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  1. Bible 7 THOU SHALT NOT MAKE UNTO THEE ‚ANY LIKENESS OF ANY THING THAT IS IN HEAVEN ABOVE, OR THAT IS IN THE EARTH BENEATH, OR THAT IS IN THE WATER UNDER THE EARTH. Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them‚.Exod.20: 4-7 by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    ‚Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or ANY LIKENESS of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God‚‚ Exod.20:4-5

  2. Bible 6: DOING NOTHING ‚ THROUGH VAINGLORY, BUT IN LOWLINESS OF MIND EACH COUNTING OTHER BETTER THAN HIMSELF; Phil 2:3 SELF-ESTEEM GOT SATAN OUT OF HEAVEN. SELF-ESTEEM GOT ADAM AND EVE OUT OF PARADISE. by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    Nothing will take you away quicker from Christ Jesus than self-esteem. It got Satan out of heaven; it got Adam and Eve out of paradise. From it proceed most of the problems at work, most big wars, most marital arguments, most of kids‚ brutality to kids. Self-Esteem is the source and the cause ‚bullying‚ the weaker. Unlike sex, pride is insatiable, utterly selfish and increasingly arrogant. We all become victims of somebody‚s self-esteem. We need love.

  3. Some Basics on the Trinity by Karl Kemp  
    I believe the Bible, especially the New Testament, clearly teaches the Trinity, with the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit each being Deity in a totally full sense. I believe the Bible makes it equally clear that God the Father always has had and always will have the preeminent role in the Trinity.

  4. Bible 5.FOR EVEN WHEN WE WERE WITH YOU, THIS WE COMMANDED YOU, THAT IF ANY WOULD NOT WORK, NEITHER SHOULD EAT. 2 Thes. 3:10 by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should eat. For we hear that there are some which walk among you disorderly, working not at all, but are busybodies. Thess 3: 10-11.

  5. Bible 4. FOR THE WRATH OF MAN WORKETH NOT THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD. James 1: 20. ANGER ‚" never a good thing for man? by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    One way to avoid stomach ulcers, high blood pressure and strokes, terrible arguments (even homicide?), losing friends, perhaps even divorce ‚" is to control ANGER.
    For man, it is usually a trigger for violence and unwise decisions. What does God say?


  6. The Bible Is Often Very Imprecise about Things by Max Aplin  
    When ancient Jews spoke about things, in some ways they tended to be much less precise than we are in modern Western culture. Many of the problems that modern readers of the Bible experience when reading it can be solved by taking account of this.

  7. Bible 3: GRUDGES, HOSTILITIES, RESENTMENTS, DISLIKES. ‚Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any: even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye‚. Col.3:13 by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    What does God say about grudges, hostilities, resentments and dislikes? How profitable is God‚s wonderful will for us in these matters?

  8. Bible 2. BUT I SAY UNTO YOU, THAT WHOSOEVER LOOKETH ON A WOMAN TO LUST AFTER HER HATH COMMITTED ADULTERY WITH HER ALREADY IN HIS HEART. Matt. 5: 28 by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    ADULTERY and your eternity? Thought you had it made?
    All abuse Ô" biblically unlawful sex Ô" actually destroys biblical marriage. The latter, truthfully, is the only most happy and productive relationship in the long run. We live inside a marriage, regardless of country, climate or culture. Entire powerful civilizations were lost historically because of marital immorality. You can read about it in any history book.
    Note, Jesus said WOMAN, not VIRGIN. Why the distinction?


  9. (B1 ‚" Bible Study 1) BUT IF YE FORGIVE NOT MEN THEIR TRESPASSES, NEITHER WILL YOUR FATHER FORGIVE YOUR TRESPASSES. MATT. 6: 15 by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    Are you really forgiven? ‚But if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses‚. Matt. 6: 15.
    Your essential 3 minute Bible Study. Have something better to do? Actually, very much will depend on your response here, Old Boy.


  10. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 10 by Karl Kemp  
    After discussing 1 Tim. 6:13-16 and Heb. 11:27, we discuss a lengthy article by Andrew S. Malone who argues for the visibility of God the Father. Greek philosophy helped perpetuate the idea that God is invisible.

  11. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 9 by Karl Kemp  
    We continue with the study of James 5:7-8 with 5:1-12, discuss Rev. 22:3-5, and discuss several passages from the New Testament that might seem to teach that God the Father will always be invisible.

  12. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 8 by Karl Kemp  
    We finish the discussion of 1 John 2:28 in its context and begin a discussion of James 5:7-8 in its context. It is significant that the coming (Greek "parousia") of the Lord (Greek "kurios") in all three verses apparently speak of the coming of God the Father to judge at the end of this age.

  13. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 7 by Karl Kemp  
    Much of the content here in Part 7 supports the viewpoint that 1 John 2:28 speaks of the coming (parousia) of God the Father to save and to judge, not of the coming of the Lord Jesus (but the Lord Jesus will also come at the same time).

  14. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 6 by Karl Kemp  
    The book of Revelation shows that God the Father (and not just the Lord Jesus) will come to save and to judge at the sounding of the last trumpet of the book of Revelation. Apparently 1 John 2:28 prophesies of His coming (parousia) too, along with James 5:7 and 8.

  15. YOU NEVER KNEW THIS ABOUT CHRIST JESUS? OR ABOUT THE TRINITY? ARE CATHOLICS WRONG? by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    IN THIS SHORT PASSAGE WE HAVE CLEAR REFERENCE TO THE LORD GOD, HIS SPIRIT AND THE SENT ONE WHO CALLS HIMSELF THE GREAT I AM, THE FIRST AND THE LAST AND THE CREATOR. Who, do you suppose, is the ‚Sent One‚? Behold, here He is called CREATOR of Earth and Heavens, not in any Christian writing, but in original Hebrew Scripture and by Isaias.

    From the context of Exodus 3, it follows that the ANGEL of the Lord, The Sent One of God, is called God, The God of the Fathers, the great I AM. This Angel of the Lord is sending Moses unto the children of Israel. Some might still think that Father God was present in the Burning bush. The scripture DOES NOT say that. If Father God wanted to deal with Moses and Israel directly Himself, why would He want to SEND HIS MESSENGER (Angel), as stated in Isaiah 48:12-16? Why does the ANGEL appear now in the midst of the burning bush?


  16. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 5 by Karl Kemp  
    We deal with 1 John 2:28-3:3 throughout Part 5 of this paper. 1 John 3:2 is a key verse that deals with our seeing God the Father and being like Him after we are glorified. We also begin to discuss the important point that 1 John 2:28 apparently refers to the coming (Greek "parousia") of God the Father, not to the coming of the Lord Jesus.

  17. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 4 by Karl Kemp  
    After finishing the discussion of Isaiah 6:1-5, which apparently speaks of Isaiah's seeing God the Father at the time he was ordained to the ministry, we discuss Matthew 5:8; 1 Corinthians 13:12, and Hebrews 12:14 (which is discussed in some detail) which are other verses that speak of our seeing God the Father after we are glorified. Then we begin a lengthy (quite important I believe) study of 1 John 2:28-3:3. In agreement with many, I believe 1 John 3:2 speaks of our seeing God the Father after we are glorified. I believe that 1 John 2:28 probably speaks of the coming (parousia) of God the Father.

  18. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 3 by Karl Kemp  
    We continue with a discussion of passages where Ezekiel saw God the Father in visions. He didn't see Him in any detail, but what he saw helps confirm that, though He is not visible to the physical eye, He is not invisible. Apparently the visions of God that Ezekiel saw, where He had the appearance of a man, demonstrate the reality that He has a spiritual body that can be seen. We will also discuss some passages where Moses (and others who were with Moses, and Isaiah, Daniel, and the apostle John) saw God the Father in visions, theophanies.

  19. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 2 by Karl Kemp  
    For one thing, here in Part 2 we begin an important study of key chapters of the book of Ezekiel, where Ezekiel saw God the Father in the form of a man, but he was not able to see Him in any detail. Some believe Ezekiel saw the Son of God, not God the Father. However, the fact that the "man dressed in linen" came on the scene in Ezekiel chapters 9 and 10 and interacted with God the Father suffices to convince me that Ezekiel was seeing God the Father, seeing Him in a vision, a vision that was based on reality. There is widespread agreement that the "man dressed in linen" was the Son of God, the preincarnate Christ.

  20. Will We See God the Father after We Are Glorified? Part 1 by Karl Kemp  
    Many Christians don't believe we will see God the Father after we are glorified. I believe the Bible rather strongly indicates that we will see Him and that this is an important topic. We will discuss 1 John 2:28-3:3 and James 5:7-8 in some detail, passages that apparently speak of God the Father coming to save and to judge at the end of this age.

  21. The Meeting Of Misery And Mercy by Anthony Weber  
    What we can learn from Jesus' interaction with the woman caught in adultery.

  22. Baptism in the Holy Spirit Is for New Christians by Max Aplin  
    Baptism in the Holy Spirit is for Christians from the time that they first come to faith. The idea, found in some Pentecostal circles, that a Christian should aim to reach a level of spirituality where they are ready for Spirit baptism, is a mistake.

  23. Oh the Places We Will Go! by bella hambrick  
    We can fine Christ message every! Including in a Children's book.

  24. On the Way to the Palace by Grace Tom-Lawyer  
    The story of Joseph is most times portrayed as a magical rags to riches story, it seems he suddenly slept one night in the prison and the nest in the palace but this series of studies will show us invaluable lessons as Joseph is prepared for his role in the Palace. Preparation was thee key in Joseph life and if we will eventually get to the palace, we must be ready to take our preparation seriously.Preparation is the sign that we believe in our future.

  25. Who Were The Giants, Mighty Men Of Old, and Men of Renown? by Stephen Vattimo  
    In this article I discus what I think is the identity of The Nephilim and their offspring the giants. Using the bible to support my theory.

  26. The Bible Is True - But This Is a Bit More Complicated than You May Think by Max Aplin  
    The Bible consistently teaches what is true. Yet when we come to closely examine it, we find that its truthfulness is not actually a simple subject. Simplistic assumptions about the nature of the Bible sometimes cause problems.

  27. The Hidden & Misunderstood Sufferings of Jesus by Steve Countryman  


  28. What Is the Difference between Knowing God and Being Religious? by Stephen Vattimo  
    Educational look at the difference between knowing God and religion

  29. False Beliefs about Angels That Are Commonly Held. by Stephen Vattimo  
    Taking a look at debunking folklore about the true biblical nature of angel.

  30. Speaking In Tongues And Private Prayer by Mick Alexander  
    Like all gifts, speaking in tongues was not for private use but for the common good.

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