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Walter Beuttler

Study Notes - Satan

Walter BeuttlerA. ORIGIN OF SATAN 1. What light is shed on the origin of Satan in: (1) Isa. 14:12? That prior to his fall he was called “Lucifer” (“day star”) and “son of the morning,” probably because he was the beginning of God’s creation. (2) Ezek. 28:15? That he is a created being and as such does not possess ... 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
Greek Word Studies

Consider (count, regard) (2233) hegeomai

Considering (2233) (hegeomai from ago = to lead, carry, bring) has two basic meanings in the NT. One is to lead as one would do in a supervisory capacity as when describing men in any leading position - ruler, leader, governor (Ac 7:10) and stands opposite of a diakonos or servant in (Lk 22:26). In ... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Lead (leader) (2233) hegeomai

Considering (2233) (hegeomai from ago = to lead, carry, bring) has two basic meanings in the NT. One is to lead as one would do in a supervisory capacity as when describing men in any leading position - ruler, leader, governor (Ac 7:10) and stands opposite of a diakonos or servant in (Lk 22:26). In ... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Regard (consider, lead, leader) (2233) hegeomai

Regard (2233) (hegeomai from ágo = to lead) primarily signifies to lead or go before -- to be a leader, one who commands, supervises; one in authority over (cp Mt 2:6, Acts 7:10, 15:22, Lk 22:26, He 13:7, 17, 24); to rule over, with the implication of providing direction and leadership. Hegeomai com... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Unfathomable (421) anexichniastos

Unfathomable (421) (anexichniastos from a = without + exichniázo = explore, to trace out) means that which cannot be traced out, which is past finding out and thus which is impossible to comprehend. It describes that which is impossible of understanding by human minds. Fathomless. Morey notes that..... Read More
Theodore Epp

Confidence in God, Not Man

Theodore EppJob 13:4-15 As we read in Job 13, Job again spoke quite forcibly of his refusal to let his "friends" arbitrate his case for him. He declared he would take it to God himself. Job brushed his "friends" aside and told them that what they knew he knew, that he was not a bit inferior to them. It goes wit... Read More
Gawin Kirkham

THE FIRST OPEN-AIR SERMON

THE SEARCHING QUESTION "Where art thou?" -Gen. 3. 9. [This sermon outline was taken from the book, "The Open-Air Preacher's Handbook" written by Gawin Kirkham. Brother Kirkham was the Secretary of the Open-Air Mission of London, England. The book was published in 1890, but has a timeless message for... Read More
Gawin Kirkham

The First Open-Air Sermon

THE SEARCHING QUESTION "Where art thou?" -Gen. 3. 9. [This sermon outline was taken from the book, "The Open-Air Preacher's Handbook" written by Gawin Kirkham. Brother Kirkham was the Secretary of the Open-Air Mission of London, England. The book was published in 1890, but has a timeless message for... Read More
Warren Wiersbe

The Question

Warren WiersbeRead Psalm 10:1-13 "Why?" is the easiest question to ask but the hardest to answer. David asks why three times in this psalm. The atheist's answer to this question is that there is no God; the rationalist says God is unable to act or doesn't care; and the legalist says this is punishment for persona... Read More

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