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  • Lessons On Jude (Series) Part 1 Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Feb 6, 2018
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    Jude is concerned with apostasy. Even in his day, the church was already being infiltrated by religious Quislings, men who posed as servants of God but who were actually enemies of the cross of Christ. Jude’s purpose is to expose these traitors and to. .

    THE BOOK OF JUDE Jude is concerned with apostasy. Even in his day, the church was already being infiltrated by religious Quislings, men who posed as servants of God but who were actually enemies of the cross of Christ. Jude’s purpose is to expose these traitors and to describe their ultimate ...read more

  • A New Covenant

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Mar 6, 2018
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     | 3,401 views

    To whom does this new covenant apply, to Israel or Everybody?

    A New Covenant Jeremiah 31:31-40 This prophecy of Jeremiah is one of the important prophecies of the Old Testament. It is the only prophecy of the New Covenant in it. It has been widely quoted in the New Testament, and is used in the debates concerning end-time prophecy. So it is profitable to ...read more

  • Book Of Titus Part 3 (Lessons On Titus Series) Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Feb 19, 2018
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    Jude longed to share the joys of salvation, which was the dominant theme uniting all of the Christian community, but an insidious cancer developing within the body of the believers threatened to destroy their peace and unity.

    Peace is the serenity and confidence that come from reliance on God’s word and from looking above circumstances to the One who overrules all circumstances for the accomplishment of His own purposes. This is that same peace “beyond anything we can imagine” (Philippians 4:7). We can have no true ...read more