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  1. Hebrews Chapters 8-10: "We Have Been Sanctified" Through the Better Sacrifice, Part 10 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Hebrews 10:24-39 here in Part 10. The writer powerfully called his Christian readers in these verses with the need to repent where repentance was required. He warned of getting to the place where "there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins" (Heb. 10:26). There is widespread agreement that the writer was concerned with apostasy that would include "trampling under foot the Son of God" and regarding "as unclean the blood of the covenant by which he was sanctified, and has insulted the Spirit of grace" (Heb. 10:29).

  2. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES; CH- IV, PART- 4 by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    The main purpose of these series of Bible study will be to make an exegetical survey of the sacrificial Lamb of God in the Old Testament passages mainly in the Sanctuary and its typological significance to the propitiatory and expiatory atonement work of the Lord Jesus Christ in the New as reflected in John 1:29, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."

  3. Why the 'Wages of Sin is Death' by Robert Hawes  
    An article examining why death is the penalty for sin

  4. The love of God by Cyril Almond  
    All about knowing our rights. As a child of God. We have a right to really know him. In a intimate way.

  5. Hebrews Chapters 8-10: "We Have Been Sanctified" Through the Better Sacrifice, Part 9 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Hebrews 10:18-23 here in Part 9. Through His taking on flesh, the Lord Jesus became a veil (or a door, or a bridge) between God and His people (the believers) that was opened for us by His all-important atoning death.

  6. Hebrews Chapters 8-10: "We Have Been Sanctified" Through the Better Sacrifice, Part 8 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Hebrews 10:10-18 here in Part 8. Essentially all of these verses are of key importance on the topic of holiness and victory over sin. For one thing, it is of crucial significance that we understand Heb. 10:18, which we discuss in some detail. We briefly discuss Romans 7 and 1 John 1:8, which are the two passages most often used to try to prove that Christians cannot stop sinning this side of glory.

  7. Is Being Rich a Sin? by Stephen Williamson  
    This is something we often do not take seriously. You might be surprised at what the Bible says!

  8. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES; CH- IV, PART- 3 by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    The main purpose of these series of Bible study will be to make an exegetical survey of the sacrificial Lamb of God in the Old Testament passages mainly in the Sanctuary and its typological significance to the propitiatory and expiatory atonement work of the Lord Jesus Christ in the New as reflected in John 1:29, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."

  9. Hebrews Chapters 8-10: "We Have Been Sanctified" Through the Better Sacrifice, Part 7 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Hebrews 10:1-10 here in Part 7. These verses, along with most of the verses of Hebrews chapters 8-10, emphasize the point that the new covenant, which was founded on the all-important atoning death of the Son of God, was designed to solve the sin, spiritual death, Satan problem that could not be solved by the old covenant with its animal sacrifices. The emphasis in on the fact that the blood of Jesus is powerful enough to enable believers to walk with the victory over all sin in an abiding state of holiness. Doesn't that sound like good news?

  10. Created in God's Image and Likeness by Jim Schicatano  
    From Genesis 1 - What it means to be created in the image and likeness of God.

  11. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES; CH- IV, PART- 2 by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    The main purpose of these series of Bible study will be to make an exegetical survey of the sacrificial Lamb of God in the Old Testament passages mainly in the Sanctuary and its typological significance to the propitiatory and expiatory atonement work of the Lord Jesus Christ in the New as reflected in John 1:29, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."

  12. Hebrews Chapters 8-10: "We Have Been Sanctified" Through the Better Sacrifice, Part 6 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Hebrews 9:23 to the end of chapter 9 here in Part 6. "Once at the consummation of the ages" the Lord Jesus "has been manifested to put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself" (Heb. 9:26). To "put away sin" includes making His people (the believers) righteous and holy (with the imputed and imparted righteousness and holiness of God), with the victory over all sin.

  13. God's Abundance by Steve Countryman  
    13 He replied, "You give them something to eat."

    Now Jesus knew that the disciples didn't have enough food to feed the people. But what He spoke was "that which is not as if it were".

  14. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES; CH- IV, PART- 1 by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    The main purpose of these series of Bible study will be to make an exegetical survey of the sacrificial Lamb of God in the Old Testament passages mainly in the Sanctuary and its typological significance to the propitiatory and expiatory atonement work of the Lord Jesus Christ in the New as reflected in John 1:29, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."

  15. Hebrews Chapters 8-10: "We Have Been Sanctified" Through the Better Sacrifice, Part 5 by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Hebrews 9:14-23 here in Part 5. The all-important Sacrifice of the Son of God is the only thing that can cleanse the conscience of believers. This includes knowing that we are forgiven, born again, that we are enabled and committed to walk in the truth, righteousness, and holiness of God with the victory over sin (all sin), and that we have access to God. We also know that we will forgiven for any sins we should commit when we repent, but we must aim at the target of not sinning.

  16. Significant Miracles and Healings Of Jesus And Lessons Drawn From Them by Ngozi Nwoke  
    What miracles wrought by Jesus Christ can you tell? And what lessons from these miracles have you applied in your life? Every miracle is purely by the finger of God for no one can explain it; even so the miracles performed by Jesus Christ were purely the finger of God. This article gives some of the miracles of Christ and the lessons drawn from them which you can apply to your life to experience multiply miracles too.

  17. The Reality Church by ron kyker  
    Many who profess Christ are being prepared for life as a Christian. How many, though, are prepared for death?

  18. Part II - People of Israel exiled to Assyria the Northern Kingdom by Ethel Ashe-Frear  
    Continuation of Part I 'The Prophet Elijah.' The Encyclopedia Judaic states - the people of Israel disappear from the stage of history. Parallel passages in I Chronicles 5:25-26; Isaiah 11:11; Jeremiah 31:8-10. Many Bible verses are not written out completely. This will offer a special challenge for the Bible scholar to check-out my cross-references.

  19. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES Chapter-III, Part-3 by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    The main purpose of these series of Bible study will be to make an exegetical survey of the sacrificial Lamb of God in the Old Testament passages mainly in the Sanctuary and its typological significance to the propitiatory and expiatory atonement work of the Lord Jesus Christ in the New as reflected in John 1:29, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."

  20. How To Fix A Broken World by ron kyker  
    It is the question on most Christian's minds: "How do we fix our broken world?" The bible tells us. It tells us how to begin.

  21. Hebrews Chapters 8-10: "We Have Been Sanctified" Through the Better Sacrifice, Part 4 by Karl Kemp  
    We will discuss Hebrews 8:10-9:1-13 here in Part 4. The writer of Hebrews contrasts the old-covenant sacrifices with the one new-covenant Sacrifice, and shows why new-covenant salvation in the blood of the Lamb of God was required to solve the sin, spiritual death, Satan problem.

  22. The Bible: Can We Trust It? by Mike Stockwell  
    If we are going to study the Holy Scriptures we need to set a firm foundation of trust. We must trust, based upon divinely revealed truth, that the Bible really is the Word of God!

  23. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES, CH- III, PART- 2 by Dr Surya Kumar Daimari  
    The main purpose of these series of Bible study will be to make an exegetical survey of the sacrificial Lamb of God in the Old Testament passages mainly in the Sanctuary and its typological significance to the propitiatory and expiatory atonement work of the Lord Jesus Christ in the New as reflected in John 1:29, "Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."

  24. Why Was Mary Blessed by ron kyker  
    Why was Mary chosen to be the mother of the Son of God? Why did God choose her?

  25. Would You Serve God For Nothing by ron kyker  
    Job praised God in nothing. Paul boasted of his weakness. Would we yet praise God if we had nothing. If all was taken away, would we still serve Him for the nothing that we received.

  26. Waiting On The Rain; A Prayer For Malawi by ron kyker  
    It is the rainy season for Malawi, Africa. They are getting no rain. They are waiting on the Father of the rain to provide it. We as Christians are to be "a dew from the Lord" showering down on the earth like rain.

  27. Flesh And Blood Miracle by ron kyker  
    The virgin birth of Christ. It was a flesh and blood miracle, but it was much more. It was the birth of the gospel. Unless Christ be born of God's power, we have no gospel.

  28. Jesus And The No Spin Zone by Jack Earl  
    Jesus told it was.

  29. Jesus, A Man Of Prayer by Jack Earl  
    A look at the prayer life of Jesus.

  30. Jesus is real by Jack Earl  
    Jesus was a human person.

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