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The historical background for Paul's collection emphasis in the eighth and ninth chapters of the book of II Corinthians.
A review of a surprising definition of a common word
Some thoughts on a 5 syllable, seldom used word to explain it and give a solution to make encounters with it easier
This phrase occurs in the book of Galatians, but Paul doesn't explain it. Here is the answer to the question, "What did Paul mean by that phrase?"
A challenge to give serious, intelligent thought to our limited time here on earth.
People are born and people die. Many are born a second time to live a supernatural life.
Not much thought is given to the most important aspect of our lives. Looking at it this way might bring it to the fore.
Ramadan 2018 will start on Wednesday, sixteenth may also 2018 (according to Saudi Arabia) and end on Thursday, 14th June 2018. Eid ul Fitr date could be on Friday, fifteenth June 2018. That is the tentative date as the real-time is contingent on the sighting of the moon of Ramadan, th...
As we live our lives and participate in events we can never anticipate when someone we meet will later become a celebrity or household name. In 1978 I met a high school student who was a puppeteer and later moved on to greater things than performing at school or Church functions.
Research into the question of Sunday worship, and the claim by some that the Sabbath is the correct worship day.
Thoughts on the Holy Spirit and receiving of the gifts of the Holy Spirit by the laying on of hands in New Testament times. Also, the gifts of the Holy Spirit given according to His will.
Somewhere, someone got at least two different New Testament characters mixed up, and Mary Magdalene has mistakenly and unfairly been tagged with another woman's reputation.
The women who went to Jesus' tomb to complete the preparation his body for burial were the first to discover his resurrection from the dead. What they experienced changed their lives and history forever.
Hope as a verb addresses that which is only tentative, without any real certainty. When used in the New Testament by the apostle Paul, it speaks of the expected and certain reward of eternal life for the faithful Christian.
A single selfless act resulted in restored relations between two countries.
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