Is Footwashing Commanded?

by Jack Wellman
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When Jesus washed the disciples’ feet, was this a command for all Christians to do on the Passover? Washing of Feet The washing of feet is not new at all. In fact, footwashing can be found in Genesis 18:4 where Abraham “lifted up his eyes and looked, and behold, three men were standing in front […]

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What Does the Bible Say About Independence and Freedom?

by Pamela Rose Williams
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On July 4th every year the United States of America celebrates a declaration of independence from Great Britain. This is one of the most celebrated holidays of the year as it reminds us of our choice to become our own nation. On July 3, 1776, America’s Founding Father and first Vice President of the United […]

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If We Do Not Forgive Others, Does This Mean God Will Not Forgive Us?

by Jack Wellman
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Have you heard Jesus say, “If you do not forgive others of their sins, neither will yours be?” What does Jesus mean? Forgiven Much When my natural heart starts to grumble, which is seen as rebellion to God, I start to think of chapters like Philippians 2, and Romans 5:6-10, where the Word puts me […]

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Who Was Jezebel?

by Jack Wellman
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Who was Jezebel and why is her name used as an example for some people? Queen Jezebel We know precious little about Jezebel before she appears in Scripture in 1st Kings 16, where it says, “Ahab the son of Omri reigned over Israel in Samaria twenty-two years.  And Ahab the son of Omri did evil […]

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Bible Definitions: Natural Man, Spiritual Man, Carnal Man

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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When it comes to the study of humans, nearly every public college has courses on anthropology. Anthropology is a term that has its roots in Latin and Greek words that combine Anthropos- and -logy to mean the study of humans. It is not a surprise that the vast majority of anthropology courses focus on humanistic […]

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What Does Being “Free From Sin” Mean?

by Jack Wellman
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How can we ever be free from sin in this world? Is it even possible? No Sinless People A couple of years ago, a man who came to our church told our elder he was leaving the church. The elder asked him why, and he said, “I don’t like your prayers which ask God to […]

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50 Women in the Bible You May or May Not Know

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Are you ready to look at some women in the Bible? I have listed 50 of them that you may or may not know. I have given you the Bible references as well so that you can look them up. Abigail #1 David’s sister (1 Chronicles 2:15-17); Abigail #2 David’s wife (1 Samuel 25:36-44) Achsah […]

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Why Do Churches Close Or Die?

by Jack Wellman
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Why are more churches closing than opening? What are the causes? The Cycle of Life Some churches die and it’s not the end of the world. Churches are born, they live, they might even thrive, but in time, they might finally close their doors through no fault of their own. One such example would be […]

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Whatever Happened To Nicodemus And Joseph Of Arimathea?

by Jack Wellman
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Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea apparently believed in Jesus, so what happened to the Jewish religious leaders after they placed their trust in Christ? Nicodemus We are introduced to Nicodemus in the Gospel of John chapter 3 and John is the only record we have of Nicodemus, as the other three gospels remain silent about […]

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What Is A Reprobate Mind?

by Jack Wellman
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Can a person develop a reprobate mind, and a mind that cannot be renewed again? A Reprobate If you have any knowledge about courts, you have probably heard about Probate Court. Probate means a court process by which a will is proved valid or invalid, but there could be any number of other legal issues […]

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