Special Features (click on Article name)
Brother Frank has given a brilliant and I believe correct interpretation of the verses in Deuteronomy and Exodus concerning the Ox and the Ass and the Ox that wants to gore.
The old mind of fleshly aspect of the Christian is likened to the Ox that intends to do harm. How it is or should be dealt with is of prime importance in this message. The responsibility of the New Mind or Creature is also addressed.
During this reign of the Christ, all will have been brought to a knowledge of the truth, (1 Tim. 2:4) the true light will have enlightened every man, ever born into the world.
The Huntsville Bible Students are sponsoring a FREE showing of Israel Fulfilling Bible Prophecy this Sunday!
This helps us to better a better understanding of what the woman did for her Master. She noticed the very discourteous way in which Christ was treated as a guest in the house of Simon the Pharisee.
The Lord’s invitation, “Come, let us reason together,” implies that we are to reason with Him, inside these lines which He has erected for our preservation from error, and not that we should abandon His Word to reason for ourselves.
We find the Scriptures everywhere teaching that God has a plan or fixed arrangement for human redemption and recovery from sin and death, according to which He is working; and that all His purposes in that plan shall be accomplished in His own due time. In
It is quite manifest that Protestants, listlessly resting in fancied security, have long since ceased to protest; and the masses of them are almost totally unaware of the present perilous position, or the dangers ahead.
Ever since the representative of our race was tried in Eden, and transgressed God’s commandment, the curse of that broken law has rested upon him and upon all whom he in trial represented –all the Adamic race.
The above words were penned by the Apostle Peter who after years of experience in the Master’s service and under his discipline, through much tribulation, had evidently reached the blessed experience of one established, strengthened and settled in the faith and in the practice of the principles of the gospel.