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Concerning Spiritual Gifts

The gift of the word of knowledge is a supernatural endowment of knowledge and is not associated with natural knowledge that results from intellectual pursuits. God is making something known to us outside the realm of study, what someone reveals to us, or what the Bible teaches. By Crawford D. Coon To View the Entire Article, […]

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The Original Plan of Salvation

Nicodemus a well-known and respected religious leader, meets with Jesus at night to avoid unfavorable public opinion. He was a Pharisee, which means he was very educated in his religion and practiced it with extreme devotion. He could be compared to a prominent degreed minister pastoring a large church in your city who went to […]

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The Eternal Reign of Christ

Since Christ’s kingdom never ends, His kingship never ends; and His everlasting Fatherhood never is gofng to end. The church is His bride (His wife), and it would be ridiculous to think that when He meets His bride He will give her away to someone else. The eternal Spirit will do the last work on […]

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Right in the Eyes of the Lord

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: that the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works” (II Timothy 3:16-17). By Denene Pelkey To View the Entire Article, Click Here To Download the Entire Article, Outline, or PowerPoint, […]

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The Ultimate Follower of Christ

While he was on the way to Egypt something very strange happened. Moses became sick and was almost killed by the Lord. From all indications, it appeared that he wanted to avoid a disagreement with his wife. (Haven’t we all been there.) It seems that she did not want to circumcise their son as Moses […]

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Fasting

Fasting is something that should be done regularly—not just when there is a desperate need. Granted, it is easier to fast when there is a situation for which you are burdened, but the Word teaches us we need to fast regularly to bring our bodies under subjection to the Spirit. It is a good idea […]

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Prayer and Fasting

II Corinthians 10: 4-5, “(For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds) Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth it­self’ against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ:” By Wendell Jellison To View […]

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The Garment Of Praise For The Spirit Of Heaviness

Scripture says, “Whoso offereth praise glorifieth me: and to him that ordereth his conversation aright will 1 shew the salvation of God” (Psalm 50:23). When the sun comes up, praise God. When the sun goes down, praise God. No matter if you are sick, praise God. If you are lonely, praise God. Regardless of what […]

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Fight Like Gideon Fought

God gave Gideon instructions to wait on Him. Gideon agreed to tarry until He came. How many times have you heard a Minster say, “Let’s tarry for the Lord?” Sometimes we get in too big of a hurry for God to move or do what “we” want Him to do. Still God moves in His […]

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Jehovah Is One

Then there were the fundamentalists of that day who acknowledged Jesus as God. Within that body of believers were those who could not reconcile the Deity of Christ with the truth of The One God. To break through that barrier and to refute the Arian philosophy, the Nicene Creed was put forth in its earliest […]

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The Church and Spiritual Warfare

There is a great move against spiritual Israel and natural Israel. Both are in the focus of Satan. Satan would like to wipe natural Israel off the face of the earth. We are spiritual Israel, the seed of Abraham; therefore, we have the blessings of Abraham flowing to us. The spiritual prayer warriors can pray […]

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Beg Me Not To Stop Following You

What God do you want your children to worship? That is the God that you must worship with all of your heart, soul and might. Where do you want your children to spend eternity? That is where you must prepare to go in this life! By David Reynolds To View the Entire Article, Click Here To […]

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Concerning Spiritual Gifts (Downloads)

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The Original Plan of Salvation (Downloads)

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The Eternal Reign of Christ (Downloads)

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Jesus, Jehovah Saviour

Theologians have wrought confusion by attempting to integrate the humanity and the Deity of Jesus, whereas they are opposite and contradictory one to the other. The distance between God and man is as wide as the gulf between Scriptures declaring Jesus as God and those presenting Him as man. That gulf is not spanned by […]

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