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The Bible

The Bible is also called the “Word of God” [1] and “the Scriptures,” [2] but they all mean the same thing – the written account of God’s creative purpose and dealings with mankind since the creation of the world, where … Continue reading

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A close look at Matthew 7:21-13

Matthew 7:21-23 21 “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only those who do the will of My Father who is in heaven. 22 On that day many will say to Me, … Continue reading

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The Most Important Thing

The more I meditate upon the Word of God and pray about what I see, for confirmation, the more I experience both exhilaration and sadness. Exhilaration at gaining a deeper insight into the mind of God toward us, and sadness … Continue reading

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The Nature of Eternal Life, part 4

Today I am only going to hit one passage because there is a lot going in within it. We will look at Matthew 7:21-23 in great detail, but I am going to begin by breaking it down into individual verses, then … Continue reading

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A Study on Eternal Life, part 3

John 5:28-29  ” Do not marvel at this, for an hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice  and come out, those who have done good to the resurrection of life, and those who have done … Continue reading

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The nature of eternal life, part 2

Rather than continue posting only one passage at a time with its separate examination, I will post a couple of passages here for discussion and information:   “Whoever believes [1] in the Son has eternal life. Whoever does not obey … Continue reading

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Gospel Elements according to the Scriptures, not man’s doctrines.

1.  God is sovereign, but this fact does not mean that He forces His will in all things – most especially when it comes to eternal life.  In Him we have obtained an inheritance, having been predestined according to the … 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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