Christine Romano

Florida, USA

I am an American Christian woman. I am also a teacher; a Bible teacher. My purpose in writing this blog is to help people know the Truth revealed in the Bible that they can be prepared for the New Earth and the life to come.

Most commented posts

  1. The Gates of Hades — 60 comments
  2. Hell Has Enlarged Herself — 8 comments
  3. Not hell, but Hades — 6 comments
  4. The Temptation of Christ — 5 comments
  5. The Fall — 4 comments

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Reprobation

As well as election, reprobation is the other doctrine that the churches never teach. Even when it is stated in the Scriptures and God talks about it in divers manners, it has become almost unknown to Christianity, but both these doctrines spring out of God’s Everlasting Covenant. What is reprobation? This doctrine is a very important …

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Short Study on Hell

Before going into the matter of Hades or hell, we should keep in mind that as God is revealed in the Scriptures as the Triune God, He created man triune, too: spirit, soul, and body (1 The. 5:23; Heb. 4:12) It is the soul of man that separates from the body at the time of …

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Election

Election is God’s way. He chooses some and rejects others. To our puny little mind this may seem terrible and unfair. Isn’t God a God of love? How can He send people to hell? God, first of all, is a Covenant God. He made a Covenant within the Godhead (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) (Heb. 6:13) …

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Predestination

The doctrine of predestination is one of the most misunderstood teachings of Scripture. It is widely taught from Genesis to Revelation, still, many find it difficult to understand and even abhorrent to receive. Why is it so? Man is full of pride, and that should be enough reason to reject the doctrine of predestination. Man …

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Paul, Apostle by the Will of God

After almost two thousand years of Christianity, Paul, the great Apostle of the Gentiles, still has to fight for his right of apostleship. He had great controversy with the churches of Galatia and Corinth because there were many false teachers who undermined his authority and discredited his word among these congregations. Paul’s conversion is recorded …

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Is the Bible for Everyone?

If we take a careful look at the beginning of every book in the New Testament, we’ll see that it is always addressed to the saints. Every time the writer directs his words to a specific people: the saints in Christ Jesus who are in a specific place. No one book in the Bible is …

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Leaders Who Tolerate Sin

Even when many who call themselves Christians are living like the world, and there is no much difference between them and the wicked, many are looking for true Christian leaders. In the Bible, we find the example of ancient Israel. God chose these people, descendants of Abraham, to be holy and to separate themselves from …

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Leadership

Christians in this country are looking for a godly leader. Unfortunately, they forget that this is an ungodly world that is under the curse and under the rule of Satan. The biggest problem though is that Christians are tolerant of sin. Where are the so-called Christian leaders fighting for righteousness and against sin? For more …

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The Christian World

Today, we have millions of Christians in the world. The sad thing is that they profess religions that differ from true Christianity, the Christianity of the Bible. There are “Christians” who don’t even believe the Bible. There are those who don’t believe in Christ. There are even those who do not believe in God, and …

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The Wicked Attempts to Contradict God

Many people (theologians, religious false Christians) want to deny the truth of God. They engage in debates about doctrines that they do not know, understand or believe. Still, they communicate their views and feelings, and many ignorant people consider their thoughts as true. Among those false teachers, we find the ones that do not believe …

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