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Don't Accept Another Mediator Or Messiah (Avoiding Dangerous Cults #3)

Join Monica Dennington for Principle #3 of “Avoiding Dangerous Cults” to find out why you should never follow a religious leader who claims to be the Messiah — or more subtly, one who tries to act as the mediator between you and God. 34 more words

Jesus

Points Of Power: You Are Qualified For Salvation

A lot of Christians say they aren’t “worthy,” but that’s not true. In fact, AV says everyone, saved or not, is qualified for salvation. Listen to today’s  80 more words

Faith And Inspiration

Maundy Thursday

Jesus was led off under arrest to the house of Caiaphas, the High Priest, where the lawyers and elders were assembled.

Peter followed him at a distance until he came to the High Priest’s courtyard, and going in he sat down there among the attendants, meaning to see the end of it all. 458 more words

Daily Musings

John's gospel post 78: R.E.S.P.E.C.T

John 18: 19 – 24

So meanwhile Annas questions Jesus. Although he is Caiaphas’s father-in-law he is described as the High priest as he questions Jesus about his disciples and teaching. 209 more words

Christianity

Points Of Power: You Are Qualified For Salvation [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

A lot of Christians say they aren’t “worthy,” but that’s not true. In fact, AV says everyone, saved or not, is qualified for salvation. Listen to today’s  132 more words

Yolanda Adams

Points Of Power: You Are Qualified For Salvation [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

A lot of Christians say they aren’t “worthy,” but that’s not true. In fact, AV says everyone, saved or not, is qualified for salvation. Listen to today’s  132 more words

Yolanda Adams

Points Of Power: You Are Qualified For Salvation [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO]

A lot of Christians say they aren’t “worthy,” but that’s not true. In fact, AV says everyone, saved or not, is qualified for salvation. Listen to today’s  132 more words

Yolanda Adams