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The Fault is Not With the Law

What do you think of when you hear the word "covenant?" Most merely think--Old Covenant laws. The book of Hebrews declares there absolutely was a fault with the Old Covenant. But what was the fault? Did you know that a covenant involves not just one entity; rather it takes a...

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Pray for…

 Did you know that you might be transgressing God's law if you don't pray for your enemies? And did you know that God will intervene for others without your prayers on their behalf, but that's not His will. Find out who you should pray for and...

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Love,Peace and Joy—Which Commandent are We Breaking?

Peace and Joy are two spiritual traits lacking in many but inspired as most important by God.  What is the problem when we do not experience peace and joy?  Got tells us we lack the fruit of love which is keeping His commandments.

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Gospel of the Kingdom in Galatians

The kingdom of God is listed only once in the book of Galatians. Yet the Galatians were perverting the gospel! Why didn't Paul stress the kingdom more often? He actually did! We will find indirect references over 30 times to God's kingdom in this epistle.  

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Overcoming With God’s Power

A quick review of the good points and the one bad point of the Ephesian church era warns us that just one major character flaw can be our undoing. The command from God to all of us is that we must overcome. However, Christ promises to make us stand; He...

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Do You Have an Immortal Soul?

An investigation into whether we (and our Older Brother Jesus Christ) have an immortal soul. 

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Why Christmas is So Bad?

We know Christmas is pagan, that Christ was not born on December 25th. But why would it hurt to honor Christ's birth on Christmas day? Are we breaking the Second Commandment by keeping X-mas? Does God give us any instructions on using pagan traditions to worship Him? If in...

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The Trouble with Jehu

Jehu did a lot of good, yet he stopped before following God completely. Could we be guilty of the same thing?  

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Galatians: Works of the Law Have Not Been Abolished

Many theologians use the book of Galatians to prove that the Old Testament laws have been abolished. You can prove that the Works of the Law, defined by the apostle Paul as the Book of the Law, still must be kept, either literally or in principle. You will find that...

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Commandments Before Moses and After Christ

Paul's letter to the Galatians is used by many to prove God abolished the Ten Commandments. Can you prove the Ten Commandments were in force from Adam to Moses? Can you prove the Ten Commandments are in force even after Christ rose from the dead? 

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