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Your Ultimate Waterloo To Life or to Death

Your Ultimate Waterloo: To Life or to Death?

Those who know a fair amount of history likely know about the Battle of Waterloo.  Waterloo is a town in Belgium where the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte’s Army suffered defeat at the hands of the British and the Prussians in 1815.  Napoleon actually escaped after the battle, and it wouldRead More

Christ in the Old Testament two

Christ in the Old Testament Part 2 With a Twist

I had two topics in mind for this week.  I thought it was good to do a 2nd part to the Christ in the Old Testament study.  Yet I also thought it would be good to have some fun and analyze one Bible related word, or a few Bible relatedRead More

JUDGMENT DAY BANNER TEACHING

JUDGMENT DAY

All roads lead to standing before God on Judgment Day.  Only one road leads to a favorable Judgment Day, but all roads surely do lead to Judgment Day.  It is unavoidable, inevitable, and escaping is impossible.  God will, according to His Word, reckon with every individual according to their works. Read More

The “Filthy Rags” “None That Doeth Good” “Everyone is a Sinner” LIE!

God does not view our righteous acts as filthy rags, but as costly apparel purchased with the blood of Christ. “Filthy Rags” was speaking to how Christ will judge the saints “according to their works” (Matt. 16:27). Mat 16:27 “For the Son of man shall come in the glory ofRead More

The Lie of Unconditional “Imputed Righteousness”

STUDY NOTES BELOW: IMPUTE: To Number Among G3049 λογίζομαι logizomai log-id’-zom-ahee Middle voice from G3056; to take an inventory, that is, estimate (literally or figuratively): – conclude, (ac-) count (of), + despise, esteem, impute, lay, number, reason, reckon, suppose, think (on). Total KJV occurrences: 41ROM 4:6 Even as David alsoRead More