Notice that there is a common denominator in both portions of the New Testament and Old Testament references. The numbers 12 and 70. Just as Israel was led to 12 wells of water, and 70 palm trees, there is a connection with exactly two groups of disciples Jesus sent. [ read more... ]
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Why Did Jesus Have To Die On The Cross? (The Invisible Reasons)
By: Mike Blume
Topics: The Cross
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Most know only the thought of a holy teacher having died a martyr's death when they think of Jesus Christ and his crucifixion. But there is a very spiritual and real event that occurred that day as well as this commonly known physical death we are all familiar with.
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The journey of Israel out of Egypt began the day the lamb was slain. In the Bible culture, the day began at sunset and night came before daylight in one single day. That is why Genesis puts the evening first when it reads the evening and the morning were the first day. [ read more... ]
Noah was in an intermediate stage of his experience. Between having come out of a world of sin that was drowned and entering a new world. Much like Israel out of Egypt and not yet in Canaan. [ read more... ]
Man was God's final work in Genesis. He was in God's image (1:27) and likeness (5:1). So Adam reflected God since he was God's image. He reflected God's situation. He was alone. [ read more... ]
And this topic presents a real MYSTERY. What is the key to actually living a truly godly life? So many try and very few attain and maintain it. What is the solution to this mystery? [ read more... ]
Apostolic minister Kelley Varner mentioned the interpretation of a thought that I long knew something was there for us to understand today in a book he wrote entitled, WHOSE RIGHT IT IS. [ read more... ]
The scriptures here indicate that a common theme of finding grace is found in Noah's day and our time in the church as believers. Believers have a high priest to come to. Jesus is His name. [ read more... ]
This entire chapter seems to be showing varying manners of reactions in the people who hear the Word of God. As a minister, we often wonder how many people truly appreciate the word that God gives to us to minister to them. [ read more... ]
Jacob was seeking a bride. He was son of Isaac, and the one who became Israel when he wrestled with the angel of God. He was one of the great patriarchs of Israel. [ read more... ]
Coming into Capernaum saw the Lord questioned about something called "tribute money". Peter was asked by a receive of such money whether or not Jesus paid it. [ read more... ]
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Moses and Joshua both experienced a holy ground encounter with God. One was in regards to getting Israel out of Egypt. And the second was associated with getting Israel into Canaan. [ read more... ]
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LIGHT and LIFE are very important thoughts in the Word of God since the time of mankind's departure from God when Adam sinned. The LIFE God wanted man to receive by way of the fruit of life from the tree of life, was neglected by man. [ read more... ]