I.         I Corinthians 1:18-24             A.        The core of salvation is the fact that Jesus died for our sins.             B.        The center of our hope is the knowledge that Jesus arose triumphant over death.             C.        Yet many are unable to understand this message.                         1.         The Jews wanted something else. They wanted further proof from God.                         2.         The Greeks thought it was silly.…

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by Edwin Crozier At the end of Luke 23, we learned some women, having seen where Jesus was buried, prepared spices and ointments for His burial. Then in Luke 24:1, they were coming to the tomb early on the first day of the week with those prepared spices, presumably to perform the Jewish burial customs…

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Question: Greetings and God bless, I just read your answer: Could you explain “foreknew” and “predestined” to me? Concluding the article, you said: “The idea of predestination in the scripture can be summarized bysaying that God predetermined (or predestined) before the beginning of the world to set up a church through his Son’s sacrifice…” My…

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Text: Psalms 22   I.         Life can get very difficult at times and we can easily get overwhelmed by the struggle. What do we do? II.        Why doesn’t God do something? – Psalms 22:1-5             A.        We not only want a solution, we also have a time in mind that we want it solved by.             B.        It might appear to…

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Question: Why did Peter follow Jesus in Matthew 26:28? Is your understanding that the “reason” that he followed Jesus was only because he wanted to see what was going to happen?  Not to stand up for Jesus? Perhaps I should have explained that I am working on a lesson for Sunday morning and the point that I want…

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Question: Can you please tell me where the scriptures are that explain about the death of Jesus. Specifically about His bones not being broken. I know that the Bible refers to His “broken” body. But I seem to remember in the Old Testament that it prophesied about no bones would be broken in Christ’s body.…

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Question: I was reading an article on your website titled “The Offering of Isaac” and had a couple of questions about it.  The fourth paragraph says this: The place chosen for the sacrifice was about 50 miles from Abraham’s home. It took Abraham three days to reach the place. The journey gave Abraham three days…

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