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Tag Archives: Old Covenant
(Romans 7:5-6) In my recent posts I have discussed the purposes and processes for freedom from law and freedom from sin that we receive by the grace of God in Jesus Christ. These two scriptures continue and expand this issue … Continue reading
(Acts18:24-28) Apollos was a powerful teacher and preacher of the gospel. We don't know a lot about him but it is clear that he was held in high regard as a teacher of the gospel by the people and also … Continue reading
(Acts 17:1-9) As Paul and Silas came to Thessalonica they went into the synagogue and over a period of several weeks they presented the gospel of Jesus Christ. There were quite a number of those who heard, both Jews and … Continue reading
(Acts 7:1-53) Stephen was dragged before the rulers of the Jews, falsely accused of many things by men incited to stand against him and put on trial. But The Lord was with Stephen and his defence was quite remarkable in … Continue reading
(Acts 6:8-15) Stephen was the first of the martyrs for Jesus Christ as far as we know. He was put to death for his beliefs and for preaching the gospel. Now you would have to REALLY upset someone for them … Continue reading
(John 16:4-7) There are many advantages to being a Christian and knowing Jesus Christ. The full number of them may never be known by us as individuals. However in this section of scripture we see that Jesus points to the … Continue reading
(John 11:45-53) After Lazarus was raised from the dead, a great many of the Jews believed in Him. They recognised the power of God in Jesus for no one had ever seen a man resurrected before. This confounded the leaders, … Continue reading
(John 8:1-11) This is one of the classic stories and discussion of the New Testament. The story of the woman caught in adultery has been spoken about by so many people, analysed and written about it seems there could be … Continue reading
(Luke 16:16-18) In this section of scripture Jesus shows us the end of an age. He draws a very distinct line in the sand that separates two periods and also provides a spiritual insight into living in the two ages. … Continue reading