Read Your Bible

Chad exhorts us to read our Bible every day like we eat food every day, for, "Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God." (Lk.4:4)

Thoughts of Some Brethren

Some of the men of the Cincinnati Church presented meditations while Pastor Boffey was ministering to the saints in Bristol.

The First Destruction of Jerusalem (Part 2)

THE FIRST DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM

I. The cup of Judah's iniquity was full. They had disregarded the conditions of the covenant which God had given them for the possession of the land. They had neglected His warnings which had come via His lesser judgments and the rebukes of the prophets. They had gone too far and there was now no remedy from the judgment which would befall them. 2CH 36:14-16.

A. Where God makes a conditional promise, He reserves the right to break His part of the agreement if the other party defaults from their obligations. NUM 14:30-34.

The Christian's Responsibility to Moses' Law

THE CHRISTIAN'S RELATIONSHIP TO MOSES' LAW

I. The question is sometimes asked, "How much of the Old Testament (O.T.) is still binding upon Christians today?"
A. Is all of the O.T. still binding?
B. Is any of the O.T. still binding?
C. Is everything not specifically excluded in the New Testament (N.T.) still binding?
D. Is only that portion of the O.T. which is specifically identified as N.T. law still in effect?

II. When we speak of "the Old Testament," we sometimes call all of the 39 books by
that name.

The First Destruction of Jerusalem (Part 1)

THE FIRST DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM

I. The cup of Judah's iniquity was full. They had disregarded the conditions of the covenant which God had given them for the possession of the land. They had neglected His warnings which had come via His lesser judgments and the rebukes of the prophets. They had gone too far and there was now no remedy from the judgment which would befall them. 2CH 36:14-16.

A. Where God makes a conditional promise, He reserves the right to break His part of the agreement if the other party defaults from their obligations. NUM 14:30-34.

Separation and Withdrawal

SEPARATION AND WITHDRAWAL

I. Separation from acquaintances whose conversation or doctrine opposes Scripture is not optional.
A. There is a moral aspect to this. 1PE 4:1-4.
B. There is a doctrinal/theological aspect to this.
ROM 16:17; 2TH 3:6, 14-15; 1TI 6:3-5; 2TI 3:5.

II. The gospel calls God's people from diverse errors to singularity of purpose and unity of belief. MAR 1:15; ACT 17:30; 2CO 10:3-5.
A. No project or program accomplishes much where there are internal opposing forces at work. AMO 3:3; MAT 12:25.

Olivet Discourse (Part 2)

This is the conclusion of the two part message on the Olivet Discourse. The outline for this message can be found attached to part one.

Olivet Discourse

THE OLIVET DISCOURSE

A. The Olivet Discourse treats of two separate events.
1. The time of one event (the destruction of the temple and great tribulation in Judea) could be known and thus escape was possible.
2. The time of the other event (the coming of Christ and the end of the world) would be unknown and inescapable, thus demanding continual vigilance.
3. These two events are separated by a period referred to in LUK 21:24 as "...the times of the Gentiles..."
4. This is one place where Dr. Scofield neglected to find a gap.

Six Laws of This Present World

Pastor Jarrell discusses six laws governing the world system and the powers behind them and how Christians can and should live in the midst of it all.

Overview of Manuscript Evidence

Pastor Jarrell presents an overview of the manuscript evidence for the authenticity of the King James Bible and its underlying text, the Hebrew Masoretic and the Greek Textus Receptus. Powerful biblical evidence is presented for the preservation of God's word through these lines of text.