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    Paul’s Apostolic Use of Privilege

    One thing that is consistent in Paul’s life is his willingness to use his own strength and ability for the sake of others. Paul’s body, his rights, and his privileges were simply tools and resources that he willingly used to advance the church. Paul’s suffering in the city of Philippi provides one of the best examples of how Paul functioned in this way an apostle.

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    Two Common Errors Regarding Israel

    There are two common errors made when people think about modern Israel. Each of these errors is significant because they can cause us to not recognize God’s purposes for Israel nor relate to His purposes properly. The two errors we must recognize are offering unbiblical mercy and gentile arrogance.

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    Jesus and Him Crucified

    In Corinthians 2, Paul states that he has intentionally decided to limit himself to one topic: “Jesus and Him crucified.” Paul explains in that chapter that this single, determined pursuit is what forms the essential element of his preaching. It is what produces a demonstration of the gospel before the people.

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    Paul’s Determination

    Paul’s apostolic determination is what set the focus of his life and his preaching. Paul recognized that his preaching was not primarily done in words, but it was done in demonstration. He understood that, as a messenger, he was intended to be a living, breathing illustration of his message.

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  • The Fruit of a Prayer Movement

    The Fruit of a Prayer Movement (Video)

    The present conflict in the Middle East is not primarily a geopolitical issue. It is primarily the fruit of 1,300 years of night and day prayer in the region. When we examine the fruit of that prayer movement, one thing is clear – it’s time for a new prayer movement that acknowledges that God does have a Son.

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    The Future Fall of the City of Babylon

    Jeremiah 50-51 is the longest continual prophecy in the Bible and therefore it deserves careful study as one of the key passages in the Scripture. While many assume that this prophecy was exhaustively fulfilled in ancient history, when we examine the prophecy closely we find that there are many details in the prophecy that were not fulfilled in ancient history and therefore have a future application.

  • How to Evaluate Theological Ideas

    How to Evaluate Theological Ideas (Video)

    It is important that we evaluate theological ideas critically and biblically. Often we evaluate theology purely on the opinions of man, but there is another factor that is rarely considered that is actually the most significant factor in the evaluation of a theological idea.