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  • Not by Might nor by Power, but by My Spirit – Part 2

    The Bible teaches that the Holy Spirit is a separate, distinct, co-eternal member of the Godhead.  (Matthew 28:19; Luke 10:21; Luke 11:13; John 14:26; Hebrews 9:14)  When we study the Holy Spirit we have to approach the topic with a humble spirit and an open mind because He is the member of the Godhead who

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  • Not by Might nor by Power, but by My Spirit – Part 1

    God appeared to Abraham and made a covenant with the patriarch when he was 99 years old. The covenant stipulated among other things that Abraham would become the father of many nations and kings.  God also promised to give Abraham’s descendants the fertile land of Canaan to possess. (Genesis 17:1-14) About 190 years later, Abraham’s

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  • The Holy Spirit is a Coeternal Member of the Trinity-Christians, Three Gods and the Trinity (Pt. 8)

    First article in series… You may have noticed by now that this study on the Trinity has been more about resolving specific concepts presented in Scripture than merely offering a collection of “proof texts.”  These concepts are encompassing and require more than a single God in the Godhead. Consider this axiom: “Truth is proven true

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  • Lamb's Book | Appendix A | Monotheism vs Tritheism – Three Gods in One

    Trinity The Bible teaches that Jesus Christ is a separate, distinct, coeternal member of Deity — The Trinity. Jesus is not the Father and the Father is not Jesus. Both deities are separate persons having separate wills. Jesus said, “For I have come down from heaven not to do my will but to do the

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  • Should Sinners Shun Sinners? (Part 2) – Immoral Behavior

    First article in series… Shunning Immoral Behavior Previously, we examined several references in the Bible showing situations where shunning may be appropriate. For example, God required that people be ostracized for sexually immoral behavior. (Leviticus 18:29; Revelation 2:14, 20; 1 Corinthians 5:11) God’s commands are for our benefit even if we do not understand His

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