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The Edges Will Always Be Frayed

The path of Biblical Law will isolate you from the fallen world. And the Book of Revelation makes it quite clear that humanity will gradually decline into a more fallen condition, falling farther and farther below the grace of God. … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — John 3:1-12

A case can be made for thinking that the dialog of Jesus ends at verse 12 and John continues on with commentary. John recorded his gospel in good school-boy Greek, a language that has few of the punctuation marks we … Continue reading

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Demonology 03

The other primary manifestation of demonic activity I encounter is in terms of influence. I do not deny that there are people out there who are clearly dominated by one or more demon spirits. However, I don’t encounter them much … Continue reading

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Demonology 2

In order to discuss ghosts, I need to dismiss some mythology. Ghosts are not disembodied spirits of people. When humans die, they go to face God in some sense we cannot comprehend from this life. They don’t come back. What … Continue reading

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Stones of Conviction

There is no magic formula. In your everyday life, you experience all kinds of influences pushing you in different directions. Some are internal, some are merely internalized, and many are external. If all you have is sensory data and reason, … Continue reading

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Of Sheep and Parables

The language of the heart is parable and symbolism. It is impossible to clinically describe the Spirit Realm from where our minds stand now. There’s noting that requires us to use biblical symbols, but it is absolutely vital that we … Continue reading

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05 The Sheikdom of Heaven

Paul was merely following the customs of his day when he wrote his letter to the Ephesian churches. Those first verses in chapter 1 string together a huge image, and in most English translations, it’s poorly rendered. That’s because it’s … Continue reading

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