Once again I created a study that hopefully clarifies a misunderstanding in Scripture. I love finding seemingly scary passages and showing that because men teach them incorrectly, they are actually very positive. Fortunately I get to do this a lot as a lot of men use the worng tules too ficks there injuns. (hey, did you catch that? Huh? I purposely mispellededd the words to make a point) This study is about how Yeshua fulfilled all Bible Prophecies in the past. I dare you to join me in this. Let me know if you disagree and give me plenty of verses that prove your point. But I will warn you that my way just might bring a positive hope for the future and peace and a complete Kingdom. But hey, to each his own! Enjoy! Click the colored link below.
The unforgivable sin? Oh boy, Buckwheat! We are finally going to learn what this offense is-was-will be-might have been-could be-still is and any other tense you can think of. The answer is right there in black and white…and red. Just click on the colored link. The Unforgivable Sin
Short and Sweet! I like that when it comes to being reprimanded, preached to and when describing my lovely wife! None of us prefer “long and drawn out”. So, I thought I would be short and sweet with this little study on three verses from John. It’s all about choosing the right word to describe something. In this case, it’s whether the word is “which” or “who”.
Naw! I doubt it since I don’t think they know how to write. But some Christians believe we should test them. Is this a proper method for understanding Scripture? 1 John 4:1-3 is mostly mishandled and should be easily understood if the proper tools for interpreting are used. Know a little about the early Church’s struggle against Gnosticism and Docetism, a little about Greek and some context and you should be able to unravel difficult passages. So, although this blog is somewhat lengthy, enjoy the read and hopefully it gives you comfort realizing this warning from John isn’t about you. Whew! just click on the colored link below.