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Through the Bible: Luke 2:41 – 3:3; Matthew 3:1-3, John the Baptist

We are going through Tatians Diatessaron, a harmony of the Gospels compiled in the mid-second century. Today, we are in Section III, and we will be going over Luke 2:41-3:3 and Matthew 3:1-3. [Jesus’] kinfolk used to go to Jerusalem … Continue reading

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Through the Bible: Luke 1:76-80, Repentance and Atonement

Note: This is a very long post. I think it the subject is worth the length of the post. Therefore, I will wait at least three days to post the next one. If you are going through the Bible with … Continue reading

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Through the Bible: Isaiah 1:4-9

My commentary on Isaiah 1:4-9 primarily deals with God’s redemptive punishments.

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Paul Washer and Repentance

I’ve been listening to Paul Washer for a few minutes. A friend of mine listens to him regularly. I haven’t really wanted to, mostly because I had heard his style while overhearing others listening to him.. I hadn’t really heard … 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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Repentance and Forgiveness

I spent a lot of time on this comment response, so I’m making it a post. You’ll have to figure out the comment I’m responding to. It concerns my post “He Who Fears God and Labors at Righteousness”. ************************* I … Continue reading

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Repentance Revisited

I was reading Wisdom today, and I ran across a really neat passage on repentance. (I’ll tell you below what the book of Wisdom is, why I read it, and why you should, too.) But you have mercy on all … Continue reading

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To Whom Will the Lord Not Impute Sin?

The apostle Paul tells us, “Blessed is the one to whom the Lord will not impute sin” (Rom. 4:8). I think we all would agree such a person is blessed! The question is, who is that person? I love the … Continue reading

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Nothing Shall Separate Us from the Love of God

Today my father-in-law’s “Verse of the Day” talked about Romans 8:38-39, which says that Paul was convinced that no created thing and no trial (nor a bunch of other things) can separate us from the love of God which is … Continue reading

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