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  1. "An Amazing Transformation" by Henry Miranda  
    You are not the same person you were before you came to Christ. When you come to Christ you turned your life around 180 degrees. You see things differently and you have a new beginning. You can't live your life the same way as before you were transformed into a new creation. You turned your back on the old way of life and headed in the new direction towards Christ.

  2. The Return of Christ by Reverend Wanda Shoap  
    Don't fall for the Rapture. The coming of Satan will deceive many. The Rapture is falsehood.

  3. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES, CH- 1, 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."

  4. Jesus and the Pharisees: A Match Made In Hell (Mark 3:6) by Wayne Davies  
    Why were the Pharisees so determined to kill Jesus? Read on to find out.

  5. The Compassion and Anger of Jesus (Mark 3:1-6) by Wayne Davies  
    How can Jesus be furious and compassionate at the same time? Read on to find out.

  6. The Life Of Jesus-Purely Prophecies Fulfilled by Ngozi Nwoke  
    How many people do you know whose lives were prophesied about before they were born? Jesus Christ is one of them. In His case, virtually everything about His life was prophesied long before He was born! What does this mean? It surely shows He is not a fake and He means business. This article gives some of the prophecies about Christ and their fulfillment.

  7. Jesus the Messiah is Lord of the Sabbath (Mark 2:23-27) by Wayne Davies  
    Jesus is the Lord of the Sabbath. He has come to give rest, not burdensome rules, to his people.

  8. Jesus, Fasting and New Wine (Mark 2:18-22) by Wayne Davies  
    Why did Jesus refuse to fast during his ministry? Read on to find out.

  9. Jesus Touches the Untouchable (Mark 1:40-45) by Wayne Davies  
    Jesus reaches out and touches a leper. This unthinkable act demonstrates his compassion for the untouchable.

  10. A Yoke by Cyril Almond  
    The yoke of Jesus is not heavy and his burden is light. He says learn of me.

  11. Jeremiah 23:14 by Don Costello  
    Expository Outline Of Jeremiah 23:14

  12. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES, CH- 1, 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."

  13. Unforgiveness by Henry Miranda  
    Unforgiveness when not dealt with become things like: bitterness * resentment * hatred * violence * temper * anger * retaliation * distrust * envy * suspicion * jealousy * rebellion * high blood pressure * ulcers * migraine headaches * depression.

  14. Be Strong in the Spirit by Henry Miranda  
    The Scriptures are the instructions of how our spiritual lives should be like and to shine light on the areas that need improvement to experience spiritual growth. We can only do things through the power of the Holy Spirit and not through our own abilities. We must always yield to the Holy Spirit.

  15. Jesus, the Healthy, and the Sick (Mark 2:13-17) by Wayne Davies  
    Jesus came for the sick not the healthy.

  16. Jesus, the Paralytic, and Forgiveness of Sins (Mark 2:1-12) by Wayne Davies  
    Mark 2:1-12 presents the compelling account of Jesus and the paralytic.

  17. Opposition to Jesus (Mark 2 and Mark 3) by Wayne Davies  
    The opposition to Jesus is presented in Mark 2 and Mark 3.

  18. What Does it Mean to be Blessed & Happy? by Daniel Wyles  
    What does it mean to be truly blessed of God and or happy? The world is full of professionals that are constantly trying to redefine terms from their Biblical meanings. In this article find out what it means to be Biblically blessed and happy

  19. Isaiah 49:25 by Don Costello  
    Expository Outline of Isaiah 49:25

  20. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES, CH-1, P-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."

  21. A Day in the Life of King Jesus (Mark 1:21-38) by Wayne Davies  
    What was a typical day like for Jesus Christ? Read on to find out.

  22. The Prayer Life of Jesus by Wayne Davies  
    The Son of Man was the Man of Prayer.

  23. Jesus Is The Teacher -- What Is He Teaching You Today? by Wayne Davies  
    Jesus is the greatest Teacher ever. What is he teaching you today?

  24. Why Did Jesus Spend So Much Time in Galilee? (Mark 1:14) by Wayne Davies  
    Have you ever wondered why Jesus spent so much time in Galilee?

  25. Does Jesus Amaze You or Terrify You? (Mark 1:21-28) by Wayne Davies  
    Does Jesus amaze you or terrify you? Read Mark 1:21-28 to find out.

  26. Sound Doctrine by Henry Miranda  
    As true followers of Jesus Christ we must adhere to three very important doctrines: 1. The Trinity. 2. Jesus death on the cross 3. Salvation. These doctrines have such importance that if an evangelized, pastor or teacher denies any of them then they are teaching an unsound doctrine.

  27. My Reality by Steve Countryman  
    Elijah was a mighty man of God and had just performed an awesome miracle. The clarity I received is that Elijah was a man who had temporarily lost the meaning of what his reality truly was. The reality of his natural surroundings dictated his reality so much so that he ran off in fear for his life.

  28. THE LAMB OF GOD IN THE OLD TESTAMENT SANCTUARIES:Ch-1;P-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."

  29. Four Fishermen and the Command to Follow Jesus (Mark 1:16-20) by Wayne Davies  
    What does it mean to follow Jesus? Read on to find out.

  30. What Can We Learn From the Virgin Birth of Jesus Christ? (Matthew 1:21-23) by Wayne Davies  
    The virgin birth of Jesus teaches at least three foundational truths of biblical Christianity.

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