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The Gospel of Jesus Christ

 

THE LORD GOD ALMIGHTY

Father | Son | Holy Spirit

Facts about God
Old Testament Names for God
Things God Sees and Knows
Facts about the Father
Scriptural Evidences for Trinity
Scriptural Names for Christ
Christ’s Virgin Birth
Humanity of Christ
Deity of Christ
Sinlessness of Christ
Christ’s Humility
Christ’s Resurrection
Post-Resurrection Appearances of Christ
Descriptions of Christ in the Old Testament
Descriptions of Christ in the New Testament
Facts about the Holy Spirit
Names for the Holy Spirit
Gifts of the Holy Spirit
Ministries of the Holy Spirit

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Messianic Prophecies

The Messianic prophecies fulfilled by Christ stagger the mind of all who examine them and understand their implications. There are 457 identifying marks in the Old Testament foretold to help identify the Messiah. The Mathematical probabilities of anyone fulfilling just eight prophecies is one in 10^17 (a figure with 17 zeros).

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Seven Reasons Why I Believe in
The Virgin Birth of Christ

by Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley

“When human impotence bows to that answer of divine omnipotence the Miracle of the Virgin Birth can be whole-heartedly accepted. He who questions the Virgin Birth challenges the almightiness of God. To discredit the Virgin Birth is not only to strike at the nature of Christ but at the very power of God, and the Gospel.”


Seven Reasons Why I Believe in
The Full Divinity of Christ

by Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley

“Our Lord Jesus Christ is God manifest in the flesh. God tabernacling in human form. When I say I believe in the full deity of Christ, that is what I affirm. At His birth our Lord Jesu Christ did not begin to exist. He was before all worlds Very God of Very God. Neither did He cease to be God, He was, is and always shall be the Mighty God, the Father of Eternity. The Gospel teaches us, that at the incarnation God the Son took on another mode of existence by taking into union with Himself an impeccable human nature.”


Seven Reasons Why I Believe in
The Atoning Blood of Christ

by Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley

“This vital consideration brings us to the fulcrum of the great operation of the Divine Revelation, to the centre of the vast circumference of Divine Redemption and to the very heart of the throbbing purpose of Divine Reconciliation. We come from the shallows of human speculation to the depths of divine revelation when we come to the Blood. We step at this juncture from the shadows of Old Testament typology to the blazing sunshine of New Testament theology. It is here we launch our souls from the shores of man’s estimate into the boundless, tideless, endless sea of God’s ultimate.”


Seven Reasons Why I Believe in
The Bodily Resurrection of Christ

by Dr. Ian R. K. Paisley

“The Resurrection is essential to Christianity and the Gospel, for by it alone can Christianity be confirmed. The Resurrection is the great corroborator of the gospel of Christianity. Remove this keystone and the goodly temple crashes into ruin. As life is essential to living so the Resurrection is essential to a living Christianity. Take away the Resurrection and Christianity becomes a dead letter, but another contribution to the world’s Pantheon.”

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200+ PROMISES THAT JESUS MADE

Old Testament the LORD gave the Covenant of Law, New Testament the Covenant of Promise
PLACE YOUR MOUSE OVER THE REFERENCE TO READ THE PROMISE

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Devastating Consequences of Sin

By: David M. Curtis

When a man gives his life to God and becomes born again, this puts a dead stop to the chain of events started thousands of years ago through his ancestors. The sin of Adam has affected all men. Little thought is given to the fact that EVERY MAN’S life of disobedience effects all future generations with devastating consequences.We will examine the stories of Abraham, Isaac, and King David.

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Bible Parables, Allegories, and Symbols

Parables are seemingly simple and memorable stories, often with imagery, and each conveys a message. Scholars have commented that although these parables seem simple, the messages they convey are deep, and central to the teachings of Jesus. Christian authors view them not as mere similitude’s which serve the purpose of illustration, but as internal analogies where nature becomes a witness for the spiritual world

Note: Be sure to click on the titles of Christ’s parables to read articles about each of them!

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The REAL Reason Judas Betrayed Jesus

By: David M. Curtis

This is a story of incredible drama.  The events in the room of Simon’s Feast led to the betrayal of Jesus Christ. There are multiple circumstances that pulled upon Judas Iscariot the night he chose his side with Satan.  Every one of us may find our selves one day tempted as he was under similar circumstances. Reading any one account of the story will not reveal  all that transpired that night. There are many dynamics to this story not visible on the surface, we must dig deep to find the truth.

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The Old Rugged Cross

By: David M. Curtis

The greatest revelation of God’s love is seen in the death of Christ on the Cross. “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down His life for His friends.” John 15:13. Have you seen the revelation of God’s love for you in the death of Christ on the Cross and experienced His love personally to the point that NOTHING COULD SEPARATE YOU FROM THAT LOVE YOU SEE IN CHRIST JESUS, AT CALVARY?

 

The Final Seven Things
Jesus Said Before He Died

By: David M. Curtis

From the moment Jesus had his hands and feet pierced with the nails until the moment “He gave up the ghost,” He spoke exactly seven times. A careful examination of the final things Jesus said, will reveal to us exactly what kind of man He truly was.

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Why Jesus died on Friday,
and not Wednesday

By: David M. Curtis

Some Believe that Jesus died on Wednesday, because Christ said he would be buried for three days and three nights. In this study we will look at both sides and look at all the evidence.

  • A single page from the journal of John Wesley reads:
    Sunday A.M., May 5—Preached in St. Ann’s; was asked not to come back anymore.
    Sunday P.M., May 5—Preached at St. John’s; deacons said, “Get out and stay out.”
    Sunday A.M., May 12—Preached at St. Jude’s; can’t go back there either.
    Sunday P.M., May 12—Preached at St. George’s; kicked out again.
    Sunday A.M., May 19—Preached at St. Somebody Else’s; deacons called special meeting and said I couldn’t return.
    Sunday P.M., May 19—Preached on the street; kicked off the street.
    Sunday A.M., May 26—Preached out in a meadow; chased out of meadow when a bull was turned loose during the service.
    Sunday A.M., June 2—Preached out at the edge of town; kicked off the highway.
    Sunday P.M., June 2—Afternoon service, preached in pasture; 10,000 people came.

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