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I am interested in joining your Sunday night zoom bible study.
Hi Rick. I will need your e-mail address to set up a meeting to connect with you.
Really loved having you join us Rick! You are a wonderful addition to our Bible study!
Steve, just wanted to let you know I ran across your blog (via a SS lesson this morning–I googled the two greek words for dog used in our teacher’s lesson-later) about Jesus calling the Canaanite woman “a dog”. I think our SS teacher may have used this particular blog, some of the points made so paralleled it. Beautiful story, the scripture passage Matthew15.21-28, makes so much more sense now. Now… Read more »
Thanks so much CB! Best compliment you could give me! Glad you found the site, and pray it blesses you.
Are willful sins before salvation even though we knew died for sins forgiven when we trust in Jesus for eternal life.
Henly, when we are saved, it is called “born again” (Jn Ch. 3). The primary reason for this name is because we are “born” to a new life, and our old life is in the past. Anything we did in the past is forgiven, and no longer held against us. In addition, all sins moving forward are forgiven as well. However, when we sin, we still need to confess our… Read more »
Thanks for your help
thank u. i needed this so bad and so many people do too. amazing site jesus saves
Hi. What I’ve read is informative. Before I add you to my list of resources I need some details. Specifically, do you have a statement of faith that nails down what you believe.
Thanks very much.
Hi Debbie. My “Statement of Faith” comes down to two things: “Essential Christian Doctrine,” and “Secondary Issues.” You can find these here: https://jesusalive.cc/essential-doctrine/
Good job. Keep it up.
Thanks so much Mark!