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Repentant or Remorseful?

Repentant or Remorseful? By Matthew White Then Judas, which had betrayed him, when he saw that he was condemned, repented himself, and brought again the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders, saying, “I have sinned in that I have betrayed the innocent blood.” And they said,…

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Book of James – Introduction – Part 1

Book of James - Introduction - Part 1 By Dr. Andy Woods The background of the book of James; a necessary step to go through in Bible study just to show people that James is a real book written to real people with real problems written by a real author,…

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Book of James – Introduction – Part 2

Book of James - Introduction - Part 2 By Dr. Andy Woods We started off with authorship. There are four Jameses mentioned in the New Testament, and we believe that the most likely candidate for the author of the book of James is James, the half-brother of Christ. From there…

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The Unbelievably Amazing Destiny Of The Church

The Unbelievably Amazing Destiny Of The Church A Bible Study by Jack Kelley "But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy,  made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions—it is by grace you have been saved.  And God raised us…

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10 Reasons Why Bible Prophecy Exists

10 Reasons Why Bible Prophecy Exists By Nathan Jones Did you know that a whopping 31% of the Bible is God revealing how events will unfold before they happen? Our Heavenly Father wants His children to know what the future holds! God’s prophetic Word has excited us here at Lamb…

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The Unbiblical Basis of Amillennialism

The Unbiblical Basis of Amillennialism By Jonathan C. Brentner Throughout the Dark Ages and Reformation, Amillennialism remained the mainstay of the church because of three critical factors. I know my title sounds a bit theological. Why even bring up the topic of amillennialism? I do so because a great many…

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What Does the Lord Want From Me Anyway?

What Does the Lord Want From Me Anyway? By Jack Kelley Almost everyone has come up with their own answer to this question, usually a list containing some do’s and lots of don’ts. But amidst all the human opinions and the many admonitions in both old and new testaments to…

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The Year of Jubilee

The Year of Jubilee By Jack Kelley An incredible law of God that is never kept. The Jubilee Year is explained in Leviticus 25. Like the other Sabbaths (holy days) described there, it is a day set apart for both historical and prophetic fulfillment. Its exact timing is subject to…

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The Sword and the Dove

The Sword and the Dove By Hal Lindsey Romans 15:33 pronounces a magnificent blessing. “May the God of peace be with you all. Amen.” In Philippians 4:9, the Holy Spirit confirms this blessing for believers, saying, “The God of peace shall be with you.” He is the God of peace.…

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The Most Important Book – Leviticus

The Most Important Book - Leviticus By Chuck Missler It may come as a surprise to discover that there are a number of Biblical experts who regard the Book of Leviticus as the most important book of the Bible! (Dr. Samuel H. Kellogg, Dr. Albert C. Dudley, J. Vernon McGee,…

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