Every word of Scripture is inspired of God, the product of His breath, and is absolutely true and “useful for doctrine, reproof, correction and instruction in righteousness.” The man of God is thus “furnished completely unto every good work” (2 Tim 3:16-17). As an example, look at the little word “TILL” or “UNTIL” which always


History records the time and place of the beginning of the various denominations. We are not particularly interested in these, for Jesus said: “Every plant which my heavenly Father has not planted will be rooted up” (Mt 15:13). Jesus said, “I will build my church” (Mt 16:18). We can identify His church by its date


Every word in the Bible is “God-breathed” and will never pass away or change: “My word shall never pass away” (Mt 5:18). We will be judged by the words of the Bible (Jn 12:48). Paul refered to scripture as “sacred writings which are able to make us wise unto salvation … Every scripture is inspired


The diagram you see here shows prepositions in Greek, the original language of the New Testament, inspired by the Holy Spirit of God (2 Tim 3:16). The correct word was always used in the original language. Prepositions are “words governing entrance into or directions and limits” (Thayer’s Greek-English Lexicon). Some do not know the truth


Solomon, possessor of God-given wisdom and writer of inspired wisdom, says: “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” (Proverbs 9:10). Regardless of how many letters you put after your name or how many schools you’ve graduated from, if you do not fear God and obey Him, you ain’t smart! Jeremiah wrote: “The


Church history is a vital part of the New Testament record. Acts 2 gives the beginning of the church when about 3,000 were baptized. The Lord added more daily as disciples continued in the apostles’ teaching, fellowship, the breaking of bread and in prayers (vs 38-47). The number soon came to over 5,000. The Holy


God designed the worship of the church (John 16:13). We read that Christians assembling on the first day of the week to commune with Jesus in the Lord’s supper ( Acts 20:7, I Cor 11). Paul preached. The church in Corinth brought gifts of money on the first day of the week (I Cor 16:1-2).


The book of Psalms is the most popular portion of the Bible for many. Its 150 chapters were written by David (about half of them), Solomon, Asaph, and a few others. The Holy Spirit inspired them all, as well as “all” other scriptures (2 Tim 3:16-17). The Psalms speak of many subjects, and is sometimes


“Every scripture is inspired of God” (2 Tim 3:16). All that is in the Bible is “Godbreathed,” is directly from His mouth. There is no other book like the Bible. All other books are from the mind of man. The books of the Old Testament and the books of the New Testament constitute what is


The Patriarchal age (4000 BC  to 1400′ BC); is sometimes called  the starlight age; the Mosaic age  (1400 BC to 33″ AD), the moonlight  age; and the Christian age (33 AD till  the end, the sunlight age) because  each period reveals increased  knowledge and revelation about God  and His will for mankind. , The, Christian