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Tag Archives: Preeminence of Christ
Shortly after I began blogging in 2012, I happened across another blog that caught my attention. Somehow I landed in the English section of a Hungarian blog, keskeny út – narrow way by Sándor Abonyi. Though most of his blog … Continue reading
[Affirmations series: Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, and Conclusion.] ________________________ ~ Affirmations ~ 4. Christ the Sole Foundation of the Church ~ ~ ~ I affirm that, according to the eternal purpose, the … Continue reading
[Affirmations series: Introduction, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7, and Conclusion.] _____________________ ~ Affirmations ~ 1. The Eternal Purpose, Christ, and the Church ~ ~ ~ I affirm that before time began, the Father desired, designed … Continue reading
No one can read through the New Testament and not realize the central place that unity holds in the plan and purpose of God for His Church. It is clearly seen in the teachings and prayers of Christ (Mt. 23:37, … Continue reading
Twenty-five years ago today I graduated the first phase of my Bible school training, the two-year Basic Bible program at Pinecrest Bible Training Center. As a member of the graduating class, I was asked, along with several others, to write … Continue reading
When my oldest son, Timothy, was a toddler, one of his favorite toys was a colorful pull-along train engine. What made this train rather unique was that when it was pulled across the floor, it wobbled from side to side. … Continue reading