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1 John 4:10In this is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us and sent His Son [to be] the propitiation for our sins.

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Numbers 3-4
Acts 25

The Book of Jude



Author of Book The author of the epistle of Jude is revealed in chapter one, verse one as Jude: the brother of James. James was a physical brother of Jesus (Matthew 13:55) and later an elder in the church in Jerusalem (Acts 15:13; Galatians 1:18). Note that Jude's (Judas') name is mentioned with James in Matthew 13:55 as the brother of Jesus. Neither Jude...
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The Book of John

It has been said that the gospel of John is somewhat like a tract. John's aim is to bring his readers to a faith in Jesus Christ and prove, unequivocally, that He is the Son of God (cf. John 20:30-31). The book is, therefore, separated from what are commonly referred to as the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke). These are synoptic in the sens...
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Ezekiel's Millennial Temple?

Ezekiel speaks of a sanctuary that would be eternal (Ezekiel 37:26-28), a law that would be eternal (Ezekiel 37:23-26), and a king that would have an everlasting rule (Ezekiel 37:23ff). The description of this sanctuary or temple is detailed in apocalyptic language in chapters 40 — 48. A battle would take place between Israel and Gog and Magog (Ezekiel 38)...
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The Book of Galatians

The apostle Paul had preached in Galatia and established churches in four cities during the years of AD 45 —48. Not long after these churches were established, Judaizing Christians began scattering through the area with their erroneous teachings. They denied Paul's apostleship and thereby discounted his teaching in the hearing of the Galatian breth...
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Church Organization

  The Local Preacher The church of Jesus Christ is authorized to be organized locally. Within this organizational structure are elements such as elders, deacons, and saints (Philippians 1:1). This article shall examine the authority for the located preacher who is found in the equation of Philippians 1:1 as a saint of God. The preacher does not occu...
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