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Time Periods in the Bible: How Should We Read the Gospels?
As I mentioned in the last article on time periods, there are many things from the Gospels that are directly applicable to the modern-day Christian. Much of Jesus’ teaching ministry focused on how the disciples ...
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Love Never Fails
1 Corinthians 13 is beautifully placed between chapters that challenge believers to live in love with one another, especially in the church. Chapter 13 on love sets the heart of how we are able to ...
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Jesus’ Example of Endurance
Many of the events that preceded Jesus’ suffering and crucifixion focused on his hope thereby preparing him to endure. An example of this is when Jesus said to his disciples, “Some of those who are ...
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Salt & Light
We live in a challenging and draining time. The stock market is at a record high, while many small businesses have closed permanently, and those that remain are stymied by short staffing. Inflation is on ...
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Time Periods in the Bible: Jesus Preparing His Disciples
In the introductory article on time periods, we considered the idea that much of the Gospels are actually applicable for the church. While some would agree, others (mostly dispensationalists) might find that statement shocking. There ...
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Anxiety and Worry, Scriptures and Prayer
Luke 21:34-36. Be on guard, so that your hearts will not be weighted down with dissipation [corruptness] and drunkenness and the worries of life, and that day will not come on you suddenly like a ...
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Honesty
2 Peter 1:2. Grace and peace be multiplied to you in the knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord. “Grace” and “peace” are part of the greetings in every church Epistle. Grace is God’s ...
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Elisha, a Type of Jesus as “Father”
The Old Testament is full of typology concerning Christ Jesus of Nazareth. The sacrificial system of the law serves as type for the sacrifice that Jesus made for all of humanity. Passover shows that through ...
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Time Periods in the Bible: Introduction
One of the most important keys to understanding the Bible is discerning how to apply what is written based on the time period in which it was written and the audience for whom it was ...
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What the World Needs Now…Is Godly Justice and Kindness
If you think back to your childhood, you can certainly think of a time when you were accused of doing something you did not do and received a punishment for it – especially if you ...
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