Tags archives: Baptisms

  • Good Morning Mike, I would like to just say I truly appreciate the love and wisdom the Father and His Son Jesus Christ is doing in your life and the lives of the members of iswasandwillbe. I was currently listening to Do You Want the Reality or the Shadow I think in Pe 2. You mentioned Luk 4:49, and... [read more]
  • Hi Mike,   When Revelation talks about them being poor, blind and naked does that mean they are poor in spirit and blind to his word, and they have no righteousness for spiritual clothing?   P____ Hi P____, You ask about Rev 3, and you are exactly right. Babylon actually believes that she... [read more]
  • Hi Mike! Thanks for everything. I have a question. In your article "The seven steps toward salvation" (posted March 2, 2004) you pointed out the various steps: One:  Putting blood on the doorpost. Two:  Taking us through the sea of Baptism. Three:  Being tried in the wilderness. Four:... [read more]
  • Hello the team. I enjoy" is, was and will be" very much; in fact I am reading and listening to "is, was and will be" the unknown character of Christ and his word almost daily. The question  I have concerns MENTAL ILLNESS.  Could you give some information on mental illness, t... [read more]
  • M____ wrote: Hi Mike, I pray this letter finds you blessed and at rest In Him.  I was thinking last night about the Parable of the Lost son (Prodigal) and the process of salvation as it relates to me (& all others).  For years I related to the elder son more so than the Prodi... [read more]
  • Audio Links Download Part 1 [audio:] M____ wrote: We are to desire the sincere milk of the word, and part of that milk is the doctrine of baptisms. You said in one of your papers that water baptism is something that is not neccesary. Please clarify. M____ Hi M____, I said water baptism was not ne... [read more]
  • Mike, I noticed on your article Law of moses vs. the law of the spirit that you have a major error. On the summary section there is a quote from Heb 5:6. I think you're referring to Heb 5:7. You quote it as saying "save him through (NOT FROM) death...." However, every translation I have looked at ha... [read more]