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  • (Section 8) Examination Of Possible Pre-Adam World Destruction Series

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Jun 20, 2018

    A look at PreAdam world and PreAdam Desctruction

    C. According to Ezekiel 28: 3-6 1. Law of Double Reference -- 11-18 King of Tyre and Satan Here (vs. 12-15), as in Isa 14:12 the language goes beyond the king of Tyre to Satan, inspirer and unseen ruler of all such pomp and pride as that of Tyre. Instances of thus indirectly more

  • Yet I Will Not Make A Full End

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jun 10, 2016
    based on 6 ratings

    A text of hope in the context of God's determination against His people.

    “YET I WILL NOT MAKE A FULL END”. Jeremiah 4:11-12; Jeremiah 4:22-28. Many of our readings in Jeremiah seem to, like Lamentations, open out on to a vista of total devastation and despair. However, depending on what translation one uses, there is hope: “yet I will NOT make a full end” (Jeremiah more

  • Weeping About The Future

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Sep 2, 2015

    Our job as Christians is to tell people about God and to try to lead them to Christ. Sometimes it means steering them to redemption. Do we actually reach out to them with this in mind? Do we seek a radical change in their hearts? Do we warn people?

    The Book of Jeremiah is a book full of dark prophecies of doom and gloom. Jeremiah is a heartbroken prophet with a heartbreaking message. The people of Israel had forgotten God and refused to listen for his voice. They were locked into their old way of doing things. We are the same. Sometimes more

  • Pray, Give, Go

    Contributed by Mark Armstrong on Feb 22, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    Designed as a short, punchy talk to motivate people for mission.

    Naomi Reed writes a regular column in ‘The Pulse’ magazine. The article is called, ‘Pray, Give, Go’. We ought to be praying for mission, we ought to be giving to mission, and we ought to be sending workers into the field.   I think Naomi has missed the most common response more