Category Archives: Teaching on the New Covenant

Do you have questions about the Bible or Christianity in general?

This morning while I was laying in bed, meditating on spiritual things (Rom. 8:5-6), I believe the Spirit directed my mind to this thought: “There are many ‘question and answer sites’ out there, but none that give answers according to … Continue reading

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Covenanting (particularly Ancient Near Eastern (ANE) Covenanting)

God’s grace in relating to His people by initiating covenants with them is a major theme of the Bible. [1] In introducing this chapter, I want to discuss the importance of adding covenant understanding and application to Biblical Hermeneutics. First, … Continue reading

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Righteousness and Holiness

Righteousness and holiness…opposite (but complimentary) sides of the same coin. Righteousness speaks of doing what is right in God’s eyes – walking in obedience to what He wants us to do. Holiness speaks of keeping one’s self unspotted by sin … Continue reading

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Church History and knowledge of ANE Covenants

     In an effort to avoid all the unnecessary details of history, this summery will consist only of those historical points relative to the discussion at hand. The book of Acts gives us much information concerning the early Church: … Continue reading

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The Problem

When we examine the 1st century Church side by side against the Church of the 21st  century, and correctly understand what the Scriptures teach as the signs of a healthy church, we can recognize a problem in the American Church today. … Continue reading

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Your purpose for existing

Why are we all here? What is the purpose behind our lives? Science (divorced from evolutionary nonsense) demonstrates that life could never have taken place on the earth by strictly natural causes (nor anywhere else in the cosmos, for that … Continue reading

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Sanctification, in depth

Holiness is being separated unto God. As an example, the utensils used in the Tabernacle in the daily ministrations were holy, designed for that purpose only. Because they were designated and set aside for God’s purposes, they were overlain with … Continue reading

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An Important Lesson – spending time with God

Here is an important lesson that seemingly few today have learned, that of spending time with God. When we spend time with God, several things take place as “natural” phenomena according to the principles of the world of the supernatural … Continue reading

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The New Covenant’s treatment of sin in the life of the believer

Jeremiah 31:31-34 31 Behold, the days are coming, declares the LORD, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah,  32 not like the covenant that I made with their fathers on … Continue reading

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What does Jesus have to say about obedience to God?

It has recently been called into question, by one of my readers, that God does not require from us to love on people, to walk in love towards people. The premise by which this person makes this accusation is that … Continue reading

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