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How to Become a Child of God - Pastor David

There are NOT many ways to become a Christian; there is just ONE way. A sinner may become a Christian in one day, in one hour, yea in a very few moments.

Christmas: True Timing of the Birth of the LORD - Pastor David

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Super Bible Facts, pt. 10 of 10 - Pastor David

We can never understand the Bible until we learn from the Word of God and by the Spirit of God that the Dispensation of the Grace of God, the Dispensation of the Mystery, did NOT begin with Peter and Pentecost, but with Saul after his name was changed to Paul. The realization and application of this most important truth, will cause us to begin to understand the truth of Ephesians 4:13-14.

Child of God and the Law of Moses, pt. 3of3 - Pastor David

The Fruit of the Spirit, which is to be manifested by the Child of God who walks in the Spirit, is the very same love, joy, meekness, temperance, long-suffering, gentleness and goodness, DEMANDED in the Sermon on the Mount. Galatians 5:22-23.

Child of God and the Law of Moses, pt.2of3 - Pastor David

Righteousness is the requirement of God and the need of the sinner to have the approval of God. When the sinner receives righteousness as a gift from God, he likewise receives God into his life in the person of the Holy Spirit, and he can therefore fulfill the righteousness of the Law of God by walking in the Spirit. Romans 8:4.

Super Bible Facts, pt. 9 of 10 - Pastor David

Ephesians 2:1-9 teaches that no Gentile did or could commit the unpardonable sin. Very important to understand! Learn more, watch the video

Super Bible Facts, pt. 8 of 10 - Pastor David

There is a difference between the Grace of God IN a dispensation and The Dispensation OF the Grace of God. Ephesians 3:1-3. Surely we should know the difference between a sinner praying for mercy and seeking salvation....and the Ministry of Reconciliation in 2 Corinthians 5:18-21, in which the LORD and His Ambassadors are seeking the sinner and beseeching him to be reconciled to God.