Salvation by Grace

Salvation by Grace before the World Began God ordained Salvation by grace before the world began. He also ordained eternal life for man before the world began. (2 Timothy 1:9) Moreover, He ordained that man be holy and blameless before God before the world began. (Ephesians 1:4) God's ways are holy, blameless, and right. (Psalm 77:13, Psalm 18:30, Hosea 14:9) In other words, before God created the world, He ordained eternal life for man, based on man walking in all…

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Nailed to the Cross

Nailed to the Cross and Taken Out of the Way Understanding what laws of God were nailed to the cross is critical to understanding much of what Paul had to say about the Law. It is also critical to understanding how to live by every word of God under the new covenant. The laws of the Lord are in the 10 Commandments, the book of the covenant, and the book of the law. Unless clearly indicated otherwise, live in the…

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Gods Will

Gods will for His People Do not be foolish, but understand what Gods will is. (Ephesians 5:17) Christ said, “Not all who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ is going to enter the kingdom of heaven. Instead,$ all who do the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter.” (Matthew 7:21) The will of the Lord is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect. (Romans 12:2) The Lords will is that by doing right, you may silence the…

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10 Commandments in Order

The 10 Commandments in Order from the Bible The 10 Commandments in order are recorded twice in the Bible. The first is in Exodus 20 and again in Deuteronomy 5. The two versions are almost identical. But there are differences, with the version in Deuteronomy being somewhat longer. This is because Deuteronomy is Moses’ retelling of the events that transpired 40 years earlier. However, one very significant difference is in the fourth commandment. Because the Exodus version begins with “Remember…

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Eternal Security

Eternal Security before Eternal Life is not Biblical Salvation by Baptism The Doctrine of eternal security advocates tend to mislead people about eternal life. Baptism is forever; it cannot be lost or undone. Therefore, the phrase “once saved always saved” should be “once baptized always baptized.” Baptism saves a person through the resurrection of Christ. (1 Peter 3:21) The blood of Christ caused God to pass over all past sins of the world. (Romans 3:25) Therefore, baptism saves a person…

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Can You Lose Your Salvation

Can You Lose Your Salvation by not Doing the will of God What is Eternal Salvation In order to answer the question can you lose your salvation we need to know what eternal salvation is. The popular phrase “once saved always saved” is a misnomer. This phrase can only apply to baptism. Baptism is forever; it cannot be lost or undone. The phrase should be “once baptized always baptized.” On the other hand, eternal salvation equals eternal life. Having been…

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Testimonies of God

Testimonies of God are Personal to Him The testimonies of God are also called the law of God, law of the Lord, and the Ten Commandments. The first thing the Bible teaches about them is they are testimony. However, it is extremely rare to read or hear about them as just testimony. However, it seems the Lord knew most people would see them only as law. Yet, even as the law of God, they still came from the mouth of…

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Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments of God The Lord spoke the 10 Commandments to the assembly at Mount Sinai. He also wrote them on two tablets of stone and gave them to Moses. There is also biblical evidence that the Decalogue have existed from the foundation of the world. Also, they are multi-faceted, in that they are 10 commandments, a covenant, law, and testimony. They occur two times in the Bible. In Exodus 20 and in Deuteronomy 10. There is no principle…

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The Way of Yah

The Way of Yah is His Will The Lord wants His people to keep the way of Yah by doing righteousness and justice. (Genesis 18:19) This is because His ways are everlasting just like He is. (Habakkuk 3:6) The Lord commanded Israel to obey His voice and walk in all the way that He commands them.’ (Jeremiah 7:23) Moreover, the Lord told Moses that the people he brought out of the land of Egypt quickly turned aside from the way…

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The Will of God

The Will of God Alpha and Omega Studying the Bible teaches us that sin is violating the will of God at any time. The bible also teaches us that Satan sinned from the beginning of the world. Furthermore, it goes on to say that where there is no law, there is no sin. (Romans 4:15) Therefore, if no law existed there could be no sin because there would be no law to break. In addition, no law means no one…

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