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    What is My Millennial View?

    March 4, 2021 by

    As I sit to write this, I am a little hesitant because I’m not sure I have landed concretely on any position concerning the millennial reign of Christ. Someone asked me this question in order to entrap me, so i figured it time to open up about my now 1 and 1/2 year journey. The… Read more

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    The Two Required Witnesses in Revelation

    March 3, 2021 by

    In the second interlude of his second vision, John has been asked to eat a little book—a testament of God. What was hidden in previous times, the full revelation of God, is being revealed, and John has been asked to prophesy concerning many peoples, nations, tongues, and kings (10:11). Revelation 11:1-14 Then there was given… Read more

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    Be Careful How You Build

    March 2, 2021 by

    Paul continues to talk about his own ministry, the example he set when he served as pastor in Corinth for a-year-and-a-half. He and Apollos are God’s fellow workmen and the congregation is God’s garden (v. 9). Today, we see the importance of quality in the preaching and teaching ministry of the local church, which equips… Read more

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    Deceiving the SS

    February 26, 2021 by

    On Sunday, Jesus went into Jerusalem and tossed the tables in the outer courts of the temple. So far, on Monday, He has cursed a fig tree. Jesus is going back to the temple to continue His work. In today’s text, we see a dilemma often presented in Christian ethics. We are commanded not to… Read more

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    Join Us This Friday/Saturday for Project Gospel

    February 24, 2021 by

    This weekend, we are meeting with a congregation in Odisha, India via Zoom. I would like to invite anyone who desires to attend via the Zoom link (click the image below). If you are in a persecuted region of the world and join, know that your identity will not be revealed. We want you to… Read more

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    Immaturity in the Church

    February 23, 2021 by

    Paul desires to build maturity that leads to unity in the Corinthian church (1:10). He determines to know nothing but Christ and Christ crucified but speaks the depth of God’s wisdom to those who are mature (1-2). Paul believes the Corinthian church is in Christ (1:4-9), He also recognizes that her puffed-up knowledge leads to… Read more

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    Cursed Trees and Cast Mountains

    February 19, 2021 by

    On Sunday, Jesus went into Jerusalem and cleansed the temple—tossing the tables of those who sold sacrifices and changed money, making the temple a market rather than a house of prayer for all nations. He spent the night in Bethany and now, Monday, travels back to Jerusalem. Matthew 21:18-22 Now in the morning, when He… Read more

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    The Spring: Willcox, AZ

    February 18, 2021 by

    We recently had an opportunity fall to us to acquire a property in Willcox, AZ that was previously used for ministry. We are striving to come up with a down payment so we can acquire the property, which we are in desperate need of because of the growth of our ministry. On Tuesday, February 16,… Read more

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    Impossible to Know God

    February 16, 2021 by

    Paul continues to address the problem of worldly wisdom in the church at Corinth—a problem that puffs people up and leads to division in the body. In the remaining verses of Chapter 2, Paul presents an epistemology. He reveals, basically, what it means to have the wisdom of Christ rather than of the world.  1… Read more

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