Excuses, We All Have Them

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In Lev. 16:5-10, we see where Israel of old had their scapegoat on whom the sins of the people were placed. In like manner, we have our scapegoats. We just rename them and call them excuses. They are easy and readily available. So, if we want to extricate ourselves from any course of action or […]

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I Am What I Am

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As we call to memory Saul of Tarsus, we see a man who was very zealous. A devout, learned man of the scriptures, who persecuted the early church because of his love for God. The book of Acts records, “When they had driven him out of the city, they began stoning him; and the witnesses […]

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Miraculous Gifts of The Holy Spirit

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In the early days of the church, followers of the Lord did not yet have the written word to guide them. That is the reason for the “gifts of the Holy Spirit” which the apostle Paul lists in 1 Cor. 12:8-10. “For to one is given the word of wisdom through the Spirit, and to […]

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Is Ignorance an Excuse?

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“What will happen to those who have never heard the gospel nor had an opportunity to obey it?” Is ignorance an excuse? Usually the one posing theses questions is asking about those ignorant of the gospel and will reference someone in the jungles of South America or the Dark Continent (Africa). They seem to think […]

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