Monthly Archives: July 2016

Two Kinds of Blindness

Sunday, July 31                       There are some other interpretation problems in John 9.  Verse 39: “For judgment I have come into this world, so that the blind will see and … Continue reading

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Redemption and Judgment

Saturday, July 30                    John records two seemingly contradictory statements concerning the incarnation.  John 9:39.  “For judgment I have come into this world . . .”  John 3:17.   “For God did not … Continue reading

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Picture Puzzles

Friday. July 29                                    Studying the Bible is like doing a picture puzzle.  You find a verse that has a meaningful truth and compare … Continue reading

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Covenant Reformers and Anabaptists

Thursday, July 28          Let’s take these questions one at a time.  1. The age of accountability.  This is supported by the Bible.  Isaiah 7:14-15.  “The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a … Continue reading

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Babies and Mental Problems

Wednesday, July 27                            The issue of whether or not babies go to heaven has been an issue throughout the centuries.  It obviously involves the sin nature which … Continue reading

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Pride in Humility

Tuesday, July 26                                 “Some people are proud of their humility.”  It’s a clever statement that has been around for a long time.  It’s obviously … Continue reading

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Honoring Others

Monday, July 25                                 Rom. 12:10.  “in honor preferring one another (KJV).”  NIV: “Honor one another above yourselves (NIV).”  In my estimation, this is one … Continue reading

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