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‘Preach about the meek and lowly Jesus.’

“When I pastored a country church, a farmer didn’t like the sermons I preached on hell. He said, ‘Preach about the meek and lowly Jesus.’ I said, ‘That’s where I got my information about hell.’” Vance Havner Luke 3:17 His winnowing … Continue reading

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God’s omniscience is illogical.

His very omniscience is illogical. How can He be aware of every thought of every human heart at one time (see Psa. 139:1–10)? We struggle to entertain two thoughts at once. Neither is it logical that old movies invisibly and … Continue reading

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A sacrifice offered in faith.

Adam and Eve’s first sons, Cain and Abel, made a sacrifice to God. Cain, the farmer, made a grain offering and Abel, the rancher, made a lamb sacrifice. Cain’s offering was not acceptable to God and Abel’s was. Why? Only … Continue reading

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The law is a tutor.

The Ten Commandments have been put to death by many within the Church. Yet, the Law is the means by which God uncovers the treasures hidden in the field of this world. It is a tutor that brings men to … Continue reading

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Great fire from heaven.

Never hesitate to use the Law of God as a great fire from heaven, as a terrible whirlwind (see 38:1,2), to show the sinner that though he may consider himself to be rich in this world, he has nothing. Time … Continue reading

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A consuming fire…

“Our God is a consuming fire. He consumes pride, lust, materialism, and other sin.” Leonard Ravenhill  Hebrews 12:29 For our God is a consuming fire. Get your own copy of The Evidence Bible.

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“Since the wages of sin is death, I’ll be okay because when I die I will have paid for my sins.”

It is true that the Bible says, “The wages of sin is death” (Rom. 6:23). Those who say such things are gambling the whole of their eternity on the meaning of one word: “death.” They assume it means the “termination of … Continue reading

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