Category: Bible

Victorious Eschatology

A little while ago, in Fervent, Effectual Prayer, I mentioned that it has been on my heart to encourage a fresh wave of believing prayer for the nations. Then in our last post, God’s Purposes For The Nations, I shared my personal

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God’s Purposes For The Nations

We recently talked about fervent prayer that gets results. I mentioned that it’s been on my heart to encourage a fresh wave of believing prayer for the nations. Yet I’ve realized that a few beliefs are hindering Christians from agreeing

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Opposition because of the word…

Have you ever thought you heard God’s voice and then everything after that seemed like it was falling apart? It’s easy to question and wonder if you made the wrong choice, or want to go back in time. However, sometimes

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Did Paul Preach To The Galatians Because Of A Sickness?

In the last post and the one before it we answered some common, yet deeply flawed arguments that people use from the New Testament to imply sickness may sometimes be God’s will for Christians. Then on a Youtube comment, I

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Why Did Paul Leave Trophimus Sick?

In the last post, Why was this man born blind?, we examined two New Testament passages that are commonly misused to imply that God’s will is sometimes sickness. Today we are looking at two more such passages. “I Left Trophimus

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Why Was This Man Born Blind?

I never saw anybody healed through my hands until I got the issues I was confused about out of the way and became convinced, from scripture, that it’s God’s will. I laid out the scriptural foundation in the article “13

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Is Bill Johnson A False Teacher?

Our last post, Is Bethel Church a Cult?, addressed the criticisms of Bethel church in the first part of an article someone sent me titled Bethel Church Believes a Different Gospel. Today we are responding to the second part of that article, which

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Yoked With God

These words of Jesus recently came to mind again. This time I had a few fresh thoughts about being yoked with God. “My Yoke Is Easy And My Burden Is Light.” Matthew 11:25-30 (NIV) At that time Jesus said, “I praise

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Get out of the “Blame Game!”

Last week and the week before we talked about the fallacies of the “100%” criticism. The “100%” criticism claims that we have no right to teach the biblical doctrines of faith and God’s will to heal if we don’t demonstrate them

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Four Marking Characteristics Of The “New Faith Movement” Part 2

Last week we started our discussion of how the “new faith movement” differs from several “faith movements” that people are familiar with from the past. We started by talking about how the focus is changing from “getting your healing” to ministering

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