What is New ?
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What is New ?

How we perceive the meaning of a word influences our belief system. For example, the Greek word “autarkes” is translated in English as sufficiency. When the term is thus used in the English language, one may be tempted to think it means “just enough”. But in the Greek language, “autarkes”, means over, above and beyond....

Prophetic Declaration by Dr Shawn SMITH
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Prophetic Declaration by Dr Shawn SMITH

“According to my plan I have ordered things that are being open publicly before you; but in private were these things prayed that are coming to pass today. In the secret place, where no one saw, were these things laid out line upon line, but now are explained and publicly published. There are many whom...

Eikon | Christological Anthropology
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Eikon | Christological Anthropology

The answer to the question ‘what is man?’ is found in the explanation of the Greek term, ‘eikon’ (image). What is the image of God said to be in man? The Apostle Paul explains creation from redemption; Adam from Christ, the earthly from the heavenly. What man is is reflective of what God is. Christ...

What the Law Cannot Do
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What the Law Cannot Do

An Excerpt from the series “The Shadow of Things to Come” There is a distinction between the Old and the New. The Person of Christ is the unique continuity between the Old and the New. Throughout the Old Testament, we find a pivotal event, which is the giving of the Torah, the Ten Commandments, to...

Learning to be Content
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Learning to be Content

It is possible to live in a manner that the external pressures are inconsequential to the peace of God within you.

Learning to Practice the Imperatives
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Learning to Practice the Imperatives

In the structure of the epistles within the Pauline corpus, the Apostle Paul will always classify his writings into two major sections. He begins with the doctrinal sections where he elaborates the indicatives. The indicatives refer to what God has done in Christ Jesus; what has happened in Christ, in His work for humanity as...