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Tag Archives: sanctification
5 Great Things: (#3) The Great Responsibility
Johnny Ramsey was one of the instructors when I attended Brown Trail School of Preaching. One of his classes was General Epistles (James – Jude). He taught us to remember each chapter by one key point. He provided the following … Continue reading
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The Church: The Called Out
“I will build My church” (Matthew 16:18). The original word translated “church” is ekklesia. It is commonly translated “church,” “congregation,” and “assembly.” It comes from ek = “out” and kaleo = “to call.” The original word was used long before Jesus built His church. (1) … Continue reading
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Holy Spirit: In Sanctification (Part 3)
The Bible clearly teaches that God sanctifies. Moreover, it clearly teaches that He does so indirectly, mediately through the word of God (John 17:17). He does so indirectly through the influence of the word of God. However, some believe that … Continue reading
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In The News: Dennis Prager
Dennis Prager is a wise man. I enjoy his weekly Fireside Chats. Rarely do I miss viewing this weekly program. His Rational Bible Commentary series on the Torah contains some good thoughts. However, no one should be blindly followed. All … Continue reading →