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Gospel 2 Romans 1 v 18 – 32 The swelling up of the settled anger of God

Paul stated the theme of his letter to Christians in Rome in Chapter 1 v 15 – 17: The good news is the power of God That brings deliverance to everyone who believes     Because in the good news – … Continue reading

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Gospel – 1 – Romans 1 v 1 – 17 The Judicial approval of God

Back in the 1960’s, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones was a very popular preacher and author. He gave a great piece of advice that has remained with me since the early 1970’s. It was almost certainly in one of his commentary series … Continue reading

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The Gospel – Introduction – The period up to the Apostles

Let me consolidate some of the themes that we have seen in the Old Testament and gospels as I have presented them in earlier posts. God created the earth and it was ‘very good’. The creation of human beings in … Continue reading

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Book – God’s Plan for the World

In this book author Robert Laynton takes an overview of what scripture has to say about God’s Plan of restoration, renewal and reconciliation and in the process considers what it means for each and every one of us – whether we are Christian or not. Continue reading

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Covenant Law and God’s Promises

When God gave His Covenant Law at Sinai to the ‘children of Israel’ through Moses, did God’s Covenant of Law nullify or render useless God’s earlier Covenant and promises that God had made to Abram and his fleshly descendants through Isaac? Was God’s Covenant with Abram superseded or made of no effect? Continue reading

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Equality, Differences and Levelling

Equality between Jews and Gentiles, (Greeks or non-Jews), in terms of the gospel and entrance to membership of the Kingdom does not mean that Jews and Gentiles are therefore the same. They are different. They are each coming to God from different places. Although there is no difference between Jew and Gentile in terms of the offer of the gospel, there are nevertheless very real differences between Jews and Gentiles at this present time. These differences do not mean that Jews are ‘superior’ to Gentiles, or that Gentiles are ‘superior’ to Jews because the power of sin levels out these two groups to a position of equality in terms of the gospel. Continue reading

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