There is none like God and there is none to whom He can be compared, as we see from Isaiah 46.
We examine what the Scripture teaches on God's continual work of grace in the lives of believers, and some erroneous views.
Who is the messenger of the covenant promised by God in Malachi 3:1, how will He come, and why is He coming?
Is the believer perfectly sanctified in this life? Can the believer do nothing but sin in this life? Where does the proper balance lie?
We are able to see the things which are not seen with the eyes of faith, and not the eyes of flesh, as we learn from 2 Corinthians 4:18.
There are essentially two parts to sanctification: taking out the trash and agreeing with God's agenda.
Jesus Christ was not only truly a man and truly a man of sorrows, but He is truly the man of God, as we see from Luke 22:1-22.
There are two wrong views of justification: 1) God's children were justified from eternity past, and 2) we are justified on the basis of our good works.
Christ touched the man afflicted with a dumb and deaf spirit in Mark 9:14-27 by the power of His word.
Dr. Paul Elliott gives an overview of the work at Teaching The Word ministries and the development of its new arm: The Authentic Scripture Foundation.
God may not always give us what we want, but He always gives us what we need.
Justification has a negative and positive aspect to it.
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