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Chuck Smith

The Word of Knowledge

Chuck SmithWe would like to continue our study on the subject of the Holy Spirit. Presently we are dealing with the manifestations of the Holy Spirit as they are recorded in the first section in 1 Corinthians 12, where Paul gives us a partial listing. We will go over to Romans and Ephesians to look at further ... Read More
St. Augustine

Exposition on Psalm 71

St. Augustine1. In all the holy Scriptures the grace of God that delivers us commends itself to us, in order that it may have us commended. This is sung of in this Psalm, whereof we have undertaken to speak....This grace the Apostle commends: by this he got to have the Jews for enemies, boasting of the letter of... Read More
Principles For The Gathering Of Believers

76 - Chronological Bible Reading of Scriptures

Principles For The Gathering Of BelieversThere is a great need in the body of Christ for consistent reading of the Holy Scriptures in their entirety, book by book, chapter by chapter, verse by verse. In this case we are encouraging a chronological reading of the Scriptures. Most of the confusion is created when certain teachers, groups, or... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

The Spirit’s Power Indispensable By S. A. Keen

"As the Father hath sent Me, so send I you...receive ye the Holy Ghost" (John 20:21-22). It is very significant that Jesus, having given to His disciples their great commission, should link with it the command: "Receive ye the Holy Ghost." It teaches that "the Pentecostal bestowment is an indispensa... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Give attention or heed (1907) epecho

Holding fast (1907) (epecho from epí = upon + écho = have, hold) means literally have or hold upon. To hold fast. To hold firmly to (hold firmly to a particular belief) To direct towards. To give attention to. To hold out, then to hold one's mind toward. To observe. It is found in the phrase in secu... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Holding fast or forth (1907) epecho

Holding fast (1907) (epecho from epí = upon + écho = have, hold) means literally have or hold upon. To hold fast. To hold firmly to (hold firmly to a particular belief) To direct towards. To give attention to. To hold out, then to hold one's mind toward. To observe. It is found in the phrase in secu... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Pay close attention to (1907) epecho

Holding fast (1907) (epecho from epí = upon + écho = have, hold) means literally have or hold upon. To hold fast. To hold firmly to (hold firmly to a particular belief) To direct towards. To give attention to. To hold out, then to hold one's mind toward. To observe. It is found in the phrase in secu... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Prophet (4396) (prophetes)

Prophet (4396)(prophetes from próphemi = literally to tell beforehand in turn from pró = before, in front of, forth, on behalf of + phemí = speak, tell) is primarily a forth-teller or one who speaks out God's message, primarily to their own generation, usually always calling the people to God's trut... Read More
Watchman Nee

THE GOAL OF THE GOSPEL

Watchman NeeFor our final chapter we will take as our starting-point an incident in the Gospels that occurs under the very shadow of the Cross-an incident that, in its details, is at once historic and prophetic. " And while he was in Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, as he sat at meat, there came a woman... Read More
Zac Poonen

Amazing Faith of a Godly Mother

Zac PoonenWe read in 2 Kings 4:8-37 of a woman - a prominent, rich, wealthy and influential woman - who was also blessed by Elisha's ministry. God does not choose only the poor and the illiterate and the uneducated to bless. He has no partiality. He chose an illiterate Peter, but He also chose a highly educat... Read More

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