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The Great White Throne Judgment as described by Apostle John in Revelation 20:11-15, is the final judgment prior to the lost being cast into the lake of fire. Listen to more of these horrific yet sobering truths as Bro. Jurem expounds on the subject.
Why have the Christian people, from the days of the Apostles, confessed Jesus as deity?...
Because one cannot believe in Sola Scriptura and Tota Scriptura and not believe in the deity of Christ, for the words of Scripture, taken as a whole, together, in context, teach this truth.~ Dr. James White.
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The New Testament teaches that not only did Jesus die for our sins, he also created the universe. This makes Jesus both Messiah and God:
Being single isn’t an obstacle to being fully human; it’s an expression of it.
If singleness is deficient, then so is Jesus Christ.
Is the Bible enough to teach us about God, ourselves and life? Dr. #StevenLawson, a renowned expository preacher and conference speaker, will be in MANILA to pr...each in the conference 'Sufficiency of Scripture for Faith and Practice' on June 17 at the UP Theater. #HigherRockConferences
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Assuming, then, that there is no doubt as to the ability and willingness of Christ to save those who believe, how may I be assured that I have this belief? The ...answer of the New Testament at this point is clear: there is an “obedience of faith” (Rom. 1:5; 16:26). True faith manifests itself in outward, tangible ways. In other words, the New Testament draws a connection between faithfulness and the enjoyment of assurance. True believers demonstrate the fruit of the Spirit, and this fruit is observable and measurable. —Derek Thomas
Islam teaches about God, salvation, and judgment, but not in the way revealed in the Bible. Here are some of the doctrines of Islam: