The Fullness Of Him

Posted in: 2005
The superlative, glorious, and magnificent language used by the Apostle Paul, when he first introduces us to the Church of the Mystery, is a “dead-give-away” that we have not read, or heard, of any such church in all of the Word of God. Our introduction to it speaks volumes of its’ uniqueness as compared to other callings.

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He Who Does Good

Posted in: 2005
“That was the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world” (John 1:9)

Is there now, or has there ever been, hope for a man to live again having never heard of Jesus Christ? Did man ever have a hope of eternal life before there was a written revelation from God? There have been teaming billions of people who have lived upon this earth who have never had the opportunity to hear the Word of God. Were they condemned to everlasting death? Questions such as these have perplexed many Bible believing Christians.

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The Second Psalm

Posted in: 2005
The setting of the Second Psalm is set during an era when, literally, “… the most High ruleth in the kingdom of men and giveth it to whomsoever He will” (Dan. 4:25). In Old Testament times, there were instances when the LORD (Yahweh) did exercise influence over certain nations when He chose to use them to correct, punish, or bless His people, Israel. However, Psalm 2 does not refer to such instances. It has a futuristic view of what will transpire when the Most High definitely is ruling over the nations and appointing their kings and rulers.

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No God Beside Me

Posted in: 2005
To grow in the grace and knowledge, as a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, one is required to believe the truth that is at hand. Whatever God reveals, the believer readily confesses without demanding further proof, even though many more confirming truths may follow. In considering the Biblical concept of Jesus Christ, it is not a matter of our intellects being able to receive it, but one of whether we have faith to receive whatever God has given, and at the time He gives it.

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Who Is God Our Saviour

Posted in: 2005
“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
The same was in the beginning with God. All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made” (John 1:1-3). KJV

When these verses are read, there is only one conclusion that is possible. The One set forth in Isaiah as the Creator is the One set forth in John 1:1-3.

Not only that, but the Lord declared in Isaiah; “there is no Savior beside Me.” Therefore, it would be correct to say that there is One and Only God/Savior.

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