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What Does the Resurrection of the Dead in the Bible Mean?

By Xiangwang

At 3:00 p.m., in a boat in the middle of a river, Jiang Xun was chatting with his aunt who had returned to China to preach. 2,294 more words

Daily Devotionals

The Pharisees frequently expounded the Bible to people in the synagogues, appearing pious and compassionate, and they didn’t appear to do anything obviously unlawful. So why were the Pharisees cursed by the Lord Jesus? How was their hypocrisy manifested? Why is it said that the religious pastors and elders walk the same path as the hypocritical Pharisees?

Answer:

People that believe in the Lord know that the Lord Jesus really hated the Pharisees and cursed them and pronounced seven woes upon them. This is very meaningful in allowing believers in the Lord to discern the hypocritical Pharisees, break away from their bondage and control and obtain God’s salvation. 3,579 more words

Almighty God

Sermon: Are You Even Reading the New Testament?

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Are You Even Reading the New Testament?

Don Ruhl • Savage Street, Grants Pass, Oregon • May 19, In the year of our Lord Christ, 2019… 2,483 more words

The Bible

October 17; Do You Wonder?

Mark 9:2-37; Matthew 17:1-23, 18:1-5; Luke 9:28-48

On Tuesdays and Wednesdays during the school year, I have the privilege of volunteering at Good News Clubs in two of our local elementary schools. 314 more words

Daily Devotions

Wisdom Begins and End With God

 Who is wise and understanding among you? Let him show by good conduct that his works are done in the meekness of wisdom. 14 But if you have bitter envy and [ 1,001 more words

Christian Living

Blessed and Favored

Today’s Meditation, 10.17.19

Psalm 119:2 (AMP)

Blessed and favored by God are those who keep His testimonies, and who seek Him and long for Him with all their heart.

The Bible

UNFORGIVING JEHOVAH? (II)

Phinehas had to act like God

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from part one
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II) The ‘javelin’
he used is rômach (ro’-makh)
meaning: ‘to hurl i.e. spear, lance.’ Phinehas did what Cain (whose name speaks… 1,069 more words

Christian Doctrine