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Saturday Sampler: August 13 -- August 19

Elizabeth Prata gives us tiny glimpses into why The Bible is so amazing in The End Time. What a wonderful encouragement to be in God’s Word regularly! 388 more words

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When Discernment Lacks Wisdom

A few years ago, everybody wanted to bill themselves as having discernment. Myself included. At that time, many people equated discernment ministry with calling out false teachers and exposing unbiblical trends within evangelism. 567 more words

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Yes, I'm Giving You Homework!

A migraine Saturday changed my plan to resume the Perspectives In Titus Bible Study today. Maybe that’s  the sovereignty of God giving us time to review the passages we’ve studied so far. 343 more words

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Visions of Holiness

Few of us (perhaps none of us, actually) really comprehends God’s holiness. We read Isaiah 6 without really visualizing the ground shaking and the Temple filling with smoke as the Lord, attended by angels who declare His holiness, reveals Himself in such a way that Isaiah crumbles under the weight of his sinfulness. 89 more words

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Saturday Sampler: August 6 -- August 12

Do you need practical guidance in structuring your personal Bible Study time? If so, How Much of the Bible Should I Study? by Ryan Higginbottom in… 440 more words

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The Incarnation in Reverse

I would like to begin this post with a listing of several scriptures:

John 17:21- that they all may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; that they also may be one in Us, that the world may believe that You sent Me. 631 more words

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Should Christians Pay Tithe

Yes Christians should offer tithe. I use the word ‘offer’ because tithe is beyond monetary payments. Even in the Old Testament the word “pay tithe” was never used. 163 more words

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