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7 minutes | Feb 22, 2018
Need More Wisdom? with Brandon Pollard
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30 minutes | Feb 8, 2018
Love Without A Grudge Pt. 1
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14 minutes | Jan 16, 2018
What does it mean to be Kings and Priests?
What does it mean to be kings and priests? Israel demanded a king. “Make us a king to judge us like all the nations” Scripture 1 Sam 8:6 Revelation 5:10 He has made us kings and priests to our God, and we shall reign on the earth. God designed us to desire to rule and reign on this earth. Gen 1 says we were created in his image. Fill the earth and subdue it. It is not a bad thing to want to rule and reign unless it is paired with selfishness. This is why we died with Jesus, we were crucified with Christ, no longer do I live but Christ within me. So that our selfish nature does not rule and reign any longer. So what does this mean to be kings and priests? We represent the king of kings in his image and nature: love. We are ambassadors for Christ, reconciling the world to God. His kingdom is expanding through us. Go into all the world and make disciples of all the nations. Matt 20:25 Matt 28:18 The post What does it mean to be Kings and Priests? appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
14 minutes | Jan 9, 2018
What does the Parable of the Vineyard Workers really mean?
Matt 20 Parable of the Vineyard Workers Meaning The landowner has favor on anyone who works in his vineyard. Regardless of how hard or long they’ve worked. Because salvation is not based on performance, but on the grace of God. Right = righteous Jesus is our reward, wage. All who enter the kingdom receive the same reward: Jesus Abraham: Genesis 15:1 KJVS  After these things the word of the Lord came unto Abram in a vision, saying, Fear not, Abram: I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward. You gain the free gift of righteousness regardless of how long you’ve been saved. Your value is the same regardless of time spent laboring. But if you want to be first in the kingdom you must love. Anyone can enter the kingdom. But to be great you must love. John 6:29 NIV  Jesus answered, “The work of God is this: to believe in the one he has sent.” Verse 16 is interpreted by the next parable as whoever wants to be first must become a slave in serving others. It’s not about when you enter the kingdom, or your works to be saved. But if you want to become great or first in his kingdom, you must become a servant/slave. His command is to lay our lives down for our brothers and sisters. To love one another. John 6:39-40 NIV  And this is the will of him who sent me, that I shall lose none of all those he has given me, but raise them up at the last day.  For my Father’s will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him shall have eternal life, and I will raise them up at the last day.” The post What does the Parable of the Vineyard Workers really mean? appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
12 minutes | Jan 2, 2018
Happy New Year Prophetic Words
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11 minutes | Dec 26, 2017
Blessings and the New Covenant
This week as I was contemplating Christmas and reading through Deuteronomy, I couldn’t help but notice the extravagant blessing God promised the Israelites if they obeyed Him. You know, in the culture we live in America, we tend to extravagantly bless our kids with stuff. And if we don’t have the means, we tend to feel bad for them that they didn’t get the newest gadget, video game system, iPhone or as much stuff as Johnny, his best friend, got. Like we have failed them in comparison with our friends because we didn’t spend $500 on toys. It’s good to want to bless our kids, but I do wonder how this relates to God. God is our Father and He loves to bless us. I wonder what kind of blessing is for us today. I mean if God proves his love by giving us tangible things, what about the Christians who don’t have much? Is it because they haven’t obeyed God? Is stuff a sign of obedience? Or today we may say, well, it’s a mindset. And yes, the gospel breaks off the poverty mindset, but I do have some concerns about assuming having stuff equals obedience to God. After really seeing “increase” in real estate, and now working in the church, it’s forced me to question all these physical blessings that we think are a sign of God’s favor on our lives. I mean, sure famous preachers can say they are blessed because they obeyed God. But that’s equivalent to an actor saying they are blessed because they obeyed God. The Old Covenant was about serving and loving God. If the Israelites served God and loved him with all their hearts, they would be blessed. Obedience brought blessing. It didn’t depend on inner transformation. Deut 5 shares the story of the Israelites at the mountain with Moses and God and essentially they said, “We are afraid if we hear God we will die. Moses, you talk to God, and tell us what to obey.” There’s no power in that. Sure they could muster up an outward obedience, and not murder their family, but what about inward? I wonder if this is where we have gotten it wrong in Christianity. We are still trying to live under the Old Covenant principles of doing good to be blessed. We are trying to obey God under the Old Covenant, mustering up enough obedience to be blessed, while also trying to be a good servant like Christ and have all the Spiritual blessings. We all want peace. We all want joy. We all want stuff. So as I think it through, and wrestle with this whole Christianity thing, didn’t Christ already do all that? He fulfilled the Old Covenant and was good for us. He brought peace to the world through his obedience. This is what we just celebrated Christmas for. Peace to earth goodwill toward man, right? So what’s the deal with the blessings of God? What Christianity is about is having a new heart. Becoming more like Christ to serve more people. The Old Covenant was an outer obedience and outer reward. What the Israelites didn’t want was a relationship. They only wanted rules. Christianity is an inner transformation resulting in outer service. It’s an inner transformation of love, and it bears fruit for an outer laying one’s life down. Christianity is all about relationship, not about rules. What if we’ve been duped into believing Christianity is about what I can get from God, instead of how can I be more like him. We somehow think money is a sign of God’s favor, when the sign was Jesus laid his life down, for us. He already proved his love by laying his life down. Now he asks us to do the same with the power of the Holy Spirit. It starts with your family. Is your spouse acting a fool? Lay your life down. Do they have annoying habits? Lay your life down. Then believers. Did a Christian do something that hurts? Forgive as you’ve been forgiven. Love the bride of Christ and serve others. The New Covenant, Christianity, is about us having a new heart to serve and love others. John 15:12 My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. The post Blessings and the New Covenant appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
10 minutes | Dec 19, 2017
Is God angry with you?
Is God angry with you? Good News: You are not guilty (even though…)! The first few years of working as a REALTOR, it seemed no matter how hard I tried, I couldn’t land a listing! My husband was working hard, but just starting a flooring business, and as you know it takes a while to get a business off the ground. We had 2 toddlers and a baby at home, so I was desperate to make something. Before the appointment, sitting in my car out front of their home, I’d beg the Lord wiping the tears from my face, “Jesus, please let me get this one. I really need it. Please God.” In the home, I’d take a look around, give them my advice, sit down to answer their questions, and the inevitable sentence would roll off their tongues, “Well, we need to think about it.” My heart broken and time wasted away from my kids, I would cry, “God why are you not blessing me?” The same story repeated itself countless times as I scored listing appointments, but couldn’t close the deal. (If you’ve ever been in sales, you can relate) I knew His promises, I read the Word every day! I even went to a faith Bible school! I’d declare His promises out loud and believed He wanted to bless me, so why wasn’t it working? Have you ever experienced this? The Israelites were wandering in the desert for 40 years. God was so angry with all their complaining and idol worship, they had to die in the wilderness without inheriting the promised land. Even Moses, who was the humblest man in the world didn’t get to inherit the promised land! I felt like I was an Israelite wandering in the desert knowing the promise of God but never entering the land! In my desperation to see the blessings of God, I wrote a song, “Let your Goodness pass before me” Get it on iTunes. So why can we expect the blessings of God when even Moses didn’t get to inherit the promise? What’s the difference? It’s the New Covenant! Guys, we are not Israelites under the Old Covenant! Under the Old Covenant, the Israelites had to obey to obtain the promises. They had to offer sacrifices for their sin to remove their guilt year after year. Under the New Covenant, we believe in Jesus and obtain the promises. God punished sin on the cross! Our guilt is washed away in the blood of Jesus. Jesus paid the debt of your sin, and God will never be angry with you again! Before understanding the new covenant, even though I knew the promise, I felt unworthy of the blessing of God. When I had listing appointments, I felt guilty for the sins I had committed and sabotaged any success headed my way. God wanted to bless me, but I couldn’t receive it. But when learning I have favor with God, not because I’ve been good, but because Jesus was good for me, Jesus lifted my chin up, and I began to get clients. Guys, you are worthy because Jesus paid the price for you! You are free of guilt from all the bad things you have done because Jesus has already cleansed you. Isaiah 54:9-10 Just as I swore in the time of Noah that I would never again let a flood cover the earth, so now I swear that I will never again be angry and punish you. For the mountains may move and the hills disappear, but even then my faithful love for you will remain. My covenant of blessing will never be broken, says the Lord, who has mercy on you. You do not have to walk around guilty of everything you’ve done wrong. God made a covenant that He would never be angry with you anymore! God knew we had a sin problem, and sent the answer by sending his wonderful son Jesus, born of a virgin, born lowly in a manger, to die on a cross for you and for me. He took our guilt and gave us peace. Because of Jesus, God will never be angry with you, and you qualify for the blessings of God because of Jesus’ behavior, not your own goodness. Dana Pollard The post Is God angry with you? appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
15 minutes | Dec 12, 2017
Blessings? Sometimes it feels like everything is going wrong!
Blessings? Sometimes it feels like everything is going wrong! Am I under a curse? In this podcast, I share why we are blessed under the New Covenant and what the actual blessing is. Believe it or not, blessings are not defined as how much money or stuff we have. Find what the blessing is by listening. The post Blessings? Sometimes it feels like everything is going wrong! appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
9 minutes | Dec 6, 2017
My failure and the sacrifice
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11 minutes | Nov 27, 2017
How to understand the basic Covenants of the Bible
How to understand the bible through covenants. Understanding the Whole Bible by Dr. Jonathan Welton In ancient culture, a covenant was between two parties, written out and was legal and binding. Then as the parties walked the covenant out, they would record the cannon, which was filled with history, art, music, poetry etc. What we have in scripture is five major covenants between God and mankind. Noahic Abrahamic Mosaic Davidic Jesus/New Covenant The Mosaic covenant began in Exodus 20 on Mt. Sinai. Prior to the Mosaic covenant, it is interesting to note that not one time does the Bible tell us what will make God wrathful. Sodom and Gomorrah and the flood were due to God being grieved at the wickedness of mankind. Sodom and Gomorrah was a response to justice to the cries and prayers of the people. With this in mind, Romans 4:15 makes sense. “the law brings wrath…” So as we read the Old Testament, we have to keep in mind the different covenants between God and the people. And as part of the New Covenant now, we have to know the entire bible does not apply to us. Otherwise, we couldn’t eat shrimp and bacon! The Mosaic Covenant was not written to us. We can learn from them, but they are not for us. This is imperative to understanding how to apply the Bible to our lives! In ancient times 3 main types of covenants were common: Grant covenant – greater and lesser party come into agreement. The greater party takes on all the obligations and the lesser simply received it. (Noahic, Abrahamic, Davidic, New Covenant) Kinship covenant – when two equal parties come together like a marriage. Both take on a small set of obligations. (Mosaic started out as this and later added the Vassal) Vassal Covenant – greater and lesser party come together based on the greater one’s ability to destroy to lesser. Instead of destroying them, they offer protection in exchange for collecting taxes, or slavery or other. The greater had all the power and the lesser had to fulfill a large number of obligations. The post How to understand the basic Covenants of the Bible appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
15 minutes | Nov 21, 2017
What’s My Part in the Kingdom?
What’s my part? What’s your part? What’s God’s part? When I first received the message of grace I was in such awe over the gospel. It was like getting born again, again! The passion for my salvation returned and I wanted to shout it from therooftopss! You see I had been a bipolar Christian riding an emotional roller coaster with Jesus since I was first saved. When I’d spend time with Jesus and put him first in my daily life, I was sky high with Jesus! But as soon as I failed, even a little bit, I wallowed in self pity, guilty and ashamed of myself. No matter how hard I tried, I just couldn’t be good enough. God’s expectations were just so high. I didn’t know why we were broke, when everyone else was so blessed. We were so broke, one morning, after my quiet time, I got up to pack a lunch for my kids, but realizing I didn’t even have crackers for them, I went back to my prayer closet and cried out on the floor for God to do a miracle. And He did! God put it on a couple of my friend’s hearts to buy groceries and filled my kitchen with Costco! But even though I knew God would provide for me, where was the promises of the windows of heaven being opened? People would tell me the secret to blessings was to seek God first and tithe in every area of my life. And I was doing that, for years! When would I have a break through? Why was it working for others and not me? So I kept trying. I kept trying to please God. I kept my 2-hour quiet time, but it only got worse. Still broke, with my marriage on the line, in desperation I went to a women’s bible study at church. They started teaching me about grace and would use this word, ‘righteousness’. So I buried my head in the book of Romans for six months with this one question for God, “Am I really righteous regardless of my behavior?” And pow! There it was, “Abraham believed God and was credited righteousness.” It was by faith and faith alone! He didn’t have to do anything to be righteous except believe! It was a free gift! This was my part: to believe! That’s it! I was so excited about this message of grace! Grace meant I was blessed regardless of my behavior, I was accepted regardless of my behavior, I’m already holy and forgiven and loved regardless of my behavior! Even if I didn’t tithed or ever gave a cent to the church, God’s blessing was available! My behavior had nothing to do with his favor on my life! Coming from believing I had to do something in order to be blessed, this rocked my world! I became a grace preacher everywhere I went! And then… As I meditated more and more on grace, I got bitter toward the church. Why didn’t you tell me about this wonderful grace? Why have I been trying to be good enough all these years? Why did you tell me I had to do all these things to be blessed? The hairs on the back of my head stood up in anger toward the church and the pastor. I couldn’t go to church anymore. Isolated from the church and mad at the pastor, I got depressed. The only prayer I could pray was, “God complete the good work you began in me. I have nothing left.” One day in bitterness, I was complaining again about the church and the leadership and heard Jesus wisper to me, “Dana, those people in the church, and the leadership, that’s my bride. And I love them. I love them with all their spots and blemishes and wrinkles.” It hit me like a ton of bricks. If I was forgiven of everything I had ever done and will do. Could I extend that same forgiveness to the church? Was it possible to stop complaining about others in the church? Was it possible to love when they were unlovely? Just like Jesus did for me? Could I walk in honor of the bride? Lay my life down for her? Even if they didn’t understand the grace I understood? If the bride is the glory of her husband, the church is the glory of Jesus. It is the one avenue Christ said he would reveal himself to the world. It is the one institution Jesus set up. All through the New Testament, Paul is building the church and putting it in order. He laid his life down for the church. Can we do the same? Is it possible to love the bride? Can we love without a grudge? Can we stop judging each other in the church? Jesus gave this one command to the church: John 13:34,35 A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. (NIV) I’m sorry if pastors and church people have hurt you. I’m sorry if your church is not perfect. Will you join with me today and make a decision to honor the bride of Christ? Will you love like Jesus loved? Will you lay your life down like Jesus laid his life down? What if the body of Christ embraced the church like Jesus, and loved her with all her imperfections? Would the world take notice and want to be a part of something so loving? A place of complete acceptance? Will you be the change we need in the church today? What’s God’s part? 2 Peter 1:3 & 4 as His divine power has given to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of Him who called us by glory and virtue, by which have been given to us exceedingly great and precious promises, that through these you may be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust. God has already done His part by providing a way for us to have a relationship with Him! He already proved His love for us! He already gave us the power of the Holy Spirit inside of us. What’s my part? I’m a Pastor, and It’s my job to equip the saints for the work of the ministry. What’s your part? To do the work of the ministry which is: to believe in Jesus Christ, to stand against the enemy’s lies and to love your brothers and sisters in Christ. If we only do these three things, it will advance the kingdom of God on this earth because every human desires acceptance, love, and to make a change in this world. Colossians 3:12-14 Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity. (NIV) John 6:29 Jesus answered, “The work of God is this: to believe in the one he has sent.” (NIV) The post What’s My Part in the Kingdom? appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
11 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
Joseph and Forgiveness
Joseph was like us. Many say he was a type and shadow of Jesus, and yes I can see that. But I can see even more that he was like us. Joseph had dreams, literally. God gave him dreams of his future. In his day, people gave more weight to dreams than today. Much like me at 17, he was arrogant, and his brothers hated him. In their own insecurity, they wanted to kill Joseph, but instead, they sold him for money. Joseph carried the favor of God on him. Well if he had so much favor than why did he end up in slavery, and in jail for so many years? Why were all those bad things happening? Have you ever wondered why so many bad things are happening to you? Ever questioned the favor of God on you? I believe Joseph spent a lot of time meditating on God and obtaining His wisdom. Gen 39:21 But the Lord was with Joseph in the prison and showed him his faithful love. You can tell He has a relationship with God by his response when Pharaoh retrieves him to interpret his dream. “I’m not the one who can tell you what your dream means, only God Almighty can do that.” He’s humbled by this point. When Joseph reveals who he is to his brothers, He says, “I am your brother whom you sold into slavery in Egypt. But don’t be upset, and don’t be angry with yourselves. God sent me here to preserve your lives. Joseph had all the power to pay his wicked brothers back and they knew it. They feared what would happen. They already felt God was punishing them. But instead, he forgave them. He received love from God, and extended it to his brothers. He loved them without a grudge. They didn’t deserve forgiveness. They didn’t even ask for forgiveness. Joseph offers forgiveness and says don’t be angry with themselves. Jesus said the only way the world will know He (Jesus) is real, is by our love for one another. Only when the church, the body of Christ comes into unity and love will they know God loves them too. When Joseph sends them home to get their father he says this, “Don’t quarrel about all this along the way.” He knew the nature of people is to complain and blame. Today, I believe Jesus is saying the same to us. “Please don’t quarrel, or complain or hold grudges.” He took all that for you. He forgave you, can you extend the same forgiveness? All your sins are wiped clean; can you wipe the slate clean for your loved ones? For your brothers and sisters, fathers, mothers, leaders, friends? The post Joseph and Forgiveness appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
14 minutes | Nov 7, 2017
3 Keys to Financial Abundance
3 Keys to Financial Abundance Several years ago, I was praying to the Lord, “Should I work or should I stay home with the kids?” I had been praying this prayer for years as I had my real estate license and sold homes from time to time. We were struggling financially and I wanted to help out, but also had kids at home, and I felt guilty for working. Always in a state of confusion, I never made much money until that day I finally heard God speak. He said, “Dana, it is for freedom that Christ has set you free. I was the one who gave women their freedom. I initiated the movement for women to have rights and work if they want to. You have the power to choose whether you want to work or not. If you work, I will bless you and you can buy those extra things you would like. If you don’t work, I still will provide all your needs. It’s your choice.” Feeling like I finally had God’s permission to be a working mom, I set out to rev up my real estate business! And it was incredible! God’s hand of favor in my life was unexplainable! Even my coach said, “Dana, this is not normal!” So what caused the favor of God’s abundance in my life? Well, I’ve thought long about this and would like to share some of the insights along the way. While this is not all encompassing of Jehovah Jireh, I’m hoping it can help you along the way. Below you will find 3 keys to financial abundance. We just finished Genesis 21-41, reading about Abraham and have landed at the story of him being tested to sacrifice his one and only son. As Abraham and Isaac are walking up the mountain, Isaac is like, “Um dad, where’s the sacrifice?” As he is carrying the wood on his back. Abraham just states, “God will provide.” When they get up to the top of the mountain and Abraham is about to slaughter his son, believing God has the ability to raise him from the dead if needed, God spoke to Abraham, “Don’t lay a hand on the boy!” And He provided a ram instead. Genesis 22:14 So Abraham called the name of that place, “The LORD will provide”; as it is said to this day, “On the mount of the LORD it shall be provided.” The word ‘provided’ is translated in Hebrew “Jehovah will see”. I find it interesting that it says to see, perceive or have vision. 3 Keys to Financial Abundance: #1 Seeing the provision. For me, the first step in abundance was seeing that God gave me a choice. He gave me free will. If I wanted abundant overflowing resources, he gave me the privilege and ability to work. Work is a blessing, not a curse! God gives you the power to gain wealth. Deuteronomy 8:17-18 You may say to yourself, “My power and the strength of my hands have produced this wealth for me.” But remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you the power to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant… He gives you the power to produce wealth. Work hard, and enjoy your work. Ask God to give you creative ideas, whether for your own business or as an employee. You have to put your hand to something. “I will bless whatever your hand touches” is throughout the bible. I asked the Lord this morning why so many struggle financially and I heard him say, “Because they don’t believe they have my favor. Or they don’t believe they are worth it.” #2 You have His favor! Believe you carry the very presence of God! I began to confess that I have the favor of God on my life. And whatever my hand touches prospers. As I began to believe I really did have God’s favor, my confidence grew and that made me a much better REALTOR! To be abundantly blessed financially means you choose to believe His blessing rests upon you and you have the power to gain wealth. If you are in Christ, you carry His favor! #3 You are worth it! You are worth a high wage! Even if you do not have a special trade, you are a learner and will put forth the effort to be an expert in something. You believe your value is high, your time is worth the trade. It’s ok to work for a high salary. Your time is valuable! The exchange of money for time is ok on this earth. You are worth it! Because you believe, you work hard. And then God somehow multiplies your hands beyond your ability. He puts his supernatural touch on it. And even though you worked your butt off, you still can’t take the credit! The post 3 Keys to Financial Abundance appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
16 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
God relates with mankind through covenants.
How does God relate with us? Through covenants. As a believer in Jesus Christ, I used to think the whole Bible applied to me. Now listen, I know the whole thing is the Word of God, but what if all these years I’ve read and applied it wrong? This is my 2nd time to read the entire Bible in a year, but the first time I read the whole thing, I thought every passage applied to me. I tried to apply the entire Bible to my life without consideration of who the passage was written to and in the context of history. So as we read through the Bible this time, I’m looking for some things. I’m looking for how God relates with mankind throughout history. And how does he relate to us today? We just started in Genesis, so there are a couple passages that stand out to me. First let’s talk about Adam and Eve, and the big picture of creation; the big purpose of God. Then let’s talk about Abraham and the first covenant revealed to us. In the beginning, at creation, God walked with Adam and Eve in the garden. Genesis 1:27-28 27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. 28 And God blessed them, and God said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. I believe this is the purpose of God for humans on the earth and it will never change: Humans were created for the image of God. The image is the essence of that which is represented. God is light and God is love. And it is interesting to me that Jesus said we are the light of the world and the only commandment he gave us under the new covenant is to love. God’s first action words spoken to them were: Be fruitful – This is still a symbol of Christianity. That we would bear much fruit. Multiply (to become great and numerous) Replenish (fill and take care of the earth) Subdue (take authority of the earth) Have Dominion (rule the earth) I find it interesting that after the fall, the great sin of Adam and Eve, God reveals himself progressively and through covenants. The first covenant we see God make with a man on the earth is with Noah. It was a Royal Grant covenant. It was an unconditional divine promise never to destroy the entire earth again with a flood. The covenant sign was a rainbow in the sky. The next covenant we see in Genesis is with Abram. Another Royal Grant covenant was established as a divine promise to bless Abram and give him land for his descendants. The scripture I find the most fascinating is Genesis 15:6. Abram believed the Lord, and he credited it to him as righteousness. God has established a new covenant. And anyone who shall call upon the name of the Lord, believe in Jesus Christ, he declares righteous by faith. So keep in mind as we read through the old testament, that not everything is written to us. We can glean from all scripture and learn from it, but we have to filter everything through the new covenant. The post God relates with mankind through covenants. appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
32 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
What are the 4 main end time views of the book of Revelation?
There are 4 main thoughts about the end times. Futurism, Historicism, Idealism, and Preterism. On this bible study my husband, Brandon Pollard, and I discuss the book of Revelation. For more details listen to Dr. Jonathan Welton. The post What are the 4 main end time views of the book of Revelation? appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
15 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
The greatest spiritual battle is love.
The greatest spiritual battle we can engage in is love. Love conquers all! Learning to walk in love will create a healthy environment for others to grow. The post The greatest spiritual battle is love. appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
16 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
What is the New Covenant?
As believers in Jesus, we are under the New Covenant. The Old Covenant is obsolete and done away with. Listen to learn more. The post What is the New Covenant? appeared first on Grace Bible Studies Online.
7 minutes | Oct 3, 2017
Seriously…the Holy Ghost Discount?
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16 minutes | Sep 26, 2017
Ministry of Life vs Ministry of Death
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12 minutes | Sep 19, 2017
Fruit of Righteousness
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