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Genesis must open the word for in it is to be found in germ form almost everything which is afterwards more fully developed in the books which follow

Whether its contents he considered historically, doctrinally, or typically, Genesis must open the Word, for it is the book of beginnings. It has been aptly called “the seed-plot of the Bible,” for in it is to be found in germ form almost everything which is afterwards more fully developed in the books which follow. 258 more words

Arthur W. Pink

Reunited In Heaven

Where in the Bible does it say we will be reunited with our loved ones in heaven? 1,044 more words

Death

Word of Faith

I would like to share with you an email I received from a dear sister in Christ and my reply. 694 more words

God

God is a God of order, so scripture has been ordained to be placed in the order in which we have it

23. The law of order. God’s Word is like His works: designed disposition and minute precision characterizing it throughout. If

“to every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under heaven” (Ecclesiastes 3:1) 133 more words

Arthur W. Pink

The Promise of Leviticus 14:35

This post is going to be a tough one. The Church in our day really doesn’t understand how to reckon with and activate the spirit I’m about to reveal to you from God. 360 more words

The Church’s inheritance is wholly of divine grace and mediatorial purchase

The Church’s inheritance is wholly of divine grace and mediatorial purchase, yet it is not entered into by the heirs of promise without arduous efforts on their part. 161 more words

Arthur W. Pink

Sola Scriptura: Really?

Sola Scriptura is important but even Calvin used tradition and reasoning. Everyone uses the elements of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral. Indeed, the fact that the early European Reformers used church buildings means that they followed tradition. 171 more words