What Is A “Seared Conscience”?

by Jack Wellman
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What does having a “seared conscience” mean? What is a “seared conscience?” The Knowledge of Sin You don’t have to tell a 6-year-old when they’ve done something wrong. They already know that some things are right and somethings are wrong. Children are just like adults in the sense that they have an internal moral compass, […]

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What Does It Mean To Mock God?

by Jack Wellman
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What does it mean to mock God?  Is that something we might do? Mocking God I do know Scriptures testify to the fact that God is not mocked, meaning, “Don’t fool yourselves, whatever you sow, that’s what you’ll reap,” and I speak to myself too, but some openly mock God to His face, so to […]

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What Does It Mean to Grieve the Holy Spirit?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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Everyone experiences some level of grief in their life. Whether it is the loss of a loved one or simply a matter of graduating from high school and moving on from the life that you have come to know. But, one of the wonderful things about God is that He is also a person and […]

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Why Did God Choose Jerusalem To Be The City Of God?

by Jack Wellman
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Why did God choose Jerusalem over all the cities of the world to put His name? Jerusalem – City of Peace? Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world, but the city hasn’t lived up to its name, at least not yet. Jerusalem means “king” (jeru) of “peace” (shalom), but it has been […]

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Is The Atonement Limited Or Is It For All People?

by Jack Wellman
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Can everyone be saved? Is the atonement through Christ limited or for all people? Limited Atonement Limited atonement is the “L” of the TULIP and is associated with John Calvin’s view on salvation and how he explained the five points of the atonement. In the Reformed tradition it is sometimes called limited atonement, or the […]

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Why Can’t Satan Or The Demons Repent?

by Jack Wellman
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Is it still possible for Satan to repent? What about the demons? What is Repentance? The Greek word used for repentance in the New Testament is “metanoia” and it means “a change of mind,” but it is much more than simply changing our mind. It is a change of direction. It is a turning away […]

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What’s The Difference Between Calvinism And Hyper-Calvinism?

by Jack Wellman
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Is Calvinism and Hyper-Calvinism opposed to one another? Is one wrong and the other right? John Calvin John Calvin was one of the early reformers during the period or movement we call the Great Reformation. John Calvin broke from the Roman Catholic Church because he felt much of what they taught was not biblical, like […]

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Laughter and Merriment is Good Medicine: Great KJV Bible Verses

by Pamela Rose Williams
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It has been said that laughter is good medicine. Did you know this is a Biblical concept? Here are some great KJV Bible verses about laughter, merriment and joy. Do you have a favorite? Some Examples of Laughter 2 Chronicles 30:10 So the posts passed from city to city through the country of Ephraim and Manasseh […]

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Why Does God Allow Tares In The Church?

by Jack Wellman
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Why does God allow for tares to be in the church? False Converts The church has long since had false converts in it, and they are certainly in the church today, but the problem is, we can’t always know who they are. We might see some bad fruit and think, “They’re sure not Christian” and […]

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Who Was Saint Augustine?

by Jack Wellman
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Here is a look at one of the greatest Christian’s in history, Saint Augustine. Augustine of Hippo Saint Augustine or Augustine of Hippo (354-430), was nothing like a saint when he was young, probably like most of us, but this man is regarded as perhaps the greatest thinker, philosopher and theologian in the first one […]

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