Archive for July 2011

Three Tenses of Salvation (part 1)

 An Outline 1. Past Tense: Believers in Jesus have been saved! The Lord Jesus Christ promised: “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who hears My word and believes in Him who sent Me has everlasting life, and shall not come into judgment, but has passed from death into life.” – John 5:24 a. Saved…

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Heavenly Unity (Part 2)

…The spheres of family life, social life, church life, and national life are all visible, and they impress us with a vivid sense of our unity, as brothers, neighbors, fellow church members, fellow citizens. But, to a true child of God, the invisible bond that unites all believers to Christ is far more tender, and…

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Heavenly Unity (Part 1)

(A witness that true believers are to express to a skeptical world is our bond of spiritual unity. Although we have many differences and denominations, all who have saving faith in the true Jesus are spiritually one in Him.) . Let us first of all glance at the teachings (of Ephesians) here contained as to…

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Windows of Prayer

“Now when Daniel knew that the writing [the decree of King Darius prohibiting prayer to the LORD] was signed, he went home. And in his upper room, with his windows open toward Jerusalem, he knelt down on his knees three times that day, and prayed and gave thanks before his God, as was his custom…

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Exchanged Life Counseling in Biblical Context

(Outline by John Woodward ) The ministry of Exchanged Life counseling needs to be understood in the context of God’s total plan for the believer (Rom 8:28-30). A. The Christian life begins at conversion and continues with discipleship. 1. The New birth. (Matt 16:26; John 3:3-16) 2. Spiritual growth. (1 Pet 2:4; 2 Pet 3:18)…

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