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It is Finished! John 19:30

When Jesus had received the sour wine, he said, “It is finished,” and he bowed his head and gave up his spirit (John 19:30). Octavius Winslow said of this passage, “There never existed but one Being who in truth could affirm of His work — “It is finished!” Incompleteness and defect trace the most vast, elaborate and accomplished products of human genius and power.” John Flavel comments, “In that one word is contained the sum of all joy, the very Spirit of all Divine consolation.” A.W. 56 more words


Sin Consciousness

Are you conscious of sin? Are you struggling with sin? Are you tired of sin?

The root of sin consciousness is the decision of unbelief to access tree of the knowledge of good and evil (Gen. 1,962 more words


SALUTE!!! Bible Ballistics: BBS #210

Bible Ballistics: BBs #210       SALUTE!!!

Happy Veteran’s Day to those here in the United States. As we think about those in any country who lay down their lives to protect and defend their homeland, I personally “Salute” those who serve in the military; who set aside their own personal comfort and convenience to serve and protect. 550 more words


Eliminate the Shanks from Your Life Swing

Butch Harmon, who has instructed professional golfers from Fred Couples to Tiger Woods, tells the story of the club member who was having problems with the shanks. 414 more words

“It is finished." The first vernacular translation of a portion of God's word in England.

“It is finished.”

–John 19:30

In the year 735 there stood on the south bank of the Tyne…

…near the retired hamlet of Jarrow, a small monastery. 544 more words

Proof of Eternal Security ~ Ephesians 2:8 (Notable Work)

When dealing with the subject of salvation (Soteriology, meaning: “The study of the doctrine of salvation“) from a Biblical foundation, perhaps the most well-known, most thorough, and most insightful treatment of the subject is found in Ephesians 2:8-10, which states: 3,901 more words

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Beyond the darkness

God doesn’t mind our brooding, aching questions. This week as I continued to ponder the darkness, I felt as if I were taken by the hand, behind the curtain, into the depths of the darkness. 785 more words