Pope Francis and the Spirit of Anti-Christ Certainly of late, the news has been aflutter with reports of Islamic Extremism and horrifying-violent acts of Jihadi assertiveness spreading throughout the European theater; and the members of these European nations seemingly incapable, … Continue reading
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John Calvin lived July 10, 1509 to May 27, 1564 in France Calvin and Luther fostered the Protestant Revolution which was ignited over the issue of the selling of indulgences and papal authority (sacerdotalism-the pope as the mediator between Yehovah … Continue reading
One of the great doctrines and tenets of Christianity is “sanctification.” Indeed, sanctification is one of the foundational principles of our beloved faith which, depending on what denomination you hail from,is one of the identifying marks of a “born again” … Continue reading
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SHOULD WE CELEBRATE HANUKKAH? My purpose in this episode is to highlight the lessons to be learned from Hanukkah, also known as the Feast of Dedication; and to encourage you to consider the importance of these lessons to your path … Continue reading
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I_am_Allan / Foter.com / CC BY-NC The celebration of Hanukkah is also called the Feast of Dedication, mentioned in John 10:22-30 of the New Testament; however, there are no details about the Feast in this brief mention, except that Yahoshua … Continue reading