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Which is it? Communion or Eucharist or the Last Supper? Yes.

1 Cor. 10.16-17;20; 11.23-31; John 6.11; 23, 35-42; 48-59 Like a foolish husband arguing with his wife over the true meaning of the word “love,” but failing to embrace his bride, sometimes the Church has got tangled up on words … Continue reading

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A Message for Sinners Only: Romans 3.19-25

The passage before us is an indictment of the sin of Jew and Greek in the Roman church. The Greek who felt justified before God before they didn’t know about the One true God were judged guilty. The law was … Continue reading

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Cramming

“But David strengthened himself in the LORD his God” (1 Samuel 30.6b ESV).   I met a doctor recently. I told him that we have so many fine physicians in our flock that if I ever had to call, “Is … Continue reading

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