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Monthly Archive: October 2009

Oct 31 2009

Recommend Grace Gems.org

Today I would like to recommend Grace Gems. Grace Gems is a website that has compiled a wealth of sermons, devotionals, books and other collections.   A sampling of the preachers who sermons they have on their website are: Archibald Alexander, Andrew Bonar, Horatius Bonar, Jonathan Edwards, Arthur W. Pink, Charles Spurgeon, among many, many others. …

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Oct 30 2009

Yet another Virgin Mary Appearance

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The Virgin Mary appears yet again and this time she has appeared to the Catholics in bird feces.  I would like to say that as I read this article, I was in shock and disbelief.  Sadly, I was not.  It is becoming a very common occurrence.  The verse that came to mind was Matthew 16:4: …

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Oct 29 2009

Legalism, are you a legalist?

The word “legalism” is a term that is frequently thrown around in the Christian community.  Christians don’t want to be known as legalists and no Christians will see themselves as a legalist.  It is critical term that Christians will use against another. How can this word be so widely used?  And why is it that …

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Oct 27 2009

Hermeneutics, Exegesis vs. Eisegesis

When we read God’s Word, an interpretive method is used to understand what God is saying.  In fact, we always use a method of interpretation when we read any book or whether we are listening to someone speak.  In a conversation, we interpret not just by the words spoken, but we also use the speaker’s …

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Oct 26 2009

Wall of Partition

In Ephesians 2:14-16 it is often taught that the wall of partition referenced is the separation between the Jews and the Gentiles.  While it is true that there was a wall of partition in the temple in which the court of the Gentiles was separated from the Jews, Jesus did not come to reconcile Jews …

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