Monthly Archives: December 2017

POINTS TO PONDER

The first religious New Year was celebrated by the Jewish people around 3760 BC and is known as Rosh HaShanah and occurs the early part of September.1 The first secular New Year celebration came around 2000 BC in the Middle … Continue reading

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SERENDIPITY FOR SATURDAY

THE BATTLE THAT CHANGED THE WORLD IN 30 MINUTES It was in the early fall of 1759 when the soldiers of General Louis-Joseph, Marquis de Montcalm, commandant of the French army of Quebec, retired to their tents, they knew their … Continue reading

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I AM NOT ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY Dr. Robert R. Seyda EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS CHAPTER EIGHT (Lesson XLVII) The Apostles Paul now begins to enumerate all the adversities that might cause a believer to turn back from following Christ because they’re convinced … Continue reading

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I AM NOT ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY Dr. Robert R. Seyda EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS CHAPTER EIGHT (Lesson XLVI) It is upon the basis of the work of Christ on the cross that the acquittal of all those whom the Father gave to … Continue reading

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I AM NOT ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY Dr. Robert R. Seyda EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS CHAPTER EIGHT (Lesson XLV) Bible scholar John Stott examines Paul’s argument by noting that this question and the next two (who will accuse us, and who will condemn … Continue reading

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I AM NOT ASHAMED OF THE GOSPEL

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY Dr. Robert R. Seyda EPISTLE TO THE ROMANS CHAPTER EIGHT (Lesson XLIV) We read in the Book of Revelation that John is talking about the same One Isaiah spoke of: “See my Servant, whom I uphold; … Continue reading

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POINTS TO PONDER

Before you celebrate Christmas this holiday season, here are some things that may affect the way you observe this special time of year. Did you know that the birth of Jesus was not celebrated until 336 AD? The disciples and … Continue reading

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