Monthly Archives: October 2016

The Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) – Wikipedia Extracts

Originally from here. The Anglican Church in North America was founded by Anglicans who had left the Anglican Church of Canada and the Episcopal Church in the United States over concerns that the teaching of those churches had grown more … Continue reading

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The Antichrist and the Rapture – John Boruff

2 Thessalonians 2; Revelation 20. For a post-tribulation view of the end times, see Robert Gundry’s The Church and the Tribulation and First the Antichrist.

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My Deliverer – John Boruff

Cover of Rich Mullins’ “My Deliverer” from The Jesus Record. [Capo 5th fret] Am F C Joseph took his wife and her child and they went to Africa F Am E To escape the rage of a deadly king Am … Continue reading

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Yahweh (David Ruis Cover) – John Boruff

This is a cover of the Vineyard song by David Ruis “Yahweh.” Because of all the B chords, this sounds better if played with a classical guitar. E       B Yahweh, Yahweh F#m7                   Em      B Ancient One yet you’re here today E              … Continue reading

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The Atheist Delusion – Living Waters

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What Does It Mean to Be Chastened? How Does God Chasten Us? – GotQuestions.org

Originally from here. Question: “What does it mean to be chastened? How does God chasten us?” Answer: Hebrews 12:6 says, “For whom the Lord loves he chastens, and scourges every son whom he receives” (KJV). Another word for “chasten” is … Continue reading

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Why “Anything Goes” Is Dangerous – Jonathan Morrow

Originally from here. Having an “Anything Goes” viewpoint is dangerous. Why? Because it allows people to live with the illusion that they can do whatever they want without consequences. That they solely determine what is right and wrong…good or evil. … Continue reading

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