Let’s begin by looking at what the Lord Jesus told Paul about how prayer works today in the dispensation of grace:
“Likewise the Spirit also helps in our weaknesses. For we do not know what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for
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God’s program for the earth is identified as prophecy, while His program for the heavenlies is known as the Mystery. A program is defined as “…a plan or procedure for dealing with some matter.” For instance, we might watch a documentary of american history followed by a documentary on … ➡
When it comes to identifying the various dispensations in the Word of God, there are as many systems as there are saints to expound them. Some hold to seven dispensations, others five, some eight, or something beyond. But one point of agreement, no matter how many dispensations you find, … ➡
Our doctrinal study begins with God’s command to Abraham to sacrifice his only son (Gen. 22:1-4), and Abraham’s announcement that he planned to “worship” God in so doing (v. 5). The law of first reference suggests that the Bible’s first use of the word worship here defines … ➡
FACT 1⃣—That the Bible MUST be rightly divided in order for it to make sense. Notice what it says: “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, RIGHTLY DIVIDING the Word of truth” (II Tim. 2:15). This is one of the … ➡
“For I speak to you Gentiles, inasmuch as I am the apostle of the Gentiles, I magnify mine office” (Romans 11:13 KJV).
Why should people new to the Bible begin in the Book of Romans? The Scripture above tells us.
Second Timothy chapter 3 contains the following Bible verses: … ➡
A fascinating but largely unknown fact of the New Testament is Paul’s command to believers to follow or imitate him. He issued this command several times throughout his letters. No other writer of Scripture issued such an imperative. We do not find it with Peter, John, James, etc. … ➡
The epistle of James has created much confusion in Christendom throughout Church history. The primary source of confusion has been James’ view of faith and works. Luther, for example, in his Preface to the New Testament, wrote:
Therefore St. James’ Epistle is really an epistle of straw, compared
“But we believe that we are saved through the grace of the Lord Jesus, in the same way as they” (Acts 15.11).
The Bible is clear that faith has always been required for salvation. The Bible is equally clear that faith alone has not always been … ➡