• Why the Bible Calls Jesus The Son of God – Christians, Three Gods, and the Trinity (Pt. 5)

    First article in series… Jesus and the Trinity At this point in our study on the Trinity, we need to synthesize what the Bible teaches about Jesus.  For example, the Bible teaches that Jesus and the Father are separate, distinct, coeternal members of the Godhead.  Jesus is not a created being.  Like the Father, Jesus

  • Jesus Rescues His Saints

    The fifth trumpet marks the appearing of the devil and his angels. God permits the devil and his angels to occupy the nations of Earth and torment people who have not made a decision for God or the devil. For a five month period, God will allow the devil to inflict great suffering upon the

  • Five Essential Bible Truths

    This is a discussion with Letty Kincaid on the five essential Bible doctrines. These five doctrines are: Salvation by Faith The State of the Dead The Sanctuary The Sabbath The Second Coming The five "S's" are fundamentally important because the books of Daniel and Revelation build upon these key doctrines. If these five doctrines are

  • Chapter 4 – Salvation through Justification

    Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have gained access by faith into this grace in which we now stand. And we rejoice in the hope of the glory of God. –  Romans 5:1,2 The Way to Eternal Life Is Through

  • How Faith Grows

    How Faith Grows Editor's note: Two month's ago I wrote an article entitled “Which Path Do You Choose?” (Day Star, February, 1996). I planned to write a follow-up article about how faith grows. However, Randy Feuilly of Durango, Colorado submitted this article and I do not believe I can improve on it. What is faith?