Do the ten commandments cascade from the greatest to the least in Exodus 20:1-17?
In Exodus 20:1-17 and Deuteronomy 5:6-21 the commandments are listed in a more or less similar way.Was thinking whether there are listed this way so as to potray a cascading pattern from the greatest in the beginning to the least at the en…
The Gospel From Acts :: By Grant Phillips
Jesus told the remaining eleven apostles in Acts to take the Gospel to Jerusalem, to all Judea, to Samaria, and to the ends of the earth when the Holy Spirit came upon them. The Holy Spirit did come, as recorded in Acts 2. After Jesus gave them these instructions, He was taken up to Heaven […]
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28 Mar 2023
Jubaland state of Somalia hit by the worst floods in a decade At least 20 people have died in flash floods that hit Somalia’s Bardhere district last week, causing massive damage to infrastructure and forcing thousands to seek safer ground. The district is located on the Jubba River in the Jubaland State of Somalia. The rains […]
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La promesa de Pentecostés
Por: Roger Stronstad. Mientras que los dos primeros signos de la teofanía -el viento y el fuego- habrían sido tan inesperados y sorprendentes para los discípulos como lo fueron para la multitud de adoradores, el derramamiento real del Espíritu no habría sido inesperado. De hecho, los discípulos esperaban el don del Espíritu Santo, que recibieron … Seguir leyendo La promesa de Pentecostés
Hebrews Study: Jesus, Our Mediator :: By Sean Gooding
Hebrews 8:1-6 “Now this is the main point of the things we are saying: We have such a High Priest, who is seated at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens, 2 a Minister of the sanctuary and of the true tabernacle which the Lord erected, and not man. 3 […]
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Stop Beginning Worship with Boring Announcements
Jason Moore says churches should stop beginning their worship with boring announcements and instead give worshipers an overview of what’s coming and why it matters to them. Announcements can be reframed as action steps flowing from the theme of the ser…
10 Reasons I Would Seek to Raise Up Staff within My Church
More and more churches are deciding to raise up staff from within their congregation. While I wondered about that direction when it first began to gain steam, I have come to see the value of it. Here are 10 reasons I encourage you to consider this opti…
Jesus and the shepherds—Luke 2:1-14
The elite initially ignored him. God chose to reveal him to the nobodies of the day. Because God isn’t impressed with human status. He…
Greek Interpretation of Jude 1:24 "without stumbling" – Subject Modified or Object Modified?
(Jude 1:24 in the Greek)
This is somewhat of a Greek interpretation question, though I assume someone might be able to find a reference to answer my question outside of the Greek language. I cannot find an answer to this anywhere, though I…
Does Revelation 19:1 affirm some portion of Jesus prayer to the Father in Matthew 6?
Revelation 19:1 YLT
And after these things I heard a great voice of a great multitude in the heaven, saying, ‘Alleluia! the salvation, and the glory, and the honour, and the power, is to the Lord our God;
Matthew 6:16 YLT
And mayest Thou n…
Women and Archaeology
Dr. Nakhai is the Associate Professor at the Arizona Center for Judaic Studies. She is an archaeologist and Biblical scholar, She has written extensively about ancient religion and culture, especially the lives of women in ancient Israel and t…