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  1. Moses' Desire To Reach The Land Of Canaan. by Olawale Ogunsola  
    God is a righteous Judge. Moses was seen by the Lord as the most meek in his generation but God did not allow him to reach the land of Canaan. Why? God has his reasons.

  2. Persecution for Praising the Lord by Cate Russell-Cole  
    Did you know that King David was often persecuted for his faith in God?

  3. The Life of King David: Common Misinterpretations by Cate Russell-Cole  
    There is quite a lot of misinformation about David's story, which happens so easily, especially as most of us only know about his affair with BathSheba and when he killed Goliath. Some of the content here may be controversial, but it will give you plenty of food for thought on what may have really happened.

  4. What Was King David Like? by Cate Russell-Cole  
    We have read and sung the Psalms, heard about Goliath and Bathsheba and perhaps know a little more about David's life, but what kind of a person was he?

  5. Law and Disorder in the Life of King David by Cate Russell-Cole  
    Biblical laws on marriage, murder, how enemies were treated and on how kings should conduct themselves, as they apply to King David. Warning: some content is disturbing.

  6. Was King David Clinically Depressed or Bipolar? by Cate Russell-Cole  
    The Psalms have been described as bipolar and David was obviously depressed at times. How bad was it? This article is written by a trained mental health worker.

  7. Was King David a Megalomaniac? by Cate Russell-Cole  
    King David was a controversial figure. Some see him as saint, some see him as an overcoming sinner and others see him as a megalomaniac. Which was he?

  8. Was King David Diabetic? by Cate Russell-Cole  
    I have found people online talking about the 'venereal disease psalm.' They were quoting Psalm 38:7 After looking at all the Biblical evidence, it is highly likely that King David had diabetes instead.

  9. Some Comments on John Shorey's Teaching on the Mid-Week (Mid-Trib) Rapture, Part 4 by Karl Kemp  
    We continue the discussion of the use of symbolic numbers in the book of Revelation, apparently including the 144,000 sealed in Rev. 7:4-8; the 144,000 who are with the Lord Jesus on Mt. Zion in Rev. 14:1, 3, and the dimensions of new Jerusalem and the wall of that heavenly, glorified city, which will be the eternal home of God's glorified people.

  10. Some Comments on John Shorey's Teaching on the Mid-Week (Mid-Trib) Rapture, Part 3 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Rev. 6:3-17, which deals with second through the sixth seals of the book of Revelation. Then we discuss the 144,000 of Rev. 7:4-8 and 14:1 and 3

  11. FORGIVING: MUST WE FORGIVE EVERYBODY? Always? With or without the offender asking forgiveness? by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    How about Matthew 5:39: " But I say unto you, that ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also". Taken literally the passage appears to negate not only vengeance, but all defense against evildoers. What does our Lord require?

  12. Some Comments on John Shorey's Teaching on the Mid-Week (Mid-Trib) Rapture, Part 2 by Karl Kemp  
    At the sounding of the seventh and last trumpet in the middle of Daniel's 70th week the Lord Jesus will return and the resurrection and rapture will take place. Revelation 12:5 is the most important verse in the Bible to show when the seventh trumpet will sound. We will discuss the seven seals. The rider on the first horse, the white horse, is the Lord Jesus or the gospel going forth throughout this age, or the equivalent.

  13. Some Comments on John Shorey's Teaching on the Mid-Week (Mid-Trib) Rapture, Part 1 (of 4 Parts) by Karl Kemp  
    I appreciate the fact that John Shorey teaches the mid-week (mid-trib) rapture in his book, "The Window of the Lord's Return 2012-2020," but I have to disagree with him on several points, very much including his understanding that the passages that speak of Antichrist waging war against the saints and overpowering them will take place BEFORE THE RAPTURE. I am sure that those passages prophesy of Antichrist (after he has begun his super-evil three and one-half year reign in the middle of the seven years) attacking those who become Christians AFTER THE RAPTURE, centering in the end-time remnant of Israel.

  14. THE MIGHTY PROPHET OF THE LORD-DR.DAVID EDWARD OWOUR by ERICK MUSUSI  
    I am privileged to share about what THE BIBLE speaks concerning THE MIGHTY PROPHET OF THE LORD. The Bible, promises us A MESSENGER who comes and prepares the way of THE LORD. The Church must never miss out on this as we know anything written in the bible is a matter of our eternity.Shalom and GOD BLEESS YOU. THE MESSIAH IS COMING!PREPARE THE WAY!

  15. His Own Cross by Shari Weigerstorfer  
    What Satan meant for evil, God turned into good. Perhaps this is why the cross has become the ultimate Christian symbol. Maybe our regard and affection for it is not manmade. Perhaps it comes from the very heart of God.

  16. Chow to chew on by Sundaresh Venugopal  
    Never eat more than you can chew

  17. Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 7 by Karl Kemp  
    One reason the early Christian Fathers emphasized free will was because the idea that everything is controlled by fate (which is a denial of free will) was widespread in the world of their day. We will discuss this topic here in Part 7.

  18. Leviticus 18:3 by Don Costello  
    Expository study of Leviticus 18:3

  19. Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 6 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss the prophesying of the Montanists, including the false prophecies. We must be very careful with such charismatic gifts. The demons have clever counterfeits for the gifts of God and they are experts at appealing to pride. Also, it is all too easy to have an admixture of the flesh. And I will demonstrate that although the early Christian Fathers often spoke of free will, they understood that we are dependent on the grace of God to become Christians and to live as Christians

  20. Meet Noah by Pam Ford Davis  
    'Meet Noah, a laughingstock to his neighbors, a man of righteousness to his LORD.'

  21. Calvary at Cana by Robert Hawes  
    John's account of the wedding at Cana offers us so much more than the story of Jesus' first public miracle. There are treasures buried here that illustrate His entire ministry.

  22. Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 5 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Tertullian (about AD160-240) and the Montanists here in Part 5. Tertullian became a Montanist some fifty years after that movement started. The Montanists had many things right, but they were overly strict and they required all Christians to accept their revelations as being from God. Some of their revelations were clearly wrong, including the idea that new Jerusalem comes down at the beginning of the millennium.

  23. Gentle Jesus by Cyril Almond  
    Jesus could speak very plainly. Some times those who heard him did not understand.

  24. Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 4 by Karl Kemp  
    The widespread idea in the early Christian Fathers that Christians must be punished for their sins, especially their more serious sins, finally led to the idea of purgatory. Augustine (AD354-430) taught purgatory. And the idea of purgatory eventually led to the idea of indulgences. I include a shocking quotation from John Tetzel, a Roman Catholic monk, who went around Germany selling indulgences which would supposedly free people from purgatory. Martin Luther strongly reacted and the Protestant reformation was initiated.

  25. Betrayal by Cyril Almond  
    How a confident of Jesus. Betrayed him.

  26. Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 3 by Karl Kemp  
    The early Christian Fathers did not have problems dealing with the sins that were committed before the people became Christians, but many of them had a very serious problem dealing with the sins of Christians, especially sins like murder, adultery, or apostasy. Some came up with ideas like the church cannot forgive such sins, and many said that such sins can only be forgiven once, and widespread ideas like God must punish us for such sins because His honor has been defamed and His justice requires it.

  27. Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 2 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Augustine and the Calvinists and Arminians here in Part 2. We also discuss Romans chapter 7, which is a passage that is very relevant to topic of righteousness, holiness, and victory over sin.

  28. Free Will? Liberal Christianity. Punished for Sins We Commit After We Become Christians? Tertullian and the Montanists, Part 1 by Karl Kemp  
    We have limited freedom of the will after the fall; we are dependent on the saving, sanctifying grace of God in Christ to become Christians and to live as Christians. Three pages here in Part 1 of this paper are devoted to a discussion of liberal Christianity. Much of their teaching eliminates many, or most, of the foundational truths of Christianity presented in the Bible.

  29. Love of Money by Sundaresh Venugopal  
    Money is always an inadequate means and a
    disastrous end.

  30. Understanding Apostle Paul's Letters by Olawale Ogunsola  
    It is possible to listen to a news item and misinterprete same. But a careful analysis of it with another listener can make a difference.

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