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Why Am I A Dispensationalist? | Jacob Reinhardt — Dispensational Publishing

I’m Jacob Reinhardt, and I am a dispensationalist.[1]

To explain why I am a dispensationalist, I have to trace my life in two different phases. First, there are the years of receiving implied dispensational thought, though I didn’t realize it. 1,052 more words

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Latest news from Győr

I have not been good at keeping up this blog over the last few months and for that I apologize. It doesn’t mean that we haven’t been deeply involved in ministry though! 334 more words


How to Study the Bible on Your Own

How can you study the Bible on your own?

By thinking through what a portion of Scripture says, what it means, and how it applies to your life. 820 more words


walk with me the romans road

romans is possibly the most vital book in the whole Bible when it comes to sharing the gospel, and its definitely one of my personal favourites. 464 more words

The Authority of Jesus - Thoughts on John 3:31-36

The fact that Jesus came from heaven (John 3:31) implies that he came with the God’s authority. (vv33-34) While John is the one speaking here, it calls back what Jesus said about the fact that no one descended from heaven except the Son of Man, Himself (v 13). 262 more words

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Meeting the Author of Psalm 119

Psalm 119 is the longest poem in the Book of Psalms. It has 22 stanzas of 8 lines each giving a total of 176 verses. The psalm is an acrostic. 480 more words

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Coaching, and Leading Bible Study

My son is a coach. He works with junior high and high school students, many of whom act in foolish ways because they are young and ignorant, not stupid but untutored. 338 more words

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