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Lesson One: The Seals

Lesson One: The Seals TEXT: Revelation Chapter Six. A. Method Of Interpretation: • In Revelation 6:1 we find the phrase, “as it were” meaning that what follows will be of a figurative or symbolic nature. • John wrote what he saw and heard. • This will be suggestive in nature and is not meant to […]

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Trinity, Fact or Fiction?

Trinity, Fact or Fiction? (III Revision) Scriptural Harmony Process By John D. Sims In the history of the Christian religious world and the twentieth century Pentecostal movement there have been many doctrines, divisions, contentions, and different interpretations of scripture. In this great turmoil has erupted at times in different places which has divided families, friends, churches, organizations, and even […]

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The Proclamation of the Name of God

The Proclamation of the Name of God By: Robert E. Henson Exodus 33:18-19 18 And he said, I beseech thee, show me thy glory. 19 And he said, I will make all my goodness pass before thee, and I will proclaim the name of the LORD before thee; and will be gracious to whom I […]

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The Path to Personal Revival

The Path to Personal Revival Carole J. Keller The door to personal revival begins when we recognize that we are eternally lost and in need of a Savior. God had a plan from the foundation of the world to save mankind. It began with Adam. Adam was told if he ate of the fruit from […]

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Counseling from Scripture

Counseling from Scripture J. R. Ensey Many pastors are returning to scriptural counseling-away from the psychological approach that became popular a generation ago. They are discovering that the answers to man’s spiritual and moral problems do not lie in the theories of Freud, Jung, Rogers, or Maslow. Application of these ideas only tend to complicate […]

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Tribute to a Pentecostal Pioneer

Tribute to a Pentecostal Pioneer Pentecostal Historical Society April-June, 2001 Volume 20, Number 3 On February 14, 1911, Thomas Milton Latta, was born. He was one of the early pioneer preachers. Once a Methodist, he was saved because a lady came down the road where he lived in Cherry Valley, Arkansas, and invited him to […]

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The Certainty of the Gospel

The Certainty of the Gospel By Ron Schoolcraft “That I might make thee know the certainty of the words of truth; that thou mightest answer the words of truth to them that send unto thee” (Proverbs 22:21). We must first know the certainty of the Words of truth ourselves, before we can effectively “give an […]

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Proclaim The Truth

Proclaim The Truth By Jerry Jones The early church was consumed with a desire to evangelize. Even before their eyes were opened to the fact that e Christian faith was more than a sect of Judaism, they read the news of the gospel everywhere. Just as Jesus said they would, they began at Jerusalem. After […]

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The Worst Deception In Existence

The Worst Deception In Existence By The Late Elder B. E. Echols I cannot think of a deception that could be any more tragic and far reaching than one leaving a person thinking and believing he is saved when he is totally lost. This group today far exceeds them that are saved. Such people are going to face […]

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