Monday, December 5, 2016

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Who is the Good Samaritan?

Who is the Good Samaritan? Introduction When we approach the Scripture we must always... 


The Kingdom of Heaven Does Not Forcibly Advance

The Kingdom of Heaven Does Not Forcibly Advance (Matt 11:12) And from the days... 


Anti-Gospel of Spiritual Maturity

This post article is an excerpt from Healing: Hope or Hype? Eloquent Books Copyright... 


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Fascinated By God’s Beauty

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The New Jezebel – Podcast Discussion

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Revive What?

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God’s Longing For You – Part 1

Many people define religion as man’s search for God. However, the Bible paints a beautiful portrait of God’s search for man. The mystery of it all is that God pursues man! When Adam and Eve hid from His presence, the Lord called, “Where are you?” (Gen. 3:9). It’s a call that goes out again and again. You’ve heard it. It’s the echo of a... [Read more of this review]


Hebrews 7:25 – Jesus IS the Heavenly Intercession

There is a common understanding of Hebrews 7:25 that gives the impression that Jesus is not at rest, seated on the throne on high after His resurrection, but rather is engaged in eternal intercession, praying to the Father, more or less pleading for humanity, in the eternal state, forever and ever. This is very unfortunate. This understanding... [Read more of this review]


Organic Church vs Church that is Organic

Written by: Stephen Crosby There is no inherent spiritual significance to moving a meeting out of a sanctuary into a living room. The question to be asked is not related to how we meet (form), but how we live life together in Christ (substance) and the values we embrace. Whenever love wanes, efficiently administered corporation ethics subtly and subversively... [Read more of this review]


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