We begin with the knowledge and understanding that we will rely on the Lord for guidance in this study. It’s been my hope for a while to have some in-depth Bible studies in the Archive, but I have encountered several problems. Firstly, when it comes to an actual book study, I really haven’t been able […]
Randy Amos Chronicle number one of God?s gospel dealt with the great problem man has before God: he is guilty of sin and condemned. Chronicle number two dealt with God?s Savior: not a philosophy or a religious program but a unique Person, the son of God and the son of man, Jesus the Lord. Chronicle […]
Character Profile: Titus Paul instrumental in his salvation (Titus 1:5) Mentioned by Paul as seemingly known by the Galatians (Gal 2:1-3) Went with Paul to Jerusalem (Gal 2:1-3) likely on the matter of circumcision in Acts 15 perhaps as Titus, an uncircumcized Greek who wasn?t compelled by his adversaries to get circumcized. (Gal 2:3); Attesting […]
Keith R. Keyser Believers that seek to meet according to the New Testament pattern for assembly gathering have been blessed with a long succession of gifted teachers over the past one hundred and eighty years. Men like John Nelson Darby, William Kelly, Henry Soltau, Edward Dennett, John Gifford Bellett, Frederick W. Grant, and Charles Henry […]
John Foxe “In every thing give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you” (1 Thess.5:18). The next time you read your English Bible, remember the following three incidents and then give thanks that you have a Bible to read in English.