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....

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...

The Testimony of God
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The Testimony of God

And thou shalt put the mercy seat upon the ark of the testimony in the most holy place. Exodus 26:34 In the Old Testament, the Ark of the Covenant was called the ark of the Testimony. It was the embodiment of the presence of God among His people. The phrase “the testimony of God” was...

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.

Inspired Utterance: The Day of the Son’s dominion
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Inspired Utterance: The Day of the Son’s dominion

You have heard of words that have been fulfilled in an age past Of prophecies that had preceded what has now come; And it was fulfilled! Though time passed, lo, it came to pass. And it was written even as it was spoken, That, “Unto us a child is born; unto us a son is...