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Winning The Victory Crown

Published: October 15, 2020 (Originally published: September 29, 2013)
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Let me say first of all that I love your site – it is amazing and so informative. I was reading 1 Cor 9:24-27 and my question is what is the crown that we are obtaining here? (I know it is not salvation) Also, what is the meaning of the strict training?


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Why Pray If God Already Knows The Outcome?

Published: October 15, 2020 (Originally published: September 26, 2013)
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My Husband and I were having the discussion on prayer. How do you explain to someone that even when God already knows the outcome of something, he still wants us to pray. Can you please explain this?


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Unity In The Church?

Published: October 15, 2020 (Originally published: September 30, 2013)
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Would you take time, possibly, to address a concern I have about unity of the Spirit – no differentiation between the Jew/Greek/bond/free/male/female – and the nationality issue? I’m speaking specifically about those who are Jewish Christians. Is it a natural response to being saved as a Jew to consider oneself different from Gentile Christians?


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Repent And Be Saved. What Does It Mean?

Published: October 14, 2020 (Originally published: September 28, 2013)
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What part does repentance have in becoming saved? We often read we must just ask for forgiveness and believe in Jesus.


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It Hinges Upon The Meaning Of One Little Word

Published: October 14, 2020 (Originally published: September 16, 2013)
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I have a question about Revelation 3:10, I understand post trib rapture believers say that Revelation 3:10 implies protection while through but not removal from the tribulation. Pre-tribbers claim the word “from” in the Greek [ek] means “out of.” Therefore, we claim we will be physically kept “out of” the tribulation. Post-tribbers claim that the meaning of “ek” would more accurately be translated “out from among,” or “out of the midst of.” They say this is how it is defined in the Greek lexicons. In Rev. 3:10, the object is the tribulation. In order to come “out from among” the tribulation you must first be IN the tribulation.


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Becoming What We Already Are

Published: October 14, 2020 (Originally published: January 21, 2016)
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I know your site well enough to know that you say “You are saved by what you believe, not how you behave.” Though I completely agree with you, I still run across Biblical “scholars” that say things like this:

“I spent most of my younger years believing I was a Christian, but one day a born again believer explained what it took to be a Christian and I realized I had been wrong for years; I had swallowed the lie. There must be a conversion from a life of sin to a new creature who repents and turns from sin.”

I know that as God’s children, we should strive to be more Christ-like every day, but this sounds like another example of belief plus works. Would you agree?