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The Trinity- One God: Three Persons

  The Trinity- One God: Three Persons When we speak of the trinity, we are not referring to three gods, but three people: these three people united are one God. Example: A triangle is made of three angles; they are not three triangles, they are three angles that form a triangle. However, they are linked in […]

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Fasting

Fasting  Fasting is abstaining completely from food and drink, Esther 4:16; Jonah 3: 7. Fasting was the demonstrative way to humble yourself before God, Ezra 8:21; Psalm 69:10. Often fasting was seeking God’s guidance, help, and holiness, Exodus 34:28-29; 2Samuel 12: 16, & 22; 2Chronicles 20: 2-4.  And abstaining from food alone is not enough, […]

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Prayer, How, Why, and to Whom

Prayer  We must teach ourselves to pray, Luke 11: 1. Prayer is pouring out our soul to God, offering him our desires, regarding things that are according to his will, Psalm 5: 1-3; Lamentations 2:19. Prayer should be done standing, or kneeling, and with hands raised 1Kings 8:54; Ezra 9: 5; 1 Timothy 2: 8. […]

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The Universal Message, Proclaimed by the Church

A Universal Message, Proclaimed by the Church The gospel must be preached throughout the world, Saint Matthew 24:14; Acts 1: 8. God is no respecter of persons to enter the kingdom of heaven, Acts 10: 28-35.  We will all appear one day before the throne of God, and we must prepare for that moment, 2Corinthians […]

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The Doctrine of Salvation- Sanctification- (Part 6)

The Doctrine of Salvation- Sanctification- (Part 6) Sanctification is being separated by God from sin, for a holy life, John 17: 14-17. Holiness is a hallmark of representing God, 1 Peter 1:16.  Holiness encompasses our whole being: spirit, soul, and body, 1 Thessalonians 5: 23-24.   Holiness is a progressive state: it is like the light […]

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The Doctrine of Salvation- Justification (Part 4)

The Doctrine of Salvation-  Justification (Part 4) Justification is declaring a sinner, a righteous man before God, without remembering his previous faults, Romans 4: 6-8. Only the sacrifice of Jesus Christ made that possible, Romans 3: 23,24. That justification is received by believers by faith, Romans 5: 1,2. God blots out all our sins and […]

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