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Antithetical Doctrines Provide Gospel Clarity

Antithetical Doctrines Provide Gospel Clarity By Mike Gendron Have you ever considered how antithetical statements in the Bible can be used to bring clarity to the Gospel? Antithetical assertions are effective because they help people see contrasting consequences. Just as a diamond sparkles brighter when it is laid on a…

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The Rapture Matters

The Rapture Matters By Nathan Jones Is the Rapture coming soon? And, does it even matter? Tim Moore: In Paul’s letter to Titus, he says that Christians should “wait for the blessed hope — the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ” (Titus 2:13). This…

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Transported

Transported By Jerry McDermott In the book of Revelation, the New Jerusalem is mentioned as being twelve thousand furlongs in length, height, and width. Since this translates to 1500 miles square, it would seem difficult to move around in such a large edifice. In addition, the building is rather tall…

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Behold The Black Horse

Behold The Black Horse By Jack Kelley Note: While Jack wrote this article many years ago and with the current situation with high inflation caused by Joe Biden's policies, it seems timely to read what the Bible says about inflation in the end times. When the Lamb opened the third…

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Be Perfect, As Your Heavenly Father Is Perfect

Be Perfect, As Your Heavenly Father Is Perfect A Bible Study by Jack Kelley Matt. 5:21-48 is a part of the Sermon on the mount that has always bothered me. It’s not what Jesus taught that’s a problem for me, but how it has been perceived. I grew up learning…

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The Sermon On the Mount, Continued

The Sermon On the Mount, Continued A Bible Study by Jack Kelley In our study of Matt. 5:21-48 (Be Perfect, Therefore, As Your Heavenly Father Is Perfect) I showed why I believe that Jesus, while not specifically addressing the Pharisees, certainly had them in mind when He explained what it…

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The Sermon On The Mount, Conclusion

The Sermon On The Mount, Conclusion A Bible Study by Jack Kelley The final installment of our three part study covers Matthew 7, the conclusion of the Lord’s “Sermon on the Mount.” Judging Others “Do not judge, or you too will be judged.  For in the same way you judge…

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Contrasting Covenants and Confirmations – Part 1

Contrasting Covenants and Confirmations – Part 1 By Randy Nettles Terah, the father of Abram (Abraham), was originally from the land of Ur of the Chaldeans in Mesopotamia. According to Joshua, Terah was a pagan and served false gods. “Your fathers, including Terah, the father of Abraham and the father…

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Contrasting Covenants and Confirmations – Part 2

Contrasting Covenants and Confirmations – Part 2 By Randy Nettles David became king of Israel in 1010 BC and ruled for 40 years until about 970 BC. He died at 70 years of age. David was a descendant from the lineage of Jacob’s son, Judas. David’s son, Solomon, became king…

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Shine On!

Shine On! By Randy Nettles “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was without form and void; darkness was on the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. Then God said, Let there be light,…

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