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An Exegetical Look of 2nd Corinthians 3:1-11, Part 1

An Exegetical Look of 2nd Corinthians 3:1-11 2 Corinthians 3:1 “Are we beginning to commend ourselves again? Or do we need, as some do, letters of recommendation to you, or from you?”[All scripture taken from the ESV unless otherwise noted]... Continue Reading →

A Brief Commentary and Exegesis on Rev. 3:1-6 Part 2

What They Did Wrong God doesn't only know what we do, but He knows why we do it. We cannot surprise God. This is both peaceful and scary. Peaceful, because God already knows every sin we are ever going to... Continue Reading →

Greek Word Study: Ephesians 5:19 and “Eautois”

Greek Word Study: “Eautois” Eautois comes from the Greek word “Eautou” which means “of himself” or “his own.” It is in 3rd person, its plural, and masculine. Eautois is also a reflexive pronoun which basically means it ends in “selves”... Continue Reading →

A Summary of the Different Categories of Old Earth Creationism

A Summary of the Different Categories of Old Earth Creationism Genesis 1:26 “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl... Continue Reading →

A Principle of Hermeneutics: Prophecy

  A Principle of Hermeneutics: Prophecy The first step to correctly interpreting a text, whether it be Scripture or any other text, is to understand what genre of text you are interpreting so that you can have a better grasp... Continue Reading →

Interpreting John 3:5: “Born of Water and Spirit”

Interpreting John 3:5: “Born of Water and Spirit” This passage has been interpreted several different ways. Some believe that the “water” is Johns baptism. Some believe it is Christian baptism. Some even believe it is referring to the amniotic fluid... Continue Reading →

Prayer and James 5:13-18 Part 3

An Exposition of James 5:13-18 While other things are mentioned in this context, the over-all theme is prayer. In fact, prayer is mentioned in each of the 6 verses in this thought block. The rest of this series will be an... Continue Reading →

Prayer and James 5:13-18 Part 2

An Introduction of James What separates an epistle from a letter is the fact that an epistle is written to the church in general, while letters are written to specific people or congregations. James is one of these epistles. It... Continue Reading →

Prayer and James 5:13-18 Part 1

Prayer: James 5:13-18 INTRODUCTION: There seems to be some inconsistency sometimes in the brotherhood when it comes to prayer. There are those who believe that they are commanded to pray for healing, but they also believe that God only answers... Continue Reading →

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