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What is baptism?

We are baptized by the Holy Spirit through faith.

When you believe in Christ, your baptized in the crucifixion, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. 398 more words

Faith

Faith and the Law

I’ve been posting about Paul’s letter to the Galatians.  We’ve been looking at the covenant we have through Christ.  It all started with Abraham – the father of faith. 586 more words

Christ

What is the New Covenant?

The New Covenant is Gods promise to the world that through faith in his son Jesus Christ we are saved, granted eternal life, forgiven of all sins and completely justified and sanctified.

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Faith

United by the Gospel

How do we deal with everything in the news today? How do we respond in faith? We stand upon the finished work of Jesus Christ. in 1 Corinthians 3 Paul addresses the “patterns of the world”. 76 more words

Daily Broadcast

Made One in Christ

Over the weekend we witnessed the hatred in people’s hearts. The hatred spelled out in racism. Racism is not new. It’s been “alive and well” in the Paul’s days on earth. 116 more words

Daily Broadcast

Preparing Jehovah's Witnesses to Listen, a New Strategy, Tested in Real Life

Anyone attempting to reach Jehovah’s Witnesses lately have likely noticed their recent attitude change, where they have moved away from a willingness to talk, discuss, and debate, to where they quickly employ discussion-enders, either referring you to their website, or saying something like, “I’m not going to argue with you.” As I have discussed in two previous posts, their new practice is due to (1) their recent training, where they are strictly warned to not to engage in any form of dialogue with apostates or opposers, and (2) the convenience of the jw.org website, where JW’s glibly refer people they would rather not interact with. 653 more words

Recognizing the Father's Love?

CAN ONE VERSE FULLY DESCRIBE CHRIST?

Is it safe to build your theology on one verse or to decide the Person of Christ based on one statement? 582 more words

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