Tag Archives: Unbelief

The Resurrection — Six Ways God Made it Easier to Believe

God, in His mercy, knew that human faith is weak, and He gave us things that make it easier to believe. Continue reading

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The Son’s Wedding Feast — a Year Before

It is not God who needs Israel. It is Israel who needs God. Continue reading

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Romans 1 and Christian Errors on Homosexuality (part one)

This passage mentions homosexuality, but it is not about homosexuality. It is about all who are unrighteous and resist the truth. Continue reading

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Matthew 21:28-32 — The Parable of the Two Sons

What parent hasn’t said, “I don’t want you to SAY you will obey, I want you to do it!”  Fathers who know this parable love to use it to teach the meaning of true obedience.  But as we look at … Continue reading

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“By What Authority?” — Jesus Answers the Question

Jesus was not pointing to John, He was pointing through John, to the source of John’s baptism, the source of his ministry, to the Father Himself. Continue reading

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Condemnation, Why and for What?

The reason unbelievers go to Hell is not the sins they have committed. Continue reading

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The Lord is Gracious — “Sarah laughed”

God didn’t make excuses for Sarah, but He didn’t blast her with judgment — He blasted her with joy. Continue reading

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