Why is God Saving Gentiles Today?

Today, for various reasons, many Gentile believers ask, “Is God saving Jews today?” But precisely the opposite question was asked in the first century (cf. Acts 15) by Jewish believers: “Is God saving Gentiles today?” Why has God saved so many Gentiles during the past...

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Jews, Gentiles, Christians

According to 1 Corinthians 10:32, in New Testament times we can divide the world’s population into three groups, namely Jews, Gentiles and Christians. But who is a Jew, who is a Gentile and who are Christians? How can one Biblically define a Jew? These matters are...

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The Modern State of Israel in Bible Prophecy

We have already covered the remnant of Israel and today we focus on the different views that exist as to the modern state of Israel in Bible prophecy. First we discuss five different views and then we consider what the Bible teaches us about two worldwide gatherings...

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The Remnant of Israel: Past, Present and Future

Recently we investigated the relationship between the Church and the Jews and today we focus on the topic of the doctrine of the remnant of Israel. We investigate the ramifications of this doctrine as well as the development of this doctrine in categories of time,...

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The Church and the Jews

The relationship between the Church and the Jews is a topic which is much debated. Today we focus on this relationship as we seek Biblical answers to the following questions: What is the relationship between the Church and the Jews? What five specific things has the...

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The Prayer in Daniel 9

We have been discussing various aspects of prayer and today we focus on the well-known prayer in Daniel 9. Daniel 9 is well-known, but not because of the first 23 verses of this chapter. And yet, this prayer by one of the wisest and godliest men who has ever lived...

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The Model Prayer in Matthew 6

Jesus highlights principles in Matthew 6 regarding charitable acts, fasting and, in particular, prayer. If Jesus exhorts his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount to live righteous lives in view of the coming kingdom, how then should his disciples pray? . . . Two...

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The Components and Contents of Prayer

We have already discussed three types of prayer, the basic principles of prayer, as well as the subjective and objective conditions of prayer. Today we focus on the content and components of prayer. . . .The Bible is not silent about the components of our prayers and...

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The Objective Conditions of Prayer

Following our recent discussion of the subjective conditions of prayer, today we focus on the objective conditions of prayer. We have already discussed the basic principles of prayer and the three types of prayer. . . .If certain subjective conditions of prayer exist...

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The Subjective Conditions of Prayer

We have already discussed the basic principles of prayer and the three types of prayer. Today we focus on the subjective conditions of prayer. . . . Biblical prayers are conditional, either explicitly or implicitly. For example, Jesus taught at least three conditions...

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Three Types of Prayer

We have already discussed the basic principles of prayer and today we focus on the three types of prayer, namely private prayer, public prayer and eschatological prayers. We also mention the 'ten most unwanted public prayers' that should be avoided. . . . Private...

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The Principles of Prayer

How can prayer be defined? Why do we pray and what is the purpose of prayer? Is there a specific time we should pray or a specific posture when we pray? These and many other questions about prayer are discussed as we consider this important topic. . . . The Definition...

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