Category: Exhortation For The Ekklesia

Pentecost Message

Just in time for Pentecost!  The very popular Biblical Sabbath and Calendar book has now been expanded so much that it has been divided into two books!  The first book is “Personal Salvation,”  but don’t be confused by that title; the book is about much more than repentance and baptism.  This book includes studies in […]

Biblical Philadelphian Love

There is enormous talk about brotherly love and the “Philadelphian Christian” in the assemblies.  It is important to have a good understanding of the subject of love and the meaning of Philadelphian love as we examine ourselves before Passover.  Regardless of all the hair splitting over the meaning of words like Agape Love,  if we […]

Godly Leadership

This is intended to cover the basics of proper godly leadership in this life, in preparation to become the kings and priests, the leadership of the kingdom of God.  The job of the priests and Levites was primarily to TEACH the people, set an example of godliness and to effect a reconciliation between the people […]

The Flat Earth

Is The Earth Flat?  Today we begin the new studies through Genesis and Exodus at The School of Biblical Studies site.  I have recently received some inquires as to my position on the flat earth idea and since Genesis 1 begins the book of Genesis with the  Creation Week,  I thought that this was a […]

Laodicea and the Nicolaitanes

The post contains extensive quotes from:  Beloved, “Beware of the leaven of the Pharisees.” by J.H. Allen Laodicea and the Nicolaitanes When our Lord Jesus Christ walked among men, He taught His disciples to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees, whom He denounced as hypocrites. With them He classed the chief priests and officials of […]

Ongoing UCG Doctrinal Changes

The question has come up:  Why is Ephraim ascribed ten thousands and Manasseh only thousands when America has a much larger population than the British peoples?  The answer is a translation issue In Deuteronomy 33:17 thousands and ten thousands are mistranslation    The term “thousands” used for Manasseh actually means an innumerable multitude. The term “ten thousands” for […]

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