Greetings. It has been a while since I last wrote a post on my blog. Frankly, it feels good to be back. Thank you for your past support. Now, having said that, we will continue with our study of the book of Revelation. We are going to look at the church of Smyrna. Let’s studyContinue reading “The church of Smyrna”
So hast thou also them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitanes, which thing I hate. (Rev 2:15) Defining the word doctrine Greetings. In this Bible study, we will look into the doctrine of the Nicolaitanes. As you studyContinue reading “The doctrine of the Nicolaitanes.”
Since we have so many opportunities to be offended every day, and we have to forgive often to make sure we are not in a state of torment, it’s imperative that we get good at forgiveness. Not only do we need to forgive, but we need to forgive quickly. We need to refuse to giveContinue reading “FORGIVENESS: THE ANTIBIOTIC FOR THE WOUNDED SOUL (Guest Blogger)”
Nevertheless I have somewhat against thee, because thou hast left thy first love. (Rev 2:4) In our past studies, we took a hard look at the church of Ephesus. This was a church that was founded by the Apostle Paul. It was a church that had tremendous growth. They won so many souls that they,Continue reading “Have you left your first love?”
It is my pleasure to have as our guest blogger Brother Carlos Garcia. I have known Carlos for more than 10 years. He has the heart of a poet and writer. Here are some thoughts he wants to share about the Corona virus pandemic. Whether or not you agree with his thoughts, it will makeContinue reading “Our latest guest blogger.”
Greetings. I am honored to have my good friend Pastor Doc Pardon grace us with his post on our blog. Pastor Doc is an anointed teacher and speaker. He has authored a few books that brings encouragement and challenges our walk with the Lord. So, make yourself comfortable and prepare to be blessed as youContinue reading “Our Guest blogger.”
In our last Bible study, we had seen how God used the Apostle Paul to raise up a church in Ephesus. Ephesus was a city where the false God Diana was worshiped. That cult had a large following and it’s temple seated anywhere from 20,000 to 30,000 people. It took Paul three years toContinue reading “A look at the Church of Ephesus–Part 2”
Photo by Vidal Balielo Jr. on Pexels.com In our last study, we saw the introduction of the seven candlesticks and stars. The Lord Jesus had appeared unto John in the midst of the candlesticks. He noticed that the Lord had the seven stars in his right hand. This imagery is interesting and symbolic as weContinue reading “A look at the church of Ephesus.”
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