ornaments, and tinsel. Lights and decorations are placed on the exterior of houses, and in lawns. Christmas music is played. Presents are … Continue reading
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Matthew 12:1-8 – Situation Ethics?
“At that time Jesus went through the grain fields on the Sabbath. And His disciples were hungry, and began to pluck the heads of grain and to eat. And when the Pharisees saw it, they said to Him, ‘Look, Your … Continue reading
Posted in Ethics, Mercy, Sabbath Tagged angelfire, book: piloting the strait, c.e. dorris, circumcision, dave miller, David, Deuteronomy 23:25-26, Exodus 12:16, greater tha temple, Hosea 6:6, Leviticus 19:9-10, Lord of sabbath, Matthew 12, mercy, mercy not sacrifice, pharisees, pharisees sabbath rules, plucking grain, priests, sabbath, showbread, situation ethics, situational ethics Leave a comment
The Beatitudes: The Merciful
“Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy” (Matthew 5:7). It is reported that Mohandas Gandhi once told the British Viceroy of India, Lord Irwin: “When your country and mine shall get together on the teachings laid down by … Continue reading
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The Beatitudes: Those Who Hunger and Thirst
“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for (after KJV) righteousness, for they shall be filled” (Matthew 5:6). The longer I live, the more convinced I am that true discipleship starts with attitude and will. It is an internal desire and … Continue reading
Posted in beatitudes, sermon on mount, Textual study, Word Study Tagged attitude, beattitudes, blessed, dave miller, dikaiosune, dipsao, h. leo boles, happy, importance of attitude, j.w. mcgarvey, Job 23:12, makarios, Matthew 5:6, Matthew 6:33, peinao, Philippians 3:7-9, Psalm 119, Psalm 19, Psalm 42, righteousness, sermon on mount, strong desire to be right with God, they shall be filled, those who hunger and thirst Leave a comment
The Beatitudes: Those Who Mourn
“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4). Compare Moses and the Ten Commandments with Jesus and the Sermon on the Mount. Moses spent forty days and forty nights alone on Mount Sinai, before he presented … Continue reading
Posted in beatitudes, sermon on mount, Textual study, Word Study Tagged a sport to do evil, approval of sinful pratices, attitude, beattitudes, blessed, dave miller, do not blush, happy, j.h. sammis, jeremiah weeps, Jesus weeps, laugh and joke about sin, makarios, Matthew 5:4, moses and ten commandments v. Jesus and sermon on mount, paul weeps, pentheo, rejoice in doing evil, roland leavell, sermon on mount, song trust and obey, ten commandments, they shall be comforted, those who mourn, weep over person sin, weep over sin, weep over sin of others Leave a comment
Christians Do The Same
There is frequently a cry of moral equivalency between Islam and Christianity. “Muslims have been violent, but so have Christians. Muslims are waging jihad, but what about the crusades, the Spanish Inquisition, and the Conquistadors? The Quran teaches warfare, but so … Continue reading
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