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Ed Vasicek avatar
Pigs and Dogs
Shared by: Ed Vasicek on Apr, 2010
Summary: The correlation between evil and a bent to destroy is demonstrated in the sinister nature of false teachers within the church.
based on 5 ratings
Scripture: 2 Peter 2:17-22
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 1,371
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Phonies In The Church
Shared by: Ronald Shultz on Mar, 2001
Summary: How to deal with false prophets.
based on 63 ratings
Scripture: 1 John 4:1-5
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 962
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The wheat and the tares, and the gnashing of teeth
Shared by: Gordon McCulloch on Oct, 2014
Summary: The parable of the wheat and the tares is not all about hypocrisy; it is also a gospel reading, full of strength through humility, and atonement. Read on!
Scripture: Matthew 13:24-43
Denomination: Episcopal
Views: 826
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Who's Who
Shared by: Lamont A. Higginbottom on Jan, 2012
Summary: The Wheat and The Tare
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 13:24-30
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 3,262
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Principles for Harvesters
Shared by: Philip Harrelson on Jan, 2012
Summary: A look at the tares among the wheat.
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Scripture: Matthew 13:24-30
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 1,417
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Separating the Wheat from the Weeds
Shared by: Craig Condon on Apr, 2015
Summary: While the forces of good and evil will be sorted out some day, there is still time for change until that day comes. It is a story about grace, patience and hope. Don’t we often look back on our own mistakes and become thankful that we had time to change?
Scripture: Matthew 13:24-43
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 395