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I Corinthians 10:1 – 11:1

LESSON 33 Beware, The Voice of Old Testament History (I Cor. 10:1-6)   Paul re-broadcasts the voice of Old Testament history for our benefit, that is for our warning, admonition and instruction. They who are sincere will take it to heart, others will disregard it. By the trail of dead men’s bones you can trace […]

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What’s in Your Bible? Boats

I’d like to use this rubric for a time in exploration and explanation of interesting things – especially tangible objects – that appear in the Bible and often in the historical narrative passages.  Typically in our preaching, teaching and studying of the scriptures in which we are searching for the spiritual, gospel truth of the […]

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Seeking to be Pleasing to the Lord

 “Wherefore we also make it our aim, whether at home or absent to be well-pleasing to him.” II Corinthians 5:9 Paul was a great and faithful servant of Christ in the ministry of reconciliation. This ministry is so grand and exalted, that, no matter what the price is, he never faints in it and acts […]

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How Then Shall We Witness

Lately in the G.L.T.D., there has been an awakening in some to the truth expressed in reformed doctrine and for others, there is a period of indecision accompanied with the searching of the scriptures and the conviction of the Holy Ghost if these things are true. Still others are, within their Heart, convinced that such […]

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Chief of Sinners?

There are many ways to look at the man called Paul. We could examine his pedigree, his education, and his accom­plishments. Here was a man who wrote the biggest part of the New Testament and who ever stands as the church’s greatest missionary. But how did this come about? Was it because of his pedigree, […]

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Three Letters From Prison

Three Letters From Prison By john H. Schaal Baker Book House, 149 pages, $2.95 Three Letters From Prison by John H. Schaal is a book written about three of the letters which Paul wrote while in prison, Ephesians, Philippians, and Philemon. The book is divided into sixteen lessons, each of which is followed by a […]

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Romans 1 (2)

Romans 1:26-32   V.  Verses 26-27. A.  The connection. 1.   In this verse Paul refers again to the judicial ground for the “gave them up” of verse 24 — see explanation of this expression. 2.   In verse 24 he had written in general of the corruption in which the Lord had “given them up” through […]

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Romans 1 (1)

Romans 1:1-25   I.   Verses 1-7 — Introduction or Salutation. A.  Origin of the church at Rome. 1.   The view of Roman Catholicism. a.   Is there any connection between Rome’s view of this church at Rome and its view of the apostle Peter? b.   How does Rome view Peter’s relation to this church at Rome? […]

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