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Chuck Smith

Deuteronomy 1:6

Chuck Smith"THE LORD OUR GOD SPAKE TO US IN HOREB SAYING, YE HAVE DWELT IN THIS MOUNTAIN LONG ENOUGH." Intro: Sojourn in Horeb important, received law, they were a theocracy. There distance from God by sin yet nearness through sacrifice. They were a people God governed, God spake & they began to move. No man e... Read More
John Gill

Of the Holy Scriptures.

John GillA Body of Doctrinal Divinity Book 1—Chapter 2 OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES As what I shall say hereafter concerning God, his essence, perfections, persons, works, and worship, and everything relative to him, will be taken out of the sacred scriptures, and proved by them; it will be necessary, before I pro... Read More
T. Austin-Sparks

The Cross in Relation to the Issue of Life

T. Austin-SparksReading: Deuteronomy 30.11-20; Hebrews 2.14-15; Revelation 1.18; Philippians 3.10. The matter which we now have before us is the relationship of the Cross to the manifesting of life. It is very important for us to be clear as to what that relationship is. One thing is patent, and that is that life, ... Read More
Discernment Reasearch Articles

Understanding the New Gnosticism - by Don Clasen

don't know if this holds for you as well, but for my part, one of the greatest challenges to my Christian faith that I have to face on a daily basis is accepting that the discovery and application of God's truth is sometimes very elusive and subtle. I honestly wish at times that He had sent down som... Read More
John Gifford Bellett

The Bride of the Lamb

The Lamb's bride is distinctly the heavenly Jerusalem, the heavenly companion of her Lord, quite distinct from Messiah's kingdom. Jerusalem is the earthly counterpart of the Lamb's bride. In our thoughts about these things, I feel that we do not keep the earthly Zion distinctly in her right place. I... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Joshua 1 - 13

John Nelson DarbyJoshua 1. The first thought is to cross the Jordan. Verses 3, 4. The principles come in afterwards, namely, all the extent of the promises of God; but realization by the fact that one takes possession of them. There is a connection between the moral state of man down here, and the glory of man above... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Romans 9-11

John Nelson DarbyWhat about the promises made to the Jews, that is, to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob? That the Jews had broken the law, and were guilty, was plain enough - guilty beyond the Gentiles: their mouth was stopped. But God's mouth had spoken: what about His promises? "No difference" could not be said there; fa... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Synopsis of the Books of the Bible - Deuteronomy

John Nelson DarbyWe now come to the Book of Deuteronomy, a book full of interest in its moral warnings as to testimony, but presenting fewer subjects for interpretation and exegesis than those, the summary of which we have hitherto sought to give. This book takes up Israel just on the borders of Canaan, and insists ... Read More
Samuel Davies

Divine Mercy to Mourning Penitents

Samuel DaviesDivine Mercy to Mourning Penitents By Samuel Davies "I have surely heard Ephraim's moaning: 'You disciplined me like an unruly calf, and I have been disciplined. Restore me, and I will return, because you are the LORD my God. After I strayed, I repented; after I came to understand, I struck my thigh... Read More
Blaise Pascal


Blaise Pascal642. Proof of the two Testaments at once.—To prove the two at one stroke, we need only see if the prophecies in one are fulfilled in the other. To examine the prophecies, we must understand them. For if we believe they have only one meaning, it is certain that the Messiah has not come; but if they h... Read More

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