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Spiritual Warfare as seen by Paul

A battlefield, it seems, unfolds before our eyes in the first nine verses of Paul’s Galatian letter, with clearly drawn lines of demarcation between the camps, portending a fierce fight to the death against dissidents and enemies who have invaded Paul’s missionary...

Agape Love seen by Paul

Paul in 1 Cor. 16:21-24 sets forth a view of Agape Love.  He loves those who are in Christ while bringing judgment upon apostates, reprobates, the blackslidden, and the lukewarm.  Those judged by Paul are either judged with a convicting judgment (for a chance of...

How I know David and Jonathan Weren’t Gay by J Lee Grady

Some “theologians” today are perverting Bible stories to promote their agenda. We can’t let them hijack the gospel. A few weeks ago when I addressed the topic of homosexuality, a reader posted a comment on our forum suggesting that the biblical King David and his...

Doctrine of Imminence

Time and again, I have wondered why the ministry has been so hard. It has taken years to arrive at the point where we are at. I have recently uncovered the problem. The problem is the fact that I still hold on to the Doctrine of Imminence. That the New Testament...

Man’s Curse

This foretells the hard labor which man would endure under the conditions of the curse. The very elements would be adverse, making him suffer for his sin. Hard labor would break him down physically finally resulting in his death (Eccles. 3:20; Eccles. 12:7; Psalm...

Where Did Cain Get His Wife?

Adam and Eve were the only people on earth immediately after the six days’ work of re-creation. They were commanded to multiply and replenish the earth (Genesis 1:26-28), and they had sons and daughters (Genesis 4:1; Genesis 5:4; Genesis 6:1). The first marriages had...

Benefits of Christ’s Atonement

The unconditional benefits of Christ’s Atonement may be divided into (1) the continued existence of the human race forever (Mt. 25:31-46; Zech. 8:23; 14:1-21; Isa. 2:2-4; 66:19-21;Dan. 2:44-45), (2) the restoration of humanity as a whole to the ability to be saved...

Conditions on God’s Blessings

When and how long did God bless the kings of David’s house? As long as they met the conditions laid down here. Even David was dealt with because of sin (2 Samuel 11-18). Solomon his son, the second king of David’s house, was blessed as long as he obeyed; but when he...

I must continue to believe

1 John 5:13 reads, "These things have I written unto you that believe on the name of the Son of God; that ye may know that ye have eternal life, and that ye may believe on the name of the Son of God. (1 Jn. 5:13 KJV). 1 John 5:13 reads, "Ταῦτα ἔγραψα ὑμῖν τοῖς...

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