• draw close to Jehovah
    , constitutes an unforgivable sin.—Mark 3:29. 14 Why Jehovah’s Holiness Draws Us to Him It is not hard to see, then, why the Bible makes a connection between the holiness of God and godly fear on the part of man. For example, Psalm 99:3 reads: “Let them laud your name. Great and fear-inspiring, holy...
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  • Ot Books of Bible Summary
    was written at about 930 B.C. Key personalities include Eli, Hannah, Samuel, Saul, Jonathan, and David. It was written to show Israel how they should chose a king but in the process, they ignored and abandoned God. The Israelites select, who they believe, will be a great king and Samuel anoints Saul...
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  • A Glimpse at the Heart of God
    great promises and remarkable blessings from the hand of God. But, greatest of all, David became a man after God’s Own heart. Ordinary People Throughout scripture God had a habit of using people that were disqualified by man standards but God always see the best in us when everyone else sees...
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  • Biblical Models of Servant Leadership
    try to do God’s will their own way. Most of the time desiring to carry out the will of God, eager to do great things for God, the leader often forces a situation that easily leads to personal and or corporate disaster.[8] Some of these pastors work to become highly qualified in their field of...
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  • Exegetical Paper
    of the house of your servant and this decree, Sovereign Lord, is for a mere human!” 2 Samuel 7:18-19. David’s response shows his complete humility to God, which makes him a great leader. The Bible tells us that God uses ordinary people like David, to do extraordinary things! Because of this, like...
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  • Building a Godly Atmosphere for Childrearing
    known by the badge of love. Love ought to permeate the home. Love, respect, and honor toward one another ought to be the badge of our home. This coupled with godly direction, biblical discipline and obedience to the Word of God will set the stage for a godly atmosphere. It is interesting that the...
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  • James
    do we gain godly wisdom as described in James 1:5-6? This study will discuss what James describes true wisdom to be, why it’s needed, and the benefit of having wisdom that comes from God. True Wisdom In chapter 1 verse 5, James addresses how to ask and receive wisdom from God. In this verse James...
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  • Intertestamental Period
    the many teachings of Jesus that were based on or around the misguided actions and teachings of the Pharisees. Herod the Great was a local ruler in Palestine, ruling under the authority of Rome. Perhaps because he was the first leader of non-Jewish background, Herod appears to have a kind of...
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  • Minister
    *** it-1 p. 971 Godly Devotion *** GODLY DEVOTION Reverence, worship, and service to God, with loyalty to his universal sovereignty. The Scriptures use the Greek word eu·se′bei·a and related adjective, adverb, and verb forms. The noun as used in the Bible may be translated literally as “well...
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  • Research Paper
    , and I adapt myself to him, so that even if he does not obey the Word of God, he is being won over NOT by discussion, but by my godly life, when he observes the pure and modest way in which I conduct myself, together with my reverence for him. I feel for him all that reverence includes—respect...
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  • Notes on 1 Chronicles
    background for what follows concerning David. What made David the great king he was? The writer showed that it was his attitude toward God that expressed itself in his attitude toward the temple. David's care for the ark (a symbol of God's grace) and his desire to build the temple (a symbol of...
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  • Studies in The Prophets
    for the great blessings which they have received from God (Micah 6:1-5), and teaches them that the Lord does not require outward sacrifices to appease His wrath, but righteousness, love, and humbly walking with God (Micah 6:6-8).”53 Bullock also aptly explains the three things that God...
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  • Mentoring in the Local Church
    confirmed this call with the budding of his rod, which also bore fruit. In (Heb. 5:1-9) we read that Christ was called and appointed by God to the priesthood in the order of Melchisedek King David, ‘’a man after Gods own heart’’ (Is. 55:3-4; Ps. 78:70-72) King David was called to be God’s witness, a...
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  • Analysis of the Gift of Faith in Church Growth
    correlation between success in church planting and carrying out the explicit objectives of the Great Commission. When a young man exercises faith in God by applying the exact steps of the Great Commission (1. winning souls, 2. baptizing them into a church, and 3. teaching them the Bible); they are...
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  • paper
    against the death penalty speaking across the United States and in Europe. In addition to this, Kerry Max Cook has become a teacher, a role and a leader for his kids across the world teaching overcoming adversity.”(Wikipedia.org/Kerry Max Cook) I believe that this is a good example that a death penalty...
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  • The Story of How God Developed His People
    man as Adam had bitten into the forbidden fruit in the Garden. Now it would always be a part of fallen human nature. In fact, Noah’s great grandson became a leader of the people best known for their rebellious attitude against God. His actions led to the dispersion of the people at the tower of...
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  • Ethics and Leadership
    wholesale injustice would never have been permitted or perpetuated by Godly leaders. It was a great breach of trust and Gods moral and ethic standards, who created all people equal and in his own image. In the ensuing struggles to end slave trade and independence many Ugandans lost their lives, properties...
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  • The Bible Version Controversy
    and phrases. Consider this familiar passage from Luke 1:26-31: In the sixth month, the angel Gavri'el was sent by God to a city in the Galil called Natzeret, to a virgin engaged to a man named Yosef, of the house of David; the virgin's name was Miryam. Approaching her, the angel said...
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  • Personality Temperament Test
    forgetfulness of the sanguine and the stubborn casuistry of the choleric, he many not have a very active conscience. Consequently, he tends to justify his actions. This man, like any other temperament, needs to be filled daily with the Holy Spirit and the Word of God. Simon Peter, the self-appointed leader...
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  • 1st Samuel Quiz Questions Advanced
    _____. A. bronze B. gold C. iron D. ivory 4. Goliath challenged the ranks of Israel to choose a man to fight. The people of the loser would become the _____ of the people of the winner. A. subjects C. priests B. laughingstock D. leaders 5. Goliath said, "This day I defy _____." A. Saul B. David C...
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