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The God Who Loves Sinners

by — Brennan Manning

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Universalism

The Prevailing Doctrine of the Christian Church During the First Five Hundred Years

by — J.W. Hanson (1823-1901)

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Posted by: SandreS | April 5, 2020

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God Is Sovereign in All of the Affairs of Men

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Mars’ Hill

A Study on Acts 17

by — Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.

Even among those who place a great emphasis on Paul, with his unique apostleship and message, there is an amazing neglect of one of his most outstanding messages found in the Book of Acts: his message given on Mars’ Hill. The content of his message to this group of unbelieving pagans has been overlooked for far too long. These words of Paul contain a very rich message. Preserved in the Scriptures, we know that, not only was it a challenge to the pagans of Athens, but it will prove to be a challenge to the members of Christ’s Body as well.

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Posted by: SandreS | April 4, 2020

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The Secret of Contentment

by — Monica La Rose

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Spirit, Spirits and Spirituality

by — A.E. Knoch (1874-1965)

Most of the material centers on Paul’s epistle to the Ephesians, with such topics as our spiritual blessings among the Celestials, the sealing and earnest of the spirit, and the unity of the spirit. Spiritual warfare is discussed, as well as matters concerning the human spirit and the Holy Spirit of God.

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Posted by: SandreS | April 3, 2020

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The Best Is Yet to Come

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Are Bride and Body Identical?

by — F.H. Robison (1885-1932)

That there is a “Bride” mentioned in Scripture, and also a “Body,” probably no Bible student, or even Bible reader, would deny. As to whether these different terms refer to the same or to distinct classes of believers is the subject of this work.

“This is a treasure-house of worth to the student of Scripture. It is among the best books in print.” — Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.

Robison was an associate of A.E. Knoch.

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Posted by: SandreS | April 2, 2020

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My Conviction of the Salvation of All Men

by — Benjamin Rush

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Dabhar Translation

The Writ of the New Covenant

The Dabhar (pronounced “Davar”), reprinted by permission exclusively for our students, was a work over 40 years in the making. First released in 2005, this is a hyper-literal concordant translation of the Greek Scriptures into English.

478 pages, facsimile.

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Posted by: SandreS | April 1, 2020

A Prisoner of Jesus Christ

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Paul had other plans rather than being in prison. However, even though

A man’s heart devises his way, yet [it is] Yahweh [that] establishes his steps (Proverbs 16:9).

Although Paul would have desired a different situation, he nevertheless found himself a prisoner of Rome, and thus he looked beyond his mere circumstances, declaring himself to be in fact “the prisoner of Christ Jesus” (Ephesians 3:1). This is the power of divine awareness.

While Joseph’s brothers relatively had sold him into slavery, he knew assuredly that absolutely it was God Who had done this; and while his brothers “meant it for evil,” it was God Who had “meant it for good” (Genesis 50:20).

The same is true for all of us. While at times we might sense ourselves prisoners of our circumstances, finding ourselves in less than ideal or even in outright “evil” situations, it is God Who is in complete charge of them all. Nonetheless, like Paul we can say that, from the Divine viewpoint, we too are “prisoners of Christ Jesus,” and we can have complete confidence that,

For us, who love God, who are the called according to His purpose, there is an awareness that He is working all together for good (Romans 8:28, BSV).

Relax. Father has everything under control.

Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.
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A Harmony of Passion Week

A Confrontation with the Truth

by — Loyal F. Hurley (1886-1967).

This is a concise look at the the “passion week” from the author of the classic work, The Outcome of Infinite Grace.

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Posted by: SandreS | March 31, 2020

Be Vigilant

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Life is made up of good days and bad ones. Most are somewhere in the middle. There are even some days that are rather lighthearted, while others can be very trying times in which we are – in the words of our Apostle – “pressed out of measure, above strength, insomuch that we despair even of life” (II Corinthians 1:8).

We must never forget that God is the Originator (the Elohim) of all, He is the Placer (the Theos) of all, and He is the Subjector (the El) of all – the good as well as the evil. All work wisely and skillfully toward the Divine goal.

God declares,

I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things (Isaiah 45:7).

He further informs us of our response to the good and evil days.

In a day of good be resting in the good, and in a day of evil, be vigilant; indeed the One, Elohim, has made this one along with that one (Ecclesiastes 7:13-14, CV).

The “day of evil” is also translated as “the day of adversity” (KJV), “the day of misfortune” (REB) and “the day of affliction” (Geneva).

Relatively speaking, in “the day of good” we have an opportunity to “take it easy” and relax a bit. However, in “the day of evil” we’re not to be thoughtless and indifferent – but we are instructed to “be vigilant.”

All the while, either way we can ultimately rest assured that “THE ONE,” God (Elohim – the Originator) has originated both days, for “God has made the one as well as the other” (HCSB).

Among the greatest results of this divine awareness is peace.

Relax and know that I am God (Psalms 46:10, CV).

You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is fixed on you (Isaiah 26:3).

What peace and rest are brought about in our lives by the realization of God’s operation of “all.”

[He is] the One Who is operating all in accord with the counsel of His will (Ephesians 1:11, CV).

So, even while we must “be vigilant in “the day of evil” – in our spirits we can also “relax,” for Father has everything under control.

Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.
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The Harmony of the Last Week

A Complete Rearrangement of the Last Week in the Life of Christ

by — Eugene Charles Callaway

A detailed exposé of “Good Friday” and “Palm Sunday.” In a 25-year study of the “Passion Week” Callaway identified 40 common errors traditionally held. His investigation resulted in this deep and comprehensive work.

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Posted by: SandreS | March 30, 2020

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Mission Completed

by — John Graham Lake

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The Concordant Version

The Concordant Version of the Sacred Scriptures is a literal translation, seeking to carry over the original text through a consistent – concordant – English vocabulary. The type is large and readable, with boldface representing the actual English translation of the original Hebrew and Greek, and lightface showing English words added for idiomatic clarity or to reflect grammatical significance. Each page has wide margins. An abbreviation key is provided, and there is a comprehensive Explanatory Introduction as well as six pages of Instructions for Use. The procedures used in making the translation are as follows: By analyzing the contextual usages of each word, a single English word was first selected as its most suitable equivalent. Then, to achieve readability, some words were given a limited number of idiomatic variants that are harmonious with the sense derived from the investigations. English words used as the common translation of particular words, and even idiomatic variants, were not used for other words. Boldface type was used for words (or even parts of words) having exact counterparts, and lightface type was used for words (or parts of words) which were added to clarify the meaning of the respective word in the text. In addition, small symbols and abbreviations were inserted between or attached to words to represent omitted terms, to indicate grammatical features and the sources of emendations to the text.

Concordant Version of the New Testament

The hardcover version (only) is bound together with the Keyword Concordance, in which the English words used in the text are arranged alphabetically. It is at the same time a Greek concordance, because the entries, though listed in English form (according to the primary English Keywords), represent the original Greek words. In addition, the respective word in the Greek original is always added (in Roman characters) beside the English standard. At the end of each entry is given a list of all the words used in the Authorized (King James) Version for that Greek term. In addition, these AV terms appear in regular alphabetical order in this Concordance, together with a reference to the Concordant Keyword.

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Posted by: SandreS | March 29, 2020

The Certain God in Uncertain Times

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We never know what a day may bring forth – of good or ill, most often quite a mixture of both – but even in difficult and uncertain times we have the great comfort of knowing exactly Who is in charge. It is not us. It is not governments. It is not clergy and educators. It is not health care, economic or scientific professions, world leaders, business tycoons or humanitarians.

God alone, Who lovingly has revealed Himself as our Father, is in charge. There is no such thing as happenstance. Father does not merely “allow” things to happen. He does not ultimately have the last say. He is absolutely in control of all things. After all, He is the Originator (Elohim), the Placer (Theos) and the Subjector (El) of “all”!

Our Father is the certain God – and remains so even in uncertain times.

Here are some verses that bring great comfort in times of testing:

God, the Father, of Whom are all things (I Corinthians 8:6).

[He is] the One Who is operating all in accord with the counsel of His will (Ephesians 1:11, CV).

For out of Him, and through Him, and to Him are all things: to Whom be majesty for the ages. Amen (Romans 11:36, BSV).

For us, who love God, who are the called according to His purpose, there is an awareness that He is working all together for good (Romans 8:28, BSV).

Relax and know that I am God (Psalms 46:10, CV).

Relax. Father has everything under control.

Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.
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Rooted and Grounded in Love

Studies in Ephesians

by — A.E. Knoch (1874-1965)

A detailed study of the pinnacle of Paul’s revelation.

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Posted by: SandreS | March 28, 2020

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I Receive Gladly That God is Love

by — Hans Christian Andersen

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The Myth of Easter

by — Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr.

There are many myths in Christendom. They have managed to master their own form of mythology. Easter is an example of such a religious fable.

If Easter is the celebration of the historical fact of our Lord Jesus Christ’s resurrection, then why does its date change every year? Historical dates do not fluctuate; but Easter Sunday can fall anywhere between March 22 and April 25. Have you ever wondered why?

It is one of the glaring clues that something is seriously wrong with Christendom. The Western Christian religion can’t seem to get anything right when it comes to even the simplest of Scriptural truths.

Have you ever really considered if there is any scriptural basis of Good Friday or Easter Sunrise Services that are so commonly observed by the religious community? Additionally, have you ever considered what Easter Rabbits and Easter Eggs have to do with the resurrection of Christ or teachings of God’s Word?

Although millions of people are of the opinion that Easter and all of its customs are Christian and originated as a result of Christ’s resurrection, it is a historical fact that the observance of Easter long antedates Christianity by centuries.

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