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T-Shirt | I'm The PreteristT-Shirt | I’m The Preterist your pastor warned you about…

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Sawtawn (Satan) In Job

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Sawtawn
“…the word “Satan” in the original Greek and Hebrew, both in the Old Testament and the New, comes from the same word.”

As I stated earlier, of the 19 times that the word “sawtawn” is transliterated as “Satan,” 14 occur in Job. We will have to read those 14 passages in order to understand who or what caused all of Job’s trouble. In the modern churches, it is common teaching that this fallen angel, this supernatural, angelic being, called “Satan,” was responsible. Continue reading

Sons of God angelic beings or human beings? Gen. 6:2

Sons of God – angelic beings or human beings?

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Sons of God – Genesis 6:2 – Q & As BBC Jan 25, 2015
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 Sons of God – Are they Angelic Beings or Human Beings

David Curtis, of Berean Bible Church located in Virginia, is teaching the Scriptures, verse by verse, in the book of Ephesians at this time and is in chapter 6 speaking of spiritual warfare. Continue reading

The Old Testament and Resisting the Government

011911_1415_thebluelaw1Charles Ryrie, author of the notes in the Ryrie Study Bible, argues that “Scripture teaches complete civil obedience on the part of Christians and does not indicate any exceptions to this principle.”[1] Is he right? Many Christians believe he is.

There is no doubt that Christians are to submit “for the Lord’s sake to every human institution, whether to a king as the one in authority, or to governors as sent by him for the punishment of evildoers and the praise of those who do good” (1 Peter 2:14). This is the same Peter who said, “We must obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29). Continue reading

The “Jesus Didn’t Say Anything About Homosexuality” Lie


10153875_10152870786126178_6267207703761161367_nI’ve only recently heard of Hillsong Church. It’s described as a “mega-church.” It would have remained anonymous to me except that Facebook lit up with some rather odd comments about the Bible and homosexuality made by some of the leadership. “Hillsong Church’s New York location reportedly draws ‘a lot of gay men and women’ among the thousands who flock there every weekend, according to head 
pastor Carl Lentz.”

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Devil’s Horns or something else?

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The Devil’s Horns or is it something else?

R.J. Dio – “I doubt very much if I would be the first one who ever did that. That’s like saying I invented the wheel, I’m sure someone did that at some other point. I think you’d have to say that I made it fashionable. I used it so much and all the time and it had become my trademark until the Britney Spears audience decided to do it as well. So it kind of lost its meaning with that. But it was…I was in Sabbath at the time. It was symbol that I thought was reflective of what that band was supposed to be all about. It’s NOT the devil’s sign like we’re here with the devil. It’s an Italian thingDevil's Horn | The sign of the devil I got from my Grandmother called the Malocchio. It’s to ward off the Evil Eye or to give the Evil Eye, depending on which way you do it. It’s just a symbol but it had magical incantations and attitudes to it and I felt it worked very well with Sabbath. So I became very noted for it and then everybody else started to pick up on it and away it went. But I would never say I take credit for being the first to do it. I say because I did it so much that it became the symbol of rock and roll of some kind.”

Source: http://www.rockremembers.com/2012_02_01_archive.html

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John Nelson Darby on the Second Coming | Lectures 1 of 7

John Nelson DarbyJohn Nelson Darby
on the Second Coming

|Lectures 1 of 7

John Nelson Darby
Lectures on the Second Coming of Christ

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6-7

The Cult of Futurism

Learn how the dispensationalism doctrine became a norm in the churches for the last two hundred years

1 Thessalonians 1; 1 Timothy 6:14-15; 2 Timothy 4:8; Hebrews 9:24; James 5:8; 1 Peter 1:9-13; 2 Peter 3:3-7; 1 John 2-3

Delivered at Toronto, Canada

Lecture 1

1 Thessalonians 1

What I would desire to bring before you is, the coming of the Lord as the proper hope of the church, and to show you that it is constantly, increasingly brought before it as such by the Spirit of God. When once the foundation is laid of His first coming as that which brings personally peace and salvation (and even before it, so far as it is a means of awakening the conscience), the one thing the saints were taught to look for was the coming of the Lord. No doubt the first thing the soul needs to know is the ground of its salvation. When this is known, the Lord Himself becomes precious to the believer; and when the church was in a healthy state, we shall find that the hearts of the saints were altogether set upon Him, and looking for His coming. And now our hearts should understand (as I shall show you from Scripture was the case then) that the coming of Christ is not some strange speculation, or the advanced idea of a few, but was set before the church as elementary and foundation truth, and formed a part of all their habits and feelings, and mingled itself with every thought. It was and is the keystone of all that keeps up the heart in this solitary place (looking at it as journeying through the wilderness). Thus with a heart full of love for God, and the desire to see Christ, we can appreciate the apostle‘s prayer for us-” The Lord direct your hearts into the love of God, and into the patient waiting* for Christ.” We have not long to wait; and it is worth being patient for.

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John Nelson Darby on the Second Coming | Lectures 2 of 7

John Nelson DarbyJohn Nelson Darby
on the Second Coming

|Lectures 2 of 7

John Nelson Darby
Lectures on the Second Coming of Christ

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6-7

Genesis 18:17; John 17:20-23; 1 Corinthians 15:47; 1 Thessalonians 4:15-18; Hebrews 2:6-9

Lecture 2

Ephesians 1

At the last lecture I mentioned that the two epistles in which the second coming of the Lord is not spoken of are the Galatians and the Ephesians. It may seem strange that, this being the case, I should have selected on this occasion the chapter we have just read. But I have done so (and shall refer to other passages with the same intention, desiring to found all I say upon Scripture) because that chapter gives us a general view of the whole scene and plan that will be fully accomplished at the second coming of our Lord. It does not speak of the fact of Christ’s coming, but it does tell of the purpose which God has, and that will then be accomplished. And not only that, but it shows us the way in which the church of God (I mean all true saints gathered to Christ by the Holy Ghost sent down from heaven) at the coming of Christ have a portion or part in it-what their place in this great plan of God is, that plan having necessarily for its center the exaltation of the Son, ” the brightness of God’s glory.” He was humbled to be exalted.

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John Nelson Darby on the Second Coming | Lectures 3 of 7

John Nelson DarbyJohn Nelson Darby
on the Second Coming

|Lectures 3 of 7

John Nelson Darby
Lectures on the Second Coming of Christ

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6-7

Revelation 12; ISA 8-9:7; Romans 1:4

Lecture 3

Revelation 12

What I intend speaking of this evening, and the idea of which is given in this chapter in allegorical expressions, is, first, the gathering up of the church of God, the heavenly saints, to be with Christ; and then, secondly, if the time allows, the promises which we have, and thereby the infallible certainty of the restoration of the Jews to their place as a nation upon the earth. Both connect themselves-otherwise it would be impossible to go into the whole subject this evening- with the manifestation of judgments in this world: only that the taking up of the saints is the taking them out of the way of those judgments. On the contrary, the Jews who are to remain on the earth, and other Gentiles also, when they come to those judgments, must pass through them, as Lot passed through, and from all that happened to Sodom, making his escape, yet so as by fire, while Abraham looked on upon the judgments that fell on the guilty cities of the plain. So also Noah was saved, passing through the flood, while Enoch was taken up to heaven. Those two cases are spoken of as analogous to what shall be at the coming of the Son of man. We have in these two cases the two things of which I have spoken-the one class of persons out of the reach and out of the way altogether of the judgments that are coming, and the other class passing through those judgments which destroyed the great body of men, and thus escaping them. I have said that this class consists of the Jews and some Gentiles also; but I do not enter into details on that point at present-I wish now merely to present the general thought.

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