Monthly Archives: November 2017

Who are the Church?

One may be perplexed with the question, “Who are the church?” Perhaps a more expected question might be, “What is a church?” After all, is a church not a building? Ask most people and they would probably say a building. … Continue reading

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How does God reveal Himself to His creatures?

After the fall of Adam how did God reveal Himself to Adam’s offspring? Obviously, the clearest presentation of Himself was through His Son, Jesus, (John 10:30) but how did He reveal Himself to generations before His advent? Inherently they all … Continue reading

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Walking in the Spirit

Paul addressed the Galatians with these words in chapter 5, verse 16, ‘I say then: Walk in the Spirit, and you shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh.’ But, what does it mean to, ‘Walk in the Spirit’? This … Continue reading

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Power of the Spirit

The Apostles who were assembled in Jerusalem on the day of Pentecost may have been reflecting on the words that Jesus had spoken to them days before. He had told them not to depart from the city, and they were … Continue reading

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Authority of Christ

And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the … Continue reading

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God/Man Relationships

What is the Bible all about? Those who read and study it will know that the whole book centres on the Lord Jesus Christ and His relationships with the people He created. From beginning to end, from Genesis to Revelation, … Continue reading

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A Christian friend of mine mentioned that he fasted, and I asked him why. He said he found fasting helpful for his walk with the Lord. At times he felt he was falling short of the devotion he should have … Continue reading

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Separate Gender Meetings within a Church?

The Proposition Is it biblical to hold separate gender meetings within a church, especially on a regular basis? I believe not, apart from the meeting of elders, and yet it is the practice of many churches. Except for the meetings … Continue reading

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Benefits of the New Covenant

The Bible’s focus and theme from beginning to end, Genesis to Revelation, is Jesus Christ the Son of God and His people whom He would redeem. As history unfolds, the mystery of salvation (Mark 4:11) through Jesus is gradually revealed … Continue reading

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The Fallibility of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith?

All men are fallible. The only infallible being is God. He has never made a mistake, and He has never apologised. He has given His Word, i.e., the Bible, to men as a revelation of Himself and of His will … Continue reading

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