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Grace Series: It Has Appeared to All

“For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men, teaching us…” (Titus 2:11-12). The phrase, “the grace of God” refers to the system of grace which is found in the New Testament.  The message of the … Continue reading

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Miracles (Part 2)

There are different words used in the Bible to describe super-natural work: (1) “Miracle” (e.g. Luke 23:8; Acts 2:22).  The word is from the Greek, “dunamis” (it is from this word we derive our word “dynamite”).  The word refers to … Continue reading

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How Do You Use The Bible?

Centuries ago in Spain, a Prince of Grenada, for political reasons, was sentenced to life in solitary confinement.  He was imprisoned in Madrid’s “The Place of the Skull” prison.  He was allowed one book, the Bible.  He read it through, … Continue reading

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Jesus: Divine Language

One strong evidence to the Deity of Christ is the language used in connection with Him.  I would suggest to you that no other man was so spoken of as Jesus. First, consider Matthew 28:18-20.  Matthew 28:19 reads, “Go ye … Continue reading

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