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  1. Called to Serve

    Called to Serve

    We've been called by God to serve
    Whether or not we have the nerve;
    For He promised to be there
    To help us if we do our share.

    Protected by the Lord Above
    And filled with zeal and holy love,
    We need to be obedient; trust
    To do what we feel sure we must.

    Enabled by the Holy Ghost;
    Surrounded by angelic host -
    God has supplied our every need
    So that we might excel;
  2. AntiChrist's 7 Year Peace Treaty With Israel (What's The Purpose?)

    by , May 10th 2014 at 03:32 PM (The Effect of Darwin's Theory on Christianity in Europe.)
    This topic undoubtedly has been extensively debated. In Daniel's vision of the End Times Dan 7:27, Daniel's 70th Week the scriptures confirmed that the Antichrist will 'confirm or sign a 7 year peace treaty with Israel'.

    As politicians and all well meaning pacifists struggle daily to find a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians and indeed the rest of the Arab world - we sense an underlying tension that highlights the fragility of peace in this region, even with the few

    Updated Jun 4th 2014 at 02:26 PM by Trivalee

    Devotionals , Theology , Teaching
  3. . . . the destruction of the Temple of Herod, the Kingdom of God, and the rest . . .

    I think we all agree that Jesus' Bible was the Old Testament--the Law, Prophets, and Psalms and so on.

    And the Temple of Herod was the Center of the Life of the Hebrew people for centuries.

    So, for Jesus to say that Herod's Temple was determined for destruction had to be based on what He read in the Old Testament.

    But then, none of this was enough for the disciples--they had questions, yes?

    And so, Jesus took it one ...

    Updated May 4th 2014 at 04:10 AM by billy-brown 2

    Tags: kingdom, temple
  4. Monotheistic Dances part 2

    "Learning the First Steps"

    When we consider the interactions of Monotheism, we understand that it appeared in many forms from an apparently early time, in Greek philosophy (called philosophical Monotheism) in Persia among the Zoroatrians, and in India among some early strains of the Vedas. The point here is simply to back Paul's assertion that one can see God's might and majesty in the natural world, as well as a morality that parallels the Law. It was not that ...
  5. 86. FEAR

    Quote Originally Posted by Slug1 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by keck553 View Post
    Only if one uses inductive exegesis. Then they can make Scripture say anything.
    Hmmmm, I think inductive exegesis is what makes scripture mean what it's true meaning is. Inductive exegesis is taking the whole book into account and also divide it with all other portions of the whole Bible that are relevant... if I understand inductive exegesis properly. It can also include the inclusion of history, culture, even religious setting, etc in the process of understanding of the scripture.