Finding Motivation for Ministry

Consider with me 2 Corinthians 3:18: And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another. For this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit. This verse is usually interpreted to mean that we are all in a... Continue Reading →

Notes on the Kingdom of God in the Old Testament

Here are my notes on the Kingdom of God in the Old Testament. Some are manuscripts others are just outlines. I hope that you'll enjoy 🙂 lesson-2b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-3b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-5-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-6b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-7b-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-8-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-3a-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-2a-teacher-outline-2.docx lesson-4-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-6a-teacher-outline-2.docx lesson-7a-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-7c-teacher-outline-1.docx lesson-1-teacher-outline-1.docx

Tongues and Spirit Baptism

At the beginning of the church, the Spirit came down with tongues of fire and a mighty wind. Those who were there spoke in tongues and prophesied. They performed miracles and healings. Greatest of all, thousands were saved. But soon after the apostolic era, the church records that these gifts from the Spirit had ceased.... Continue Reading →

A Psalm About Angels?

Every once in a while, the Old Testament mentions a group of beings called "the sons of God." This elusive group of beings are mentioned in Genesis 6 in connection with the preflood world. In Job 1-2, the sons of God are again mention, clearly referencing angels--Satan being among them. Here, they present themselves before... Continue Reading →

RePicture: Cain and Abel

So, I have random thoughts that are quite speculative when it comes to understanding the Bible. Today is one of those thoughts. My thoughts today turn to the book of Genesis and the account of Cain and Abel. After thinking about the passage, I feel that the account is not so much a scene of... Continue Reading →

Christocentric Theology

In the world today, there is much that is written over the subject of Christocentric theology and there are many different approaches are taken to define what this means. How you view Scripture in its relation to Christ radically informs how you read the Bible. Within Christendom, I found three definitions of the subject. Definition... Continue Reading →

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