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The Time Of Transfer

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Naomi became one of the widows whom Paul describes as being ?desolate.? To add to her desolation and grief, she also lost both of her sons and so Naomi ?was left of her two sons and husband.? By this time she was old and helpless... more

I want you to unstand something here, in spite of these words and many other similar Scriptures (John 15:18; Acts 14:22; 1 Thess. 3:3-4; 2 Timothy 3:12), many that profess to know Christ stumble and fall away when they get hit with... more

We are, however, commanded to be filled with the Spirit, which means to be controlled by the Spirit (Eph. 5:18). The disciples on the Day of Pentecost were not only baptized with the Spirit. Also they all were filled with the Holy... more

Join us all day for Mid Day Bible Study as I share from the Care Giving Doctor Show Broadcast: "Church Separation" also visit us at www.uptopministries.org for up dates on events

Repeatedly the Scriptures turn man's attention to nature to illustrate lessons about life and conduct. We will bring back to your notice these passages in Proverbs which teach men about wisdom from nature: Go to the ant, O sluggard, Observe... more

When God delivered His law to the people of Israel from Mt. Sinai, the forces of nature were present to bear witness to the holiness of the One speaking: So it came about on the third day, when it was morning, that there were thunder and... more

Jesus spoke the parable to condemn those who trusted in themselves that they were righteous. The scribes and Pharisees were wrong on two counts. First, they were wrong in thinking that they were righteous ( Matthew 5:2;; 7:15). Secondly,... more

Where did the scribes and Pharisees go wrong? I think they erred in several critical areas. First and foremost, the scribes and Pharisees did not handle (interpret and apply) the Scriptures properly. They did not carry them far... more

The scribes and Pharisees of Jesus' day had a distinctly "holier than thou" attitude. The viewed themselves as a spiritual elite, and they looked down upon the masses as inferior. This is particularly evident in two passages: And He... more

I understand this as meaning that Jesus did not inaugurate something new when He established communion, but rather identified and extended an existing tradition to communicate truth about Himself. The cup immediately after the meal... more

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