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Fire in My Bones
“Then I said, ‘I will not make mention of Him, nor speak anymore in His name” (Jeremiah 20:9a). Jeremiah was tired of the fight. He was mocked by what seemed like everyone (Jeremiah 20:7, 10). He was in derision daily … Continue reading
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“The harvest is past, The summer is ended, And we are not saved!” (Jeremiah 8:20). These are extremely sad words. Judah was not in a saved condition. There are two common interpretations of this verse. Wayne Jackson comments, “This may … Continue reading
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Easter, a Special Holy Day?
Some people avoid any connection with Easter. It is to them an unauthorized special holy day at best, and a pagan holiday at worst. Some people place special emphasis on Easter Sunday. They attend the worship assembly, when they ordinarily … Continue reading
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Conscience: Bearing Witness
“The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God” (Romans 8:16). Please notice that it does not say, “The Spirit… bears witness to our spirit.” Instead, it says, “The Spirit… bears witness with our spirit.” … Continue reading
The Potter and The Clay
“The word which came to Jeremiah from the LORD saying: ‘Arise and go down to the potter’s house, and there I will cause you to hear My words.’ Then I went down to the potter’s house, and there he was, … Continue reading
Posted in calvinism, God's Sovereignty, Man, Prophecy, Textual study Tagged adam clarke, adelaide pollard, can one change, character, choice, clay, david lipscomb, destruction of Israel, foy wallace jr., free will, God's Sovereignty, jeremiah, Jeremiah 18, Jeremiah 19, moses, pharaoh, pliable, potter, potter and clay, potter wheel, potters house, responsible, robert taylor jr., Romans 9, song: have thine own way, vessel for destruction, vessel for honor, vessel of glory, vessel of wrath, wayne jackson Leave a comment
The Church: God’s Field, God’s Building and God’s Flock
“You are God’s field” (1 Corinthians 3:9). Paul was writing to “the church of God which is at Corinth” (1 Corinthians 1:2). He referred to them as “God’s field” (1 Corinthians 3:9). Why is the church metaphorically referred to as … Continue reading
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Is Man Born In Sin? (Part 2)
Many teach that man is born in sin. Consider: (1) Catechism of the Catholic Church Second Edition – “(Adam) has transmitted to us a sin with which we are all born afflicted, a sin which is the ‘death of the … Continue reading
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Suggestions for Bible Students (Part 3)
Wayne Jackson has written, “It is the epitome of folly to ignore the labors of countless Bible scholars across the centuries who have made available, by means of the printed page, the results of their research. One of the wonders … Continue reading →