Monthly Archives: November 2016

To Celebrate or not to Celebrate

I have participated in Christmas activities at church, home, school, and work and I have never heard or seen anyone celebrating to this “sun god”. Continue reading

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Hermeneutics: the Eight Rules of Biblical Interpretation

via Hermeneutics: the Eight Rules of Biblical Interpretation Interpreting the Bible is not a task that belongs only to the theologian but should be the business of every believer. Each Christian has a duty to make sure that what he … Continue reading

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ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus – Christian Classics Ethereal Library

via ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus – Christian Classics Ethereal Library Every Charismatic ought to read this. This closely resembles what goes on in some charismatic churches.

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Modern Restoration of Apostles? — Pirate Christian Media

via Modern Restoration of Apostles? — Pirate Christian Media Apostles and prophets are proliferating at a rapid rate in the the church today. What is this phenomenon we are seeing? Is it God positioning the church to do greater things … Continue reading

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Seven Benefits of Preaching the Gospel to the Church – YouTube

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How De We Hear From God Session 4: The Roots and Fruits of the New Apostolic Reformation – YouTube

The New Apostolic Reformation is a movement that has infiltrated every Christian denomination with its ideas.  The main ideas are that God is restoring Apostles and Prophets to the church and that the church in these latter times will perform … Continue reading

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4 Ways the Holy Spirit Does Not Lead You—and 1 Big Danger — Charisma Magazine

via 4 Ways the Holy Spirit Does Not Lead You—and 1 Big Danger — Charisma Magazine

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