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Father, Holy Spirit, and Son

Father – John 17:3 Eternal Life Holy Spirit – is the nature of the Father or the Eternal Life (John 4:24). The innate or essential qualities or character of the Father. What are these qualities or character? Wisdom, knowledge, strength, … Continue reading

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What is Patripassianism?

It is a belief that the Father was the one who died in the cross and that the Father is the Son and the Son is the Father, all that happens to Jesus on earth was just a mere act … Continue reading

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Born of Water and Spirit

“Jesus answered, “I assure you, unless someone is born of water and the Spirit, it’s not possible to enter God’s kingdom.”John 3:5 CEB Question: What does the verse above mean “born of water and the Spirit” Answer: Born of water … Continue reading

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Praying in the name of the Son

Praying is both thanksgiving and asking something from God. The question is, on whose name do you pray? a.) Is it in the name of the Father, Son, Holy Spirit? b.) Or, is it in the name of the Son. … Continue reading

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Logos and Rhema

Logos is a principle of divine reason which can be express in rhema. In John 1:1 The Word (Logos) refers to Jesus since there was no other flesh in John 1:14 that embodies this divine reason but Jesus. Rhema are … Continue reading

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An Introductory Name

Are you not wondering? The law was only a shadow or a preview of the things that would come. Yet, the name that Moses received was a personal/preferred/final name? For consistency sake, since the law was just a preview or … Continue reading

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What is the​ difference between a temple and a church?

The difference between the two is like the difference between what is a house and a home. A house implied that although you live in it, you are not happy and or not united with the one in it, in … Continue reading

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