Monthly Archives: November 2015

WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER SIX Part III (con’t) Verse 13a: So the Master told His disciples to also ask their heavenly Father: Don’t let us be tempted, thereby saving us from … Continue reading

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POINTS TO PONDER

Did you know that in British Columbia, Canada, you cannot take a picture of a woman with a wooden leg. And do you know why? Most people who live there know why, but, believe it or not, they don’t know … Continue reading

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SERENDIPITY FOR SATURDAY

Perhaps you’ve heard a preacher, teacher or fellow Christian make this statement after they encountered some trouble, difficulty or inconvenience or after hearing that a friend experienced some critical miscalculation or setback, “Well, the Bible says ‘This too shall pass’.” … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER SIX Part III When it comes to this kingdom, let us look at what Daniel of the Old Testament saw: “During the time of the kings of … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER SIX Part II (con’t) Verse 7: And when you pray, don’t be like the people who don’t know God. They say the same thing over and over … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER SIX Part II There’s an interesting story in Jewish literature from the school of Rabbi Jannai. It refers to one who gives alms to a poor person … Continue reading

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WHAT DID JESUS REALLY SAY

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY by Dr. Robert R. Seyda GOSPEL OF MATTHEW CHAPTER SIX Part I (con’t) We find that in a school established by Rabbi Ishmael ben Elisha it was taught: “Whoever dispenses part of his possessions and does … Continue reading

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