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Sensing the Word

Time and space, among other things, separate the reality of man from the existence of God. The Almighty Creator is above and outside of all that confines. Only the material world and the spiritual formed realities, like angels, have bodies … Continue reading

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Truth Be Told: The Hinge Point of Revelation. 3

One of the ironies of human language is that the word truth cannot be truly defined or found in any dictionary. God won’t allow it. This is not simply because the One who is Truth cannot be fully fathomed, though … Continue reading

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Flirting With Scripture

Language is a curious affair. It flirts with an idea for a time and then shifts to new meanings and intents as the users themselves shift. The relationship between a word and its meaning is seldom exclusive beyond a moment. … Continue reading

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Rocking the System of Worship

The first advent of Christ not only rocked the system of expected worship of the one true God, it forever altered how believers are to understand his word. (photographer) According to the author of Hebrews, “He sets aside the first … Continue reading

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Filtered by the Blood – part 1

Have you thought about how drastically the New Covenant alters the understanding of the 10 Commandments? In our Wineskins study, our family recently reviewed the long version of the first three (so far) of those holy commands carved into stone … Continue reading

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My Teachings: The Only Source of Truth

As a teacher, Jesus made the most extraordinary claims. He claimed that his words held more authority than any other teacher, that they alone were capable of revealing truth, that acceptance of his words could actually give life, and that … Continue reading

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Revelation on the Menu

It was a busy day and so dinner consisted of dip-able Mexican appetizers. It may not rank as a meal of champions, but when one is set on carving time out of an impossible schedule, the tongue out-voted the colon. … Continue reading

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