Pagan Influence and Demonic Doors A Bible Study by Eugene Prewitt Every now and again I meet an earnest Christian that is concerned regarding some relic of Paganism that has crept into his church or home. From neck ties to Easter bunnies, from Christmas trees to concrete pineapple statues, . . . Read more
Is it God or Satan or chance or global warming that sends bad weather? The Bible answers plainly. First, it is apparent that even the winds “obey” Jesus when He commands. In the midst of a storm that was threatening his disciples’ ship Jesus came to their rescue: . . . Read more
Jesus entered within the veil as our Savior. But where was that? And what does it mean?
How can I get to heaven and live forever? How can I be certain and yet avoid being self-deceived?
Thinking is an art and most people go about it like a toddler in a paint store.
Those that receive the Mark don’t keep the commandments. Rev 14:9-12. Those that receive the Seal of God do. Rev. 12:17.
The Faculty of Imagination A study by Eugene Prewitt Introduction The faculty of “imagination” is one that is often enslaved, enfeebled, corrupted, or otherwise poorly developed. In the two volumes of Mind, Character and Personality we find an entire chapter (pp. 587-595) devoted to the topic and titled, aptly, “Imagination.” . . . Read more
If you put the 1335 in the future then you put the unsealing of Daniel in the future and immediately discredit your own interpretation.
In Elijah’s day there were 7,000 members of the Remnant, and Elijah wasn’t aware of any of them other than himself. Interesting.
Ballenger wrote a book against the doctrine of the sanctuary. This article is a response to his key arguments, arguments echoed to this day by new opponents of the truth.