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  • I don't think Jesus is correcting the Law of Moses when he said 'You have heard that it was said love your neighbors and hate your enemies.' The OT law commanded them to live at peace with their neighbors under Abraham's covenant, the father of our faith. I think Jesus is correcting Essene's teachi... [read more]
  • Hi Mike, I have been having some discussions with my bible study group and I can't agree with their explanation of these verses. 1Ti 4:1 Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; 1Ti 4:2 Spe... [read more]
  • Y____ wrote: Hello Mike, again thanks for all you do and your precious time . Just reading Exodus and reading theses verses (Exo 13:9 ) some connection came to mind with Revelation  . It seems to me that Exodus does shed some light on Revelation too, like you expressed in some of your writ... [read more]
  • A proper understanding of the law of God is the single most difficult thing for Christians to grasp. Mat 5:17 is one of the most misunderstood scriptures in all of the Bible. Mat 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. Everyone seem... [read more]
  • I don't think Jesus is correcting the Law of Moses when he said 'You have heard that it was said love your neighbors and hate your enemies.' The OT law commanded them to live at peace with their neighbors under Abraham's covenant, the father of our faith. I think Jesus is correcting Essene's teachi... [read more]
  • Dear Mike, Thank you very much for your well presented and uplifting message. The word of God flows and harmonizes when seen in the light of God's purpose and will. God is indeed sovereign in all things. It took me many days to go through your message, and I took many notes for myself. I was blesse... [read more]