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Directions for Hating Sin

Direct. I. Labour to know God, and to be affected with his attributes, and always to live as in his sight.—No man can know sin perfectly, because no man can know God perfectly. You can no further know what sin is than you know what God is, whom you...

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10 Lost Tribes

<p>here are few mysteries so steeped in controversy today as that of "The 10 lost tribes of Israel." When people use this phrase, they are referring to the ten tribes that rebelled against the Kingly line of David and became the northern...

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Christians and Demons

From time to time teachings circulate through the body of Christ that are neither Scripturally nor historically held.  The Apostle Paul calls such unsound teaching "wind of doctrine (Ephesians 4:14)." Tragically, as these winds blow through...

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Seeing Our City

It has rightly been said that Europe is looked over by millions of travelers and overlooked by millions of believers. Such was not the case with Paul, who, on his third missionary journey, went to Europe not as a sight-seer, but as a...

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Praying in the Spirit

The fact that the disciples said, ‘Lord, teach us to pray,’ intrigues me — for there is no record of them ever saying, ‘Lord, teach us to preach,’ or, ‘Teach us to cast out demons,’ or, ‘Lord, teach us to work miracles,’ or, ‘Teach us to heal...

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Goats

GoatsStudies in the Scripturesby Arthur W. PinkJune, 1934 It is our steadily deepening conviction that the “goats” of Matthew 25:32, 33, 41-46 refer not to the openly wicked and profane, but to those who pose as the real children of God; that is,...

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SAMSON’S RIDDLE

SAMSON'S RIDDLEStudies in the Scripturesby Arthur W. PinkSeptember, 1938 “Out of the eater came forth meat, and out of the strong came forth sweetness” (Judg. 14:14). It does, at first sight, seem strange, after an announcement from Heaven of his...

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