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The Rewards

Let’s look at some of the rewards written about in the Scriptures.

1 Corinthians 3:10–12 “According to the grace of God which is given unto me, as a wise masterbuilder, I have laid the foundation, and another buildeth thereon. 541 more words

Bible Reading And Studying

I Don't Deserve God's Mercy & Neither Do You

I want to quickly go through some Bible stories that some might say portrays God in a harsh manner. These are stories that you might know if you grew up in church. 1,083 more words

Christian Issues

Homer and Paul

Ephesians 6.11 reads, “Put on the panoply of God so that you can stand against the schemes of the Devil.”

In his commentary on Ephesians, Steven Baugh says, … 712 more words

Biblical Studies

Recommended Readings: April 23-30

If you read one article today, make it Have You Noticed Beauty? by Johanna Byrkett.

For those of you not swamped with finals, projects, and comprehensive exams (my excuse for the lateness of this post), check out the additional suggestions below. 157 more words

Theology

The New Earth for a Physicalist (Part 1)

One of the most fun and interesting things about being a Biblical Studies and Philosophy student is working with the problem of eschatology. Now I say “problem” because there are so many factors and unknown variables,  we cannot make any definitive theories for the end times. 896 more words

Eschatology

Revelation's Imagery, pt. 2: Sword

In Revelation, the sword is a weapon depicted in nine different places (1:16; 2:12, 16; 6:4, 8; 13:10, 14; 19:15, 21). The subjects who use the sword are Jesus (1:16; 2:12; 2:16, 19:15, 21), the rider of the red horse (6:4), the rider of the pale horse (6:8), the first beast (13:10, who is wounded by the sword, 13:14), the second beast (13:14 – He does not use the sword but preaches about the one wounded by the sword, the first beast). 91 more words

Biblical Studies