Monthly Archives: November 2019

POINTS TO PONDER!

  Often, we know what we want to say, so we chose a word that seems most likely to convey our thoughts. However, sometimes, we pick the wrong word or use a word wrongly. Here are some examples. Ironic:  Probably … Continue reading

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SERENDIPITY FOR SATURDAY

PAGANS WEREN’T SO DUMB AFTER ALL So often, we think of the Ten Commandments given to Moses around 1400 B.C. as the beginning of God’s involvement in teaching mankind how to live according to His edicts.  However, in a document … Continue reading

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CALLED TO LIVE IN FREEDOM

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY By Dr. Robert R Seyda PAUL’S LETTER TO THE GALATIANS CHAPTER THREE (Lesson XXXV) Wake up, you dunderhead Galatians! says Paul, nothing is more certain than this, salvation is a gift; God gave it freely, how … Continue reading

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CALLED TO LIVE IN FREEDOM

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY By Dr. Robert R Seyda PAUL’S LETTER TO THE GALATIANS CHAPTER THREE (Lesson XXXIV) As mentioned earlier in comments on verse fifteen, Martin Luther uses an illustration to make his point here on becoming a joint-heir … Continue reading

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CALLED TO LIVE IN FREEDOM

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY By Dr. Robert R Seyda PAUL’S LETTER TO THE GALATIANS CHAPTER THREE (Lesson XXXIII)   In George W. Clark’s (1831-1911) comments here on verse sixteen, when delineating between the use of the Hebrew noun zera` as … Continue reading

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CALLED TO LIVE IN FREEDOM

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY By Dr. Robert R Seyda PAUL’S LETTER TO THE GALATIANS CHAPTER THREE (Lesson XXXII) If you are a serious Bible student and read various commentaries, you’ll know that Paul’s argument is subject to many tests of … Continue reading

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CALLED TO LIVE IN FREEDOM

NEW TESTAMENT CONTEXTUAL COMMENTARY By Dr. Robert R Seyda PAUL’S LETTER TO THE GALATIANS CHAPTER THREE (Lesson XXXI) In a sermon by Reverend Frances Keyes Aglionby, vicar of Christ’s Church, Westminster, London, published around 1906, tells the story of a … Continue reading

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