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The New Testament Church 0005 - Lesson 3

The New Testament Church is a controversial subject, but it is an important subject. This portion of the course deals with the fellowship of the church.

Type: University Outlines

The New Testament Church 0005 - Lesson 2

The New Testament Church is a controversial subject, but it is an important subject. This portion of the course deals with the fellowship of the church.

Type: University Outlines

Defining Bible Words

What is your method for finding definitions of biblical words? For example, the difference between "accursed" and "cursed" and the difference between "lucre" and "money". I know that the English of the KJV is correct; but, sometimes, isn't getting to the "root" of the word necessary?

Type: Question and Answer

Final Authority - Chapter 1

The story is told when Sir Walter Scott lay dying, he asked his son-in-law to bring him “The Book.” With astonishment the young man replied, Father, your library contains thousands of volumes, including your own works. To which book are you referring?” The veteran author immediately replied, “There is only one book which we call “The Book.’ Bring me the Bible.”

Type: Article

By the Breath of God Frost Is Given

As I was watching a local meteorologist, a.k.a. "weather guy," explain a recent cold snap in our area, a beautiful picture of a mountain was displayed on the screen. In order to resolve any confusion on the part of the viewers he noted that the white on the trees was NOT snow but what he called "hoar frost." HOAR FROST? I thought that the scholars, a.k.a. King James Bible critics, said that hoar frost was an archaic, obsolete term that made the King James Bible difficult to read and understand. I was on a web site recently that cited 419 words and phrases (including hoar frost) from the King James Bible. That list, like many others was designed to show that your King James Bible ought to be rendered in "modern English." Apparently that term is NOT archaic, obsolete, or indecipherable, and the author of that list LIED!

Type: Blog Entry

What Does God Desire?

Recently, our pastor was reading Psalm 51 out loud to a group of men. He was reading it without comment and using it as an introduction to a prayer meeting. When he got to verse 6, something jumped out at me, so to speak, that I had not seen before. David said to the Lord, "Behold, thou desirest truth in the inward parts;" If the Lord desires truth in the inward parts of man what is He looking for?

Type: Blog Entry

Mass of Meaningless Madness

Whilst sorting out my bookcase over the recent holiday period I was struck by just how many books I have that I've never read and got thinking about just how long it will take me to read them all. I guess if I did read them all I would never need to buy another book again.

Type: Blog Entry

Bible Arithmetic

Mathematics can be quite complex, yet one of the most basic divisions of mathematics is called arithmetic. You may better grasp what I am talking about when I say that the most basic operations of arithmetic are addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. A grasp of these basic operations is a necessity for anyone who desires to grasp any of the more complex divisions of mathematics. Interestingly enough, the same things hold true for the Christian life. It can be quite complex, but at the same time we could break it down to the simplicity of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Type: Blog Entry

Groves

Groves are spoken against much in the King James Bible and are spoken of much by the New Age disciples. However, they are often ignored in the newer Bible versions. This article considers why.

Type: Devotional

The Disappearing Bible

The new versions have long been accused of removing phrases and verses from the Bible. Is it possible that they are removing concepts as well?

Type: Devotional
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Daily Proverb

Proverbs 23:17

Let not thine heart envy sinners: but be thou in the fear of the LORD all the day long.