28 September 2013

You are Not too Unclean to be Forgiven

Author: Mike Wright

A section of a longer teaching that focuses on those Christians who feel dirty or unclean because of something that happened in the past, such as abortion or sexual immorality, which makes them feel like second-rate Christians.

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21 September 2013

Have nothing to do with worldly fables

Author: Anonym

The Word of God tells us that "in later times" some will fall away from the faith, paying attention to deceitful spirits and doctrines of demons (1 Timothy 4:1). Many in "our times" are falling away from the faith as a result of reading or listening to supposed "Christian messages"; others may not fall away from the faith, but their faith is severely dented by such teachings, and they end up being tossed about by every wind of doctrine (Ephesians 4:14). How can we protect ourselves from such "deceiving spirits"?

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16 September 2013

Doctrines of Demons

By Pastor Anton Bosch *

Author: Anonym

An excellent article by Pastor Anton Bosch, published here with his permission, that urges caution when reading books and articles that describe Satan and the demons in ways that the Bible does not support.

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12 September 2013

A famine for hearing the words of the Lord

Author: Anonym

A couple of weeks ago, while advertising an upcoming Bible study to my local church, I referred to the old analogy of the word of God being like the ocean, with us never venturing deeper than paddling in the shallows. How accurate is this analogy? I believe that it gives most Christians far too much credit... most prefer to not even get their feet wet! Are we in the age predicted by Amos (Amos 8:11-12)? Are we staggering about searching for the word of the Lord and not finding it? Perhaps we need a sea-change (excuse the pun!)

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