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First-Second-Third Heaven

- If Paul spoke of the 3rd heaven, there must be 1st and 2nd heaven.

- Where are these three heavens located?

- What are the "mansions" promised by Christ for the real believers?

 

Nov 18, 2001

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First-Second-Third Heaven

Posted by: Administrator on November 18, 2001 5:37:27 AM (18597  reads )

- If Paul spoke of the 3rd heaven, there must be 1st and 2nd heaven.

- Where are these three heavens located?

- What are the "mansions" promised by Christ for the real believers?

 

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Who is My Neighbour?

Posted by: Administrator on October 18, 2001 4:57:37 AM (5752  reads )

- What difference is there between “neighbour” and “fellowmen?”

- Why were the PRIEST and LEVITE not able to follow the commandment, "Love thy neighbour," when they were the epitome of righteousness and godliness?

- What did the inquiring Scribe (lawyer) miss in his scrutiny of the commandments?

 

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Deciphering God's Spiritual Language

Posted by: Administrator on September 13, 2001 1:45:00 PM (6207  reads )

- God is a Spirit, immortal and heavenly. Man is physical being, mortal, and earthly.

- God spoke and is represented by His words.

- Who can explain God’s words? How?

 

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Judge Not...

Posted by: Administrator on September 04, 2000 1:38:22 AM (4748  reads )

- How could our Lord forbid judging in Matthew 7:1, "Judge not, that ye be not judged."

- And at the same time allowing it in John 7:24, "Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment."

 

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The Chosen Few

Posted by: Administrator on July 13, 2000 2:15:23 PM (6878  reads )

- Will many people be saved?

- Where do people go? To the many? Or, to the few?

 

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An Eye for an Eye

Posted by: Administrator on June 11, 2000 1:48:43 AM (6110  reads )

- How can Christ's statement, "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill," be reconciled with His preaching of love instead of revenge as it refers to this Old Testament Law "eye for an eye?"

- What is "eye for an eye," "tooth for a tooth," "hand for hand," "foot for foot," "wound for wound," and "life for life?"

 

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Confession of a Lost Sheep

Posted by: Administrator on March 06, 2000 3:08:07 AM (11085  reads )

- Like a lost sheep, I was drifting and restless anxiously looking for the Shepherd.

- Unknown to me, the Shepherd was calling my name.

- We met each other, and this is my joy relating what happened.

 

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Mary Magdalene Personifies the Ideal Believer

Posted by: Administrator on February 26, 2000 3:18:59 AM (7868  reads )

- Who would think that Mary Magdalene typifies the ideal believer?

- Have you read, that from her acts and the privilege accorded to her by our Lord, Magdalene occupies the premier position among the apostles and disciples?

 

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Love Thy Enemies

Posted by: Administrator on February 21, 2000 4:34:38 AM (6441  reads )

- How could our Lord's statement, "love your enemies," be reconciled with an Old Testament law, "eye for eye, tooth for tooth?"

- Jesus said, "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets."

- Who are our enemies?

 

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Smite on the Right Cheek...

Posted by: Administrator on February 01, 2000 4:10:17 AM (8745  reads )

- What is the truth in "turning the other cheek after the right is smitten?"

- How did Jesus show the example of "turning the other cheek?" Did Paul follow the Way?

- Can we believe the Truth and follow the Way?

 

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'Jesus is the Way,' Can We Follow Him?

Posted by: Administrator on December 08, 1999 6:33:09 AM (21729  reads )

- How easy to say, “Jesus is the Way and the Truth” -- as it is written.

- And equally easy to say, “I accept Jesus Christ as my Lord and savior of my life.”

- But how true is the assertion? Let God be the sole Judge through His words.

 

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'Behold, I Stand at the Door'

Posted by: Administrator on November 01, 1999 6:54:43 AM (6246  reads )

- Who can claim having opened the "door" for our Lord that He had already come in?

- What is the "door" being referred to?

- How does the Lord sup with the person who has opened the "door"?

 

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The Rich Man and Lazarus

Posted by: Administrator on September 26, 1999 6:06:45 AM (6324  reads )

- Who are the people represented by the RICH MAN in the parable? By LAZARUS? By the DOGS? What are crumbs from the table? What is hell?

- How could the RICH MAN suffer pain from the heat of fire, when his body turned into dust, and the resurrection of the dead is yet to come?

 

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Samson - The Strong and Weak Combatant

Posted by: Administrator on July 24, 1999 6:18:01 AM (5499  reads )

- Why is Samson called a strong and weak combatant?

- What is the secret of his long hair?

- Who is spiritual Delilah that real believers should be aware of?

 

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Gideon and His 300 Men

Posted by: Administrator on June 05, 1999 6:29:36 AM (8801  reads )

- Gideon and his 300 men defeated 3 groups of enemies, one group numbering 135,000, with only a trumpet in one hand and a lamp in an empty pitcher in the other hand.

- The enemies were physical opponents and the battle was economic-political in nature. Today it is written, "We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world." (Ephesians 6:12)

- Can the victory of Gideon be replicated in our time to prove that "God never change" (Malachi 3:6) and He is represented by His words? (John 1:1)

 

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