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A New Creation

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This is a verse where praise is given to the Lord for what he has done by creating all things not for our own pleasure but for the pleasure of the Lord. As we read in Revelation 4, that God created all things, we read that God takes pleasure in His creation and mankind was […]

Jesus believed in Creation

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The Bible begins with the account of creation in the book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible. Creation is the foundation of the Bible and a good understanding of creation will greatly assist in understanding God’s Word. Jesus, the Son of God, believed in the book of Genesis and the creation account. This […]

What do I need to do next?

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This blog really follows on from the blog from April 11th,  on this website when we looked at the promises we see in Bible prophecy and that blog ended with:  Like the Israelites being led by Moses, we too are in our wilderness as we await the glorious time to come in our promised land that will be […]

Will there be peace on earth? Yes!!

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The HOPE of the Gospel is a wonderful one – to live for ever in the Kingdom of God. This promise is real and physical and is described in the Bible. God’s purpose is clear, “All the earth shall be filled with the glory of the Lord” (Numbers 14:21). This is not a ‘spiritual experience’ or ‘rapture’ […]

Keeping the Sabbath Today

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The Sabbath in the Life of the Lord Jesus Christ Strange things about this day begin to emerge in the Gospels. Jesus taught in the synagogues on the sabbath, of course (Mark 1:21; Luke 4:16,31), as did the apostles later (Acts 13:14,42,44; 16:13; 17:2; 18:4), but this proves nothing in the case, save that the […]

Thanking God

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Being thankful is an action and an attitude and it pleases God. In the Bible, we read a great deal about “thanksgiving”, “being thankful”, and “giving thanks”. In the Old Testament, we learn that “thanksgiving” was a “sacrifice” that could be made, as it was part of the peace offering (Leviticus 7:11-18). We may not […]

What is the gospel?

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The English word “gospel” comes from two words in Old English: “good” and “spel” (which means story or message), hence “good story”. The Greek word it is translated from in the New Testament is euangelion, which means good tidings. In the New Testament (Luke 4:18) it is used in a quotation from the Old Testament, […]

The Lord’s Prayer and the Spiritual Mind

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Our heavenly Father wants us to develop a spiritual mind to replace our “fleshly-thinking” mind (Romans 8:5-8). This is doable through dedication to reading God’s Word, thinking about it regularly and acting upon it (Psalms 119:105; 2 Timothy 3:14-17). Jesus knew the Old Testament Scriptures extremely well. In fact, the contents of prayer he taught […]

Build on the rock

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“Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock. The rain came down, the streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall, because it had its foundation on the rock. But […]

Jesus: Mediator between God and Humanity

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A mediator is a person who is a “go between” or intercedes between two parties. In the Old Testament, this role is well documented and held by a host of individuals at various times. Perhaps the best-known individual in the Old Testament to mediate between God and the people was Moses, the deliverer, leader and […]