A Dispensational View of the Spiritual Life, or Homage to He That Is Spiritual, part 2

Christ makes the distinction between the natural man of the flesh and the spiritual man who is born of the Holy Spirit. This is one of the many distinctions between Israel and the Church. The Old Testament saint did not have the blessing of being born of the Holy Spirit as the Church age saint does.

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The Words of the Gospel of Eternal Life | 1024project.com

The Words of the Gospel of Eternal Life | 1024project.com. I would like to introduce you to the 1024project.com if you have not yet discovered it on your own.  I am one of the founding members and would like to invite you to sample some of the sites work.  The above article is by one […]

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Truth is Priceless

As a supporter of Israel in accordance with God’s promise to Abraham in Genesis 12, I offer some truths that have been provided in the following blog from Christian Friends of Israeli Communities concerning things that you will not hear in the mainstream news or in most churches in the United States, sadly.  Please read […]

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A Simple Warning From God’s Word and Not Necessarily Out of Context

God once delivered a message through His prophet Isaiah to His people, Israel.  It reads like this in the New American Standard Bible: “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness; who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!  Woe to those who […]

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Hermeneutics and the Spiritual Life

One’s hermeneutic practice is a topic of vital importance.  Everyone has a hermeneutic practice whether they know it or not and whether they are able to explain it or not.  What is the term hermeneutic(s) you may ask.  Good question. The term hermeneutic (hur ma noo tik) may be defined as the science of interpretation, […]

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Israel and the Church: Does One Equal the Other, Part 2

  In a previous post (June 25, 2012) I began sharing many of the distinctions between Israel and the Church.  In particular, I simply shared twelve of the twenty-four contrasts that were identified by Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer in the fourth volume of his Systematic Theology, and, in some cases, clarified or refined by Dr. Arnold […]

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Divine Election and the Character of God: Security for the Church, Hope for Israel

I never cease to be amazed by those who are firmly committed to the Reformed faith who at the same time believe that God has abandoned ethnic Israel (1) in favor of the Church.  It seems incongruent with the whole idea of Divine Election as well as the character and nature of God Himself.  Allow […]

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