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spiritual life

The Christian Church

Many people call themselves Christians in our world today. People who go to church, pray publicly, sing a lot, get baptized, and give offerings or pay dues to belong in the church community of their choice. They have been taught that is the way to God. But, Is it? There are more than sixteen hundred …

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In Everything Give Thanks

Eph_5:20 Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. Thanks should be given to God the Father in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, because that is His will. Col_1:12 Giving thanks unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be partakers …

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Common Grace and the Free Offer

There is a big problem with the preaching of the Gospel today. Thanks to people like Billy Graham, most church goers have been lead to believe that God loves everybody, every single human being who walks on this planet. Christian churches have used one single verse from the Bible, John 3:16, to support this idea. …

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Are you a Christian?

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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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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 and even abhorrent. Why is is so? Man is full of pride, and that should be the beginning. Man is also spiritually dead, and he cannot understand the ways …

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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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