A few days ago on September 23rd, we looked at 2 John 1:9-11 and why Doctrine Matters. It is my hope to bring more articles about doctrinal issues that we can relate to that topic. What does union with Christ mean? In this post, I walk you through what the doctrine of union with Christ … More Union With Christ: The Most Important Doctrine You’ve Never Heard Of
OOOPS! forgot to hit Publish yeaterday! Getting old is not for the fainthearted. JOHN 16 Chapter CONTEXT from MHCC: Persecution foretold. (1-6) The promise of the Holy Spirit, and his office. (7-15) Christ’s departure and return. (16-22) Encouragement to prayer. (23-27) Christ’s discoveries of himself. (28-33) In the past, we have written many Devotionals about … More Sunday Sermon Series – 09/11/2022
PSALM 20 CONTEXT: Matthew Henry’s Commentary states: It is the will of God that prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings, should be made, in special manner, for kings and all in authority. This psalm is a prayer, and the next a thanksgiving, for the king. David was a martial prince, much in war. Either this psalm was … More Devotional Thought for Today – 06/14/2022
President Biden and Isaiah 6: It’s Not Really About ‘Here Am I Send Me’ President Biden certainly isn’t the first President to misquote Scripture for political ends, only the most recent. Last week, in a speech responding to the terrorist attack on the airport in Kabul, Biden quoted from Isaiah 6:8, when the prophet answered the Lord’s call … More President Biden and Isaiah 6
Y’all know me and if any Idiom applies ( Beating a Dead Horse) when it comes to the bible, it is CONTEXT. You cannot read a verse of Holy Scripture and say this is what it means without understanding the context in which it is written. This article, written for those in seminary, is still … More Practical Bible Study: Where to Begin
Another in the Frequently Abused Verses Series by Jeremiah Johnson / Friday, July 19, 2019 In the lead-up to the Truth Matters conference in October, we will be focusing our attention on the sufficiency, authority, and clarity of Scripture. Of our previous blog series, none better embodies that emphasis than Frequently Abused Verses. The following entry from … More Is God’s Primary Concern My Earthly Blessing?
In the lead-up to the Truth Matters conference in October, we will be focusing our attention on the sufficiency, authority, and clarity of Scripture. Of our previous blog series, none better embodies that emphasis than Frequently Abused Verses. The following entry from that series originally appeared on September 30, 2015. -ed. (For other articles in this series just type Frequently … More On Whose Door Is Christ Knocking?