We struggle with some of these Scriptures that from a surface reading appear to deal with judgment or God’s disappointment with us because of a wrong understanding of who we (mankind) are. From Adam’s fall to the present day, we walk far below the level God designed for us to walk in. Jesus came and revealed [...]
I love when the Spirit of God breathes life on a Scripture dispelling all condemnation that we've previously had when we read it. I'm captivated by this verse! Romans 14:12 (Amp.): And so each of us shall give an account of himself [give an answer in reference to judgment] to God. Give an account of [...]
This is why I love looking at Bible verses in the original language.... So then each of us concerning himself must give an account to God. ~ Romans 14:12 KJV Greek doesn't officially say TO God it says THE God (Elohim - Godhead) -- some ancient manuscripts don't have "to God" in this verse. Let's [...]
These courses in Biblical Studies is unlike anything I’ve ever learned in my Christianity. The subject of animal sacrifice is especially fantastic. And while I love learning all of the Scriptures about how sacrifices were never something God desired, my mind can’t help but to go back to Genesis where we were taught that God [...]
Notes for tonight's Bible study is below the video...
Notes for this teaching are below the video... I. Intro Gal 3:13: Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us We as the body of Christ… as Believers… haven’t gone far enough in our understanding of IT IS FINISHED! we haven’t understood the FULLNESS of His FINISHED [...]
When Jesus said "WOE" to the Pharisees and the religious leaders of His day, it wasn't a stern warning to them or a harsh rebuke. In Greek it is a word uttered in grief. In Hebrew it is the word oy which means a lamentation (a passionate expression of grief; weeping), it is a crying [...]