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I Pledge Alliegance …

Last week I went to my son’s military basic training graduation. Hundreds graduated, but four were also honored with US citizenship for graduating. In order to get that citizenship, they had to renounce all alliegances to all other governments, foreign … Continue reading

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Accepting Jesus & the Kingdom Gospel

I am really enjoying this new way of blogging. I have loaded up two new articles, one on accepting Jesus as personal Savior and one on the Gospel of the Kingdom. The latter is a rerun from a few months … Continue reading

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The Kingdom Gospel and Its Influence

For many years I looked for something I dared call “the church”; something I was confident would be the recipient of the promises of God that are made only to “the church.” Perhaps the greatest of the promises I hoped … Continue reading

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Proof of the Gospel

Two days ago we talked about the Gospel of the Kingdom. Yesterday we talked about the response that the apostles requested from those who believed that Gospel. We have one more subject to cover. What did the apostles use as … Continue reading

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Surrender, Repentance, and Baptism: Part II

I got the phrase “Kingdom Gospel, surrender, and baptism” from Marc Carrier, a missionary to Africa. He wrote on Facebook, “Over 20 pastors in attendance. Taught kingdom gospel, surrender, repentance, and baptism.” Yesterday we covered the Kingdom Gospel. I’m going … Continue reading

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Kingdom Gospel, Surrender, Repentance and Baptism

I got the phrase “Kingdom Gospel, surrender, and baptism” from Marc Carrier, a missionary to Africa. He wrote on Facebook, “Over 20 pastors in attendance. Taught kingdom gospel, surrender, repentance, and baptism.” What he meant by that is desperately important. … Continue reading

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The Gospel: Comment Response

Let’s take a break from Teachings That Must Not Be Lost to respond to a comment. It isn’t really a break. I’m trying to put TTMNBL posts up every two days, and this is going up on an inbetween day. … Continue reading

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Witnesses of the Resurrection

We terribly underestimate the importance of the primary job of the twelve apostles. In fact, most of us don’t even know what it was. It is written in the book of the Psalms, “… Let another take position.” Therefore, from … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Salvation?

Someone told me that CharismaMag.com had some great articles this month. I agree, it did. One of them inspired yesterday’s post. Today, though, I want to disagree with one, or at least make it more direct. The article is called … Continue reading

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The Gospel: Dare We Trust It?

The article, Jesus vs. Paul, by Scot McKnight is, in my opinion, absolutely crucial for modern Evangelicals not only to read … but to understand and hold onto. I found it painfully long and slow to get to the point, … Continue reading

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