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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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Empty W rds

You may not recognize it, but you may be a victim of propaganda. Don’t be shocked. It is actually fairly common to fall prey to those who intend to deceive the unsuspecting to swallow their bait. Neither the intellectually brilliant … 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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She’s a Perfect Ten

You were a goddess of perfection when you were young, but not so much now. Ouch; that’s not going to win you points, but is it true? Scripture makes a similar statement: “Thou wast perfect in thy ways from the … Continue reading

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In Context: Strip Teasing the Layers, 3 of 3

Attempting to unveil further detail ought to come with music. Previously we viewed the ten Commandments of Context as a way of approaching how to study Scripture. Here we will take some time to consider why each layer is important … Continue reading

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Bible Blues: Why Trust an Old Book?

Regarding the fallibility of man and the infallibility of Scripture. [The following lecture notes are shared for further study from a recent presentation by Kevin Graham]. Jn 7:38   “Whoever believes in me as the Scripture has said, streams of living water … Continue reading

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