THE BOOK OF ROMANS: God's Righteousness for Manby Dr Surya Daimari
The letter to the Romans from the basic standpoint is truly a theological treatise. It is the most systematic in its presentation and divinely woven. It is a kind of a studied manifesto of Pauline theology." A Compendium of Christian doctrine"- says Melanethon.
2 of 2 ... Power to Change ... 4/14/2013by Angela Doreathy Watkins
Sunday School Lesson for 4/14/2013. Sacred Seasons - Pentecost - Miracles - Holy Spirit. There are world events shaping the course of mankind's (male/female) history today. The Day of Pentecost changed the world of Christ's disciples unlike any other event in their lives. Often people will make fun of others whose behavior is difference from what they consider normal.
Christian Anti-Semitismby Alan Allegra
Only the gospel of a literal kingdom of Israel can harmonize the 1189 chapters of the Bible, explain the Middle East, and prepare a soul for eternity (Revelation 21).
Zechariah Chapters 1-8 and Malachi 2:17-4:6, Part 8by Karl Kemp
We discuss Mal. 3:6-4:6 here in Part 8. Malachi 4:5 is a key verse, "Behold, I am going to send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and terrible day of the Lord [Yahweh]." The great and terrible day of Yahweh refers to His judgment of the world at the end of this age, but the emphasis here is on His end-time judgment of Israel/Judah. Through the spectacular ministry of the two prophets of Rev. 11:3-12, and the other things that God will do during the first half of Daniel's 70th week (especially the sounding of the seven trumpets of the book of Revelation), He will bring about the repentance of a very large number of the people of Israel, who will be ready to receive the Lord Jesus Christ when He comes in the middle of Daniel's 70th week.
Zechariah Chapters 1-8 and Malachi 2:17-4:6, Part 7by Karl Kemp
We discuss Malachi 3:1-5 here in Part 7. Yahweh, in His mercy, sends His messenger(s) to Israel to call them to repent. Malachi was one such messenger. (His name means "My messenger.") John the Baptist was a very significant messenger. The most important messenger is yet to come at the end of this age (Elijah). For one thing, Elijah will warn Israel of the need to repent in the light of the super-imminent coming of the Lord Jesus Christ to judge Israel and the world. Jesus informed us that the prophecy regarding Elijah to come was fulfilled (in part) by John the Baptist.
Zechariah Chapters 1-8 and Malachi 2:17-4:6, Part 6by Karl Kemp
We discuss Zechariah 8:18-23 and begin to discuss Malachi 2:17-4:6 here in Part 6. Malachi 3:1 is a verse of key importance. I'll quote the first half of the verse: "Behold I am going to send My messenger, and he will clear the way before Me, and the Lord, whom you seek, will suddenly come to His temple...." The messenger refers to John the Baptist who helped clear the way for the first coming of the Lord Jesus Christ and in an even more significant way to the messenger who will help clear the way for His second coming.
Zechariah Chapters 1-8 and Malachi 2:17-4:6, Part 5by Karl Kemp
We discuss Zech. 7:1-8:17 here in Part 5. Zechariah chapter 8 is filled with the good news that God will ultimately return to Jerusalem and will dwell there. "Then Jerusalem will be called the City of Truth, and the mountain of the LORD [Yahweh] of hosts will be called the Holy Mountain." This will come to pass through new-covenant salvation in the Lord Jesus Christ (the Son of God), who appears in several of these prophecies and is the subject of much of the content of the prophecies of the book of Zechariah.
Zechariah Chapters 1-8 and Malachi 2:17-4:6, Part 4by Karl Kemp
We discuss all of Zechariah chapter 6 here in Part 4. The first half of the chapter deals with the vision of the four chariots that God sends to judge the nations in His end-time judgment of the world. In the last half of the chapter, Zechariah was instructed to put an ornate crown of the head of Joshua the high priest, which prefigured the coming ministry of the Great High Priest, the Lord Jesus Christ, who (unlike the old covenant high priests) was also a king, the Great King (the King over all kings and rulers in the universe).
A Biblical Understanding of Knowledge and Wisdomby Dr Surya Daimari
Wisdom is knowing Jesus personally, growing in Jesus every day, and walking with Jesus daily. Wisdom provides guidance in the way of righteousness (Proverbs4:10-19). It is Jesus who gives us knowledge and wisdom (Colossians 2:3), the understanding of good and evil and leads us in the way of righteousness. When knowledge can be achieved through experience and through educational pursuit, wisdom cannot be achieved in such manner. It is only by knowing God through faith in Jesus.