Monthly Archives: February 2009

Believe That I AM

In His dialogue with the Pharisees which we find in John 8:12-59, Jesus makes some profound claims and demands. Unless you believe that I AM you will die in your sins. John 8:23 You are from beneath, I am from … Continue reading

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Condemnation or Grace?

This past Saturday at the Senior Center was great!  John’s Gospel is such a wonderful gift from God to help us to know our Savior! In John 8, Jesus continues to make bold statements about Himself, this time by hardly … Continue reading

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Sins for the Indulgent

I thought I would make you aware that even in the 21st century the mentality of the dark ages prevails. Since we have just looked at the Reformation and specifically Martin Luther I thought that you might enjoy this article … Continue reading

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Heroes and Heretics Part 8 – Martin Luther and the Doctrine of Free Will

Our most recent Got Doctrine Meeting was for me very interesting. As I studied the history of the Reformation again I came to realize that the whole idea of Soli Deo Gloria (Glory to God Alone), one of the Five … Continue reading

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Speculating About Jesus

Sorry for the delay in writing this past week. It has been a wonderful week of coughing, fever and the like. I am back and have again thoroughly enjoyed preaching from the Gospel of John this week. John 7 is … Continue reading

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