Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows.
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When looking at Scott Moreau’s book “Introducing World Missions” He brings to light ten principles that can be learned from Paul’s missionary work. These same principles can be applied in all cultures by all missionaries. While all of these are important, there are five that stand out above the others. First, “Paul’s strategy was far … More Paul’s Missionary Lifestyle
When looking at the monastic situation from the early days, there were many good principles that monks who lived by the rule would follow. Some of the best principles are those relating to the relationship of the monks and their devotion to spiritual matters. In the rule, each day had, “eight times of prayer were … More Oh Monastic Life! How simply though art!…Maybe?
The word therefore has two different thoughts on interpretation. Many pastors and people in general like to say “what is this there for?” and while that is true, it tends to minimize the impact of the word. We need to think of Therefore as a transition to form a cause and effect situation. In essence … More Ephesians 2:11-22
For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.
The Christians of the 2nd Century were very misunderstood by the Romans and had to answer some wild accusations. They were accused of things including “incest, cannibalism, atheism, and being a subversive group” (Ferguson, Everett. Church History Volume 1: From Christ to Reformation. Grand Rapids: Zondervan. 2005. 73). These are fairly wild charges compared to … More Early Christian Apologetics