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    Undeniable, seemingly Irreconcilable Truths God’s Sovereignty Man’s Responsibility Proverbs 21:1 The king’s heart is in the hand of the Lord; he directs it like a watercourse wherever he pleases. Romans 9:15-16 “I will have mercy on whom I have mercy, and I will have …
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    Stages: Exploring Christ Growing in Christ Close to Christ Christ-Centered So here we are with Different Experiences Different Expectations Different Stages Different states The Rule of Faith: The authority of God’s inerrant word. God exists in three Persons—Father, Son, …
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    1:1-17—THEME 1:18-3:20—SIN 3:21-5:21—SALVATION 6:1-8:39—SANCTIFICATION 9-11: SOVEREIGNTY Romans 11:33-36 Oh, the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable his judgments, and his paths beyond tracing out! “Who has known the mind of the …
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We’re going to move on in the analysis of this document outlining the tenets of the doctrine of Lordship Salvation. Here’s the portion of the text we are examining today: There are many articles of faith that are fundamental to all evangelical teaching. For example, there is ag…
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Philippians 1:6 ….Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus. Okay, I’ll admit I have several unfinished projects. Some ceiling repairs from rain damage. A toilet that is cracked (but not leaking!)
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Romans 8:18-25 By Barbara Higdon  Tags: advent,hope,devotionalCategory: Advent
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We’re in the middle of a series analyzing John MacArthur’s ministry’s article on Lordship Salvation. Starting in Part 8, we have been digging into the nine items listed as the theological distinctives of Lordship Salvation. Here is distinctive five: Fifth, Scripture teach…
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After Jesus's birth, King Herod became disturbed when a group of astrologers or "œwise men" from the east (thought to be Persia or Babylon) called the Magi arrived in Jerusalem. The Magi had been following a star belonging to the newly born "œKing of the Jews". Herod derived the time from which Jesus had been born from the Magi accounts of when the star had first appeared. King Herod then tricked the Magi by asking them to find the child so that he would worship him. In reality, King Herod, who was renowned for his paranoia, didn"™t want any challenge to his rule, t ...

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Genesis, the first book of the Bible, tells the story of how God created the “heavens and the earth? *1 and the first families that walked the Earth. Adam and Eve, the first humans ever fall to the temptation of sin, thus sin enters the world. Sin is defined as “any act regarded as such a transgression, a willful or deliberate violation of some religious or moral principle" .*2 The world became consumed with sin, so it was time to start over. There was only one man that followed the commands of God and that was Noah. He and his family were spared. Therefore, for 40 ...

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The age old question: What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin so that grace may increase? Romans 6:1 (NASB) Why does this question keep coming up? Does grace grant us a license to sin? Why is this such an issue? This question is the perennial nut