Monthly Archives: January 2010

Need Help ? (I DO!)

HANDY LITTLE CHART – GOD HAS A POSITIVE ANSWER:   YOU SAY   GOD SAYS   BIBLE VERSES   You say:  ‘It’s impossible’   God says:   All things are possible   (Luke 18:27)   You say:  ‘I’m too tired’ … Continue reading

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Theological Terms

Many Thanks to http://www.ondoctrine.com for the following   THEOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY DICTIONARY The following are terms used in religious circles and in writings about religious subjects. Some terminology may have slightly different meanings depending on the point of view, but every … Continue reading

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Hermenutics Defined

Bad Hermeneutics (John MacArthur) Best example I ever heard of bad (really BAD!) hermenutics was the preacher who wanted to preach against women’s hair being put up in a bun — he thought it should be worn down as it … Continue reading

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We Must Pray for President Obama

John Piper – Be Courageous, President Barack Obama John Piper says, ” No, Mr. President ! ” ….. We Must pray for our leaders, that God would change their  hearts. Romans 13:1-5

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Only By the Hand of God,and Only in the Bible

Prophecy, Anyone? (Mark Kielar and Ray Comfort) This video examines History’s so-called prophets and shows that only through God Almighty , and only in the Bible are there 100% accurately fulfilled prophecies, not one or two but hundreds !

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Decisionism and the ‘Altar Call’

This article by Pastor Fred Zaspel is rather long, but well worth the time. It is a good read about a subject far too few have questioned. The “Altar Call” Is it helpful or harmful? by Fred G. Zaspel Published … Continue reading

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Calvinism and Hyper-Calvinism by Phil Johnson

The following is an excellent introduction to the subject at hand. The article is reprinted here in it’s original form and complete. I am posting it primarily because there is so much confusion on the matter and so many Calvinists … Continue reading

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