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  1. Counterfeits by Rochelle Arnold  
    It is mind blowing to me how many people sit in church Sunday after Sunday and are not saved. I mean they have either been blinded by the god of this world, they have not been taught properly, or they are being misled by seducing spirits and doctrines of demons. We need to go back to the very basics, (the milk of the Word), and teach once again the fundamentals.

  2. Boldly Approaching God: The Example of David by Cate Russell-Cole  
    Boldness before God isn't a New Testament privilege that arrived with Jesus. This confident attitude in approaching God is evident in how David communicates with the Lord, and was also seen in Moses, Job and other Psalmists. This article looks at the culture and Scriptures behind this faithful attitude.

  3. What the Torah Taught David About the Love of God by Cate Russell-Cole  
    David didn't have the entire Old Testament and the New Testament to teach him what we know about God. All he had was the written laws of Moses and the stories of Isra'el's history (Torah), yet he had an incredible, dynamic faith that has stood the test of time as a powerful example to others. So without Jesus as the prime example, how did he know about the full character of God?

  4. The Servant's Ear by Steve Countryman  
    I have read this story several times and I am ashamed to say that I missed it! Two miracles happened in the span of just a few minuets as the crowd had showed up to arrest Jesus. They're mentioned rather quickly and are easily over looked. Both of these miracles are unique in that no other miracle like them were recorded in the Bible anywhere.

  5. "I Am He" by Steve Countryman  
    If God's Word is true then ALL things that the prophets and the holy men of the Bible have declared God to be is the same as if God said it about Himself...GOD-TENSE! When you read His Word this way it adds an additional dimension to God's Word!

  6. How Could Names be Erased from the Book of Life in Rev. 3:5?: We Must Cooperate with God's Grace by Faith by Karl Kemp  
    We are saved by grace through faith, but God doesn't just give us saving faith and He doesn't make us continue in faith to the end. We must cooperate with His grace through faith, in accordance with His Word, on a continuous basis.

  7. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? - Part 2I by Karl Kemp  
    We continue to discuss the viewpoint of Kevin Giles, who argues against the preeminent role of God the Father in the Trinity.

  8. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed - Part 2H by Karl Kemp  
    This study continues here in Part 2H, starting with section 24, "Some Excerpts from 'Athanasius: A Theological Introduction' by Thomas G. Weinandy." We discuss the important difference between homoiousios and homoousios.

  9. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed - Part 2G by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss "Some Excerpts from, and Interaction with, the Book 'Decoding Nicea' by Paul F. Pavao" here in Part 2G of this paper. We also discuss the view of Norman Geisler on the roles of the Father and the Son.

  10. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed - Part 2F by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss the Council of Nicea and the Greek noun "homoousios" here. We also discuss Augustine (AD354-430), including his extensive influence regarding the non-subordination of the Son of God in the Trinity.

  11. Speaking in Tongues Ceasing and Remaining by Mick Alexander  
    This article shows that tongues was targeted to cease before Jesus returns

  12. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? - Part 2E by Karl Kemp  
    We continue the discussion of section 7, "Eternal Subordination of the Son to the Father in the Book of Revelation" here in Part 2E of this paper.

  13. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? - Part 2D by Karl Kemp  
    We continue the discussion of Bruce Ware's teaching on the subordinate role of God the Son in the Trinity here in Part 2D of this paper.

  14. How King David Would Want To Be Remembered by Cate Russell-Cole  
    In a world where one King seeks to outdo the next one and everyone clamours to have their fifteen minutes of fame, how did King David want to be remembered? The answer may surprise you.

  15. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity; What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed?" Part 2C by Karl Kemp  
    We continue to discuss Phil. 2:5-11, especially Phil. 2:6 which is a very important verse for this study, here in Part 2C of this paper, then we continue with the next two sections of this paper.

  16. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? Part 2B by Karl Kemp  
    We discuss Wayne Grudem's important article, "Biblical Evidence for the Eternal Submission of the Son to the Father."

  17. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? - Part 2A by Karl Kemp  
    This introductory section includes the extensive "Contents" and the "Introduction and Conclusion."

  18. Why The Bible Doesn't Work As A Mythological Tale: King David by Cate Russell-Cole  
    This article looks at Scripture through the eyes of a Christian fiction writer and explains how the Word of God could not possibly have been written as legend, or story based religious propaganda. It uses the life of King David as the prime example as his story is extensive.

  19. Things You Need to Know About Isra'el in King Saul and David's Time by Cate Russell-Cole  
    I have heard people question why a dry, insignificant place like Israel has always been so important and attracted so much conflict. The answers lie in the ancient world in the economy, trade routes and rainfall. This article outlines the reasons.

  20. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? - Part 1C by Karl Kemp  
    Here in Part 1C of this paper I continue to list my other papers that are relevant to this present paper and to include excerpts from those papers.

  21. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? - Part 1B by Karl Kemp  
    Here in Part 1B and in Part 1C I list my earlier papers that are relevant to the topic of this paper and include some excerpts from those papers.

  22. Preeminent Role of God the Father in the Trinity: What about the Council of Nicea and the Nicene Creed? - Part 1A by Karl Kemp  
    The primary purpose of this paper is to show that God the Father has an eternal preeminent role in the Trinity, which means that the Son of God (and the Holy Spirit), although He is Fully deity with God the Father, has a role subordinate to the Father. This is important for us to know; it is extremely important for us to rightly interpret God's Word, and it is quite relevant to how we live our Christian lives, including our prayer and worship. Part 1 of this paper introduces the topic and mentions my earlier papers that are relevant to this paper and includes several extensive excerpts from those papers.

  23. Accused No More! by James Webb  
    Do you think that Satan is STILL before the throne of God accusing you before the Father? Think again! Jesus has gained back what man(kind) has lost and now offers you unhindered access to God.

  24. WHY THE DEVIL HATES THE BIBLE AND HOW HE USED GREEK PHILOSOPHY TO UNDERMINE THE WORD OF GOD by ralph jackson  
    The Bible is an encounter with Christ not a volume of propositional facts or data.
    It is God's communication to man, if you prefer, it is a Prophet in written form.
    It is the primary source for safe decision-making

  25. WHY DOES GOD PERMIT SUFFERING? by ralph jackson  
    Do you think that God is the cause of all the suffering in the world today or might it be a consequence of our own actions? Is it also possible that many of the problems that we are faced with today come from beyond our realm of reality? What does the Bible tell us?

  26. Is the Church Spiritual Israel? by Max Aplin  
    Dispensationalists can often be heard claiming that the Bible never portrays the church as spiritual Israel. In fact, it clearly portrays the church as spiritual Israel. God does not have distinct purposes for ethnic Israel and the church. But that does not mean that God has no unfinished business with ethnic Israel.

  27. Speaking in Tongues and 1 Cor. 13:11 by Mick Alexander  
    What is being said in 1 Cor. 13:11?

  28. Law and Disorder in the Life of King David by Cate Russell-Cole  
    This article will help you understand the ancient culture of David's time in relation to marriage, murder, slavery, and the position of Kings. It's essential reading to understand what occurred with Bathsheba, Absalom and King David and has been carefully researched.

  29. Who Gets the Credit for Your Achievements? (Thoughts on Psalm 21) by Wayne Davies  
    When you reflect on your accomplishments, who gets the credit?

  30. Sound Advice from the World's Greatest Politician (Thoughts on Psalm 20) by Wayne Davies  
    Who are your trusting to solve our problems? The world's greatest politician offers his advice.

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