GodSaidSo.com Week In Review – 3/28/15

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In case you missed it, here’s what has been added to GodSaidSo.com over the past week: Monday (Bible Study Lesson):  Bible Baptisms Tuesday (Article):  The ABCs Of Christian Living – “D for Disciplined” Wednesday (Article):  The Word Of Reconciliation Thursday (Bible Study Lesson):  Benefiting From Bible Characters Friday (Mini Bible Study Lesson):  What Does It Mean To Repent?

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What Does It Mean To Repent?

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Summary             What does it mean to repent? “Repentance” is a term that is used frequently in religious discussions, but is rarely (if ever) used elsewhere. Consequently, we need to take some time to learn about the true meaning of repentance in order to properly obey the commandment of God. Study this lesson by using the downloadable material, video, audio, ...

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Benefiting From Bible Characters

Benefiting Of Bible Characters

Summary The Bible contains a story. And, in this story, there is a central storyline. This main storyline is one of salvation. The story begins with the perfect creation of the world and mankind. The story quickly shifts to the introduction of sin into the world (with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden). From that point forward, the ...

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The Word Of Reconciliation

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            To be “reconciled” is to make two things equal, bringing two things into harmony with each other. For instance, if you attempt to reconcile US currency with European currency, you will want to exchange the one for the equivalent amount in the other. In a spiritual sense, 2 Corinthians 5:18-19 speaks of the “word of reconciliation.” “Now all things ...

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The ABCs Of Christian Living: D for Disciplined

            The Christian is a servant of the Almighty God. The Christian’s life, then, no longer belongs to himself/herself. Instead, as Romans 12:1 instructs, Christians must present their bodies as living sacrifices to God! Therefore, self-discipline is going to be a crucial part in living the life of a Christian. The term “discipline” (as applied to our own spiritual lives) ...

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Bible Baptisms

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Summary There are six different baptisms identified in the Bible:  The baptism of Moses, the baptism of suffering, the baptism of John, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, the baptism of the Great Commission, and the baptism of fire. We need to study these different baptisms so that we can come to the proper conclusions about each one and not ...

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Coming This Week To GodSaidSo.com – 3/22/15

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As you make your plans for this new week, make sure that you schedule time for God and studying His word! Perhaps you will find something on this website helpful to you in that effort. Here’s the Bible study material scheduled this week for this site: Monday (Bible Study Lesson):  Bible Baptisms Tuesday (Article):  The ABCs Of Christian Living – ...

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GodSaidSo.com Week In Review (3/21/15)

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In case you missed it, here’s what has been added to GodSaidSo.com over the past week: Monday (Bible Study Lesson):  One Baptism Tuesday (Article):  The ABCs Of Christian Living – “C for Confident” Wednesday (Article):  Are You Approving Of Sin? Thursday (Bible Study Lesson):  Are You Searching For The Truth? Friday (Mini Bible Study Lesson):  Does God Approve Of Mechanical Instruments ...

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Does God Approve Of Mechanical Instruments In Worship?

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Summary             Does God approve of the use of mechanical instruments in worship to Him? Just as long as your worship is directed to Him, does He care if you express that praise with the accompaniment of a piano, guitar, drums, or other mechanical instruments? It is commonplace for most churches to assume that God approves of this type of ...

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Are You Searching For The Truth?

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Summary             Are you searching for the truth? This is a question you need to honestly ask yourself. Of course, we are discussing seeking the truth – in the context of the truth that is contained in the Word of God (the Bible)! There are some common responses to this question. (1) “I’ve already found the truth – so I ...

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