1 John

THE WAY OF CAIN: REJECTING GOD’S TESTIMONY AND HATING THE JUSTIFIED

Way of Cain: Understanding the Rejection of God’s Testimony and Hatred for the Justified. Discover the deep-seated resentment towards faith in the blood of Christ and refusal to acknowledge God’s justification method. Unveil the spirit of antichrist in those who reject the gospel message and persecute believers. Learn how the way of Cain leads to a double fall and a rejection of God’s testimony concerning His Son.

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Hebrews Msg 30 – Our Food Hidden Within the Veil

Distinguishing between milk and meat is a matter of handling things that are unseen and being willing to bear the reproach of those who ridicule it as foolishness.

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“Conceiving of a Love, High Priesthood, and Sacrifice in Hebrews”

Exploring the the complexity and significance of the high priesthood of Christ. Discusses the everlasting covenant, the ingredients of Christ's high priesthood, and the value of human life in God's eyes. The outline also touches on the concept of a corporate entity and the concept of a love and sacrifice without reference to sin. Encourages

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What did Jesus mean when he said “He who loves me will keep my commandments”?

Learn about the meaning behind Jesus’ statement “He who loves me will keep my commandments” and the new commandment in 1 John. The new commandment is not an outward demand, but something installed in us through Christ Himself as the Eternal life. Loving the brethren is the same as believing the Gospel, and our practical love towards the body of Christ is evidence of Christ in us. Keeping Jesus’ commandments involves believing in Him, loving one another in a practical way, holding fast to the doctrine of Christ, and not being moved away from it. Explore this topic further on the Christ Our Righteousness hub.

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What is the “new commandment” that John talks about in his epistles?

Learn about Satan’s opposition to God’s plan for forgiveness and justification in the book of John’s epistles. Satan accuses us and cries out for judgment, but through Christ, we can find freedom in righteousness. Discover how Satan believes it is not just or righteous for God to forgive mankind and opposes God’s method of forgiving and justifying sinners. Trust in God’s plan and find true freedom in Christ. Keywords include assurance of salvation, bondage, Christ, condemnation, freedom in Christ, and righteousness.

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