- Divorce And Remarriage And Jewish Betrothal - The Divorce and Remarriage Jewish Betrothal theory is that the “except it be for fornication” (Mat 19:9) exception given by Jesus was only concern the end of Jewish betrothals or engagements and not concerning ending a marriage with divorce and remarrying.
The follow are some objections to the Jewish Betrothal [...]
- Whosoever Is Born Of God Cannot Sin? - Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him: and he cannot sin, because he is born of God. — 1 John 3:9 KJV
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Whoever has been born of God does not [continuously] sin, for His seed remains in him; and he cannot [...]
- Inerrancy Infallibility And Plenary Inspiration - By faith I believe in the inerrancy, infallibility, and plenary inspiration of the New and Old Testament scriptures.
“The words of the LORD are pure words” — Psa 12:6
“For ever, O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven.” — Psa 119:89
“Thy word is true from the beginning” — Psa 119:160
- Sarx And The NIV Translation Sinful Nature - I have been doing quite a bit of research lately concerning the moral defect man has been born with and how salvation and sanctification deals with this problem.
A large part of this study has included the different doctrinal postions concerning whether this moral defect is inherited from Adam’s fall or [...]
- Offences Will Come - Time can soften the hearts of those we have offended or of those who have committed offences toward us.
We should alway give time for God work and never be in a big rush to clear up the faults and failures of others. It is the Lord’s will that the love [...]
- NHL Hockey Is Sinful - I think hockey in the NHL form is sinful. It is a game of fights, emulation, very hard body checks that often cause injuries, swearing, verbal abuse, and all manner of evil thoughts and evil speaking between the teams.
Jesus wouldn’t kick back and watch the game but he would call [...]
- The Mosaic Law Has Been Changed - Offerings and sacrifices, war, slavery, holy lying, polygamy, concubines, tithing, holy days, feasts, meat laws, musical instruments for worship, jewelery, capital punishment, revenge, and oaths were put away with the old covenant.
Following are some examples with new covenant and old covenant references.
- New And Old Covenant - I have posted 2Cor 3:6-12 in three different versions. I think this is a beautiful scripture comparing the old covenant and the new covenant.
I am making a memorization card on the Mosaic Law Has Passed. So I have been looking at some of the scriptures in different translations of [...]
- If They Shall Fall Away - One of my greatest objects against the King James Translation is that it is a translation that is tainted by the doctrine of Calvinism. In Hebrews 6:6 we have a clear example of strong Calvinistic influence. This is a good reason why we should not just be reading or studying [...]
- Impossible For Those Who Were Once Enlightened - For it is impossible for those who were once enlightened, and have tasted of the heavenly gift, and were made partakers of the Holy Ghost, And have tasted the good word of God, and the powers of the world to come, If they shall fall away, to renew them again [...]
- If Thy Brother Shall Trespass Against Thee - “Moreover if thy brother shall trespass against thee, go and tell him his fault between thee and him alone: if he shall hear thee, thou hast gained thy brother.
But if he will not hear thee, then take with thee one or two more, that in the mouth of two or [...]
- What Do I Believe - 1. In one true God who is all powerful, all knowing, and everywhere, who has revealed himself to mankind in three persons. The father, the Son and the Holy Spirit who are coexistent, coequal and coeternal.
2. That God through Jesus created the world in 6 literal days as recorded in [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 16 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 16.
Rom 16:1-2 The apostle commends to the Christians at Rome Phoebe, a deaconess of the Church at Cenchrea.
Rom 16:3-5 Sends greetings to Aquila and Priscilla, of whom he gives a high character; and greets also the Church at their house.
Rom 16:6-16 Mentions several [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 15 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 15.
Rom 15:1-3 The strong should bear the infirmities of the weak, and each strive to please, not himself, but his neighbor, after the example of Christ.
Rom 15:4 Whatsoever was written in old times was written for our learning.
Rom 15:5-6 We should be of [...]
- Overview of Romans Chapter 14 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 14.
Rom 14:1 In things indifferent, Christians should not condemn each other.
Rom 14:2-4 Particularly with respect to different kinds of food.
Rom 14:5-6 And the observation of certain days.
Rom 14:7-9 None of us should live unto himself, but unto Christ, who lived and died for [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 13 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 13.
Rom 13:1-2 Subjection to civil governors inculcated, from the consideration that civil government is according to the ordinance of God; and that those who resist the lawfully constituted authorities shall receive condemnation.
Rom 13:3 And those who are obedient shall receive praise.
Rom 13:4 The [...]
- Overview of Romans Chapter 11 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 11.
Rom 11:1-5 God has not universally nor finally rejected Israel; nor are they all at present rejecters of the Gospel, for there is a remnant of true believers now, as there was in the days of the Prophet Elijah.
Rom 11:6 These have embraced [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 10 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 10.
Rom 10:1 The apostle expresses his earnest desire for the salvation of the Jews.
Rom 10:2-4 Having a zeal for God, but not according to knowledge, they sought salvation by works, and not by faith in Christ.
Rom 10:5 The righteousness which is of the [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 9 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 9.
Rom 9:1-3 Paul expresses his great sorrow for the unbelief and obstinacy of the Jews.
Rom 9:4-5 Whose high privileges he enumerates.
Rom 9:6-17 Points out the manner in which God has chosen to communicate the knowledge of his name to both Jews and Gentiles; [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 8 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 8.
Rom 8:1-2 The happy state of those who believe in Christ, and walk under the influence of his Spirit.
Rom 8:3-4 The design of God in sending his Son into the world was to redeem men from sin.
Rom 8:6-8 The miserable state of the [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 7 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 7.
Rom 7:1 The law has power over a man as long as he lives.
Rom 7:2-3 And a wife is bound to her husband only as long as he lives.
Rom 7:5-7 Christian believers are delivered from the Mosaic law by Christ Jesus, and united [...]
- Overview Of Romans - I’m dong an overview study of the book of Romans today. This was the book I was reading when the Lord saved my soul some 30 years when I was going time in jail for trafficking drugs.
I remember just as clear as if it was yesterday how God supernaturally [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 6 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 6.
Rom 6:1 We must not abuse the boundless goodness of God by continuing in sin, under the wicked persuasion that the more we sin the more the grace of God will abound.
Rom 6:2-4 For, having been baptized into Christ, we have professed [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 5 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 5.
Rom 5:1 The effects of justification by faith, peace with God.
Rom 5:2 The joyous hope of eternal glory.
Rom 5:3 Glorying in tribulations.
Rom 5:4 And gaining thereby patience, experience, and hope.
Rom 5:5 And having the love of God shed abroad in the heart [...]
- Overview Of Romans Chapter 4 - Here is an Overview Of Romans Chapter 4.
Rom 4:1-5 Abraham was justified by faith, and not by the works of the law; for his faith was imputed to him for righteousness.
Rom 4:6-8 David also bears testimony to the same doctrine.
Rom 4:9-12 Abraham, the father of the Jewish race, was [...]