Who is Melchizedek and why is he important. Read this article to find out more, which will help you to explain more about the priesthood and the law.
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Some people in the church still think they can commit these sins. Learn about them and repent today.
LIE #38: "Christianity is not a set of rules. If you follow rules, you're doing it wrong."
Should I carry guns to protect others? Is this the godly thing to do?
Many Evangelicals exalt those who fight for our nation. Is this godly?
Lie #25: "God wants us to arm ourselves with the weapons of this world."
If you are a bit confused about the judging scriptures, read this article that clarifies when to judge and judge not.
What did Jesus mean when He said "eat my flesh" and "drink my blood"?
Lie #10 "No one has ever kept the law." Are you believing this lie?
Are you convinced that you are meant to be an imperfect Christian? Please read how John squashes that concept.
"... a man is not justified by the works of the law..." Many Christians thinks this scripture means that works are no longer necessary after being saved.
What is this lie that is being shared throughout Christianity that “we will never be perfect,” “there is nothing for us to DO,” and what are these lies about what “legalism” is to hinder people from perfecting themselves? The word legalism is not in the Holy Bible. Legalism is defined in Merriam-Webster's Dictionary App as a “strict, literal, or excessive conformity to the law or to a religious or moral code
.” If that is the case, then Christians are legalists because the law, or commandments that we diligently adhere to, have not been done away with---as some would suggest---because we restrict ourselves from the freedom to sin, lest we die. The comparison of legalism to the hypocrites that Jesus rebuked, misleads many Christians into thinking that the hypocrite's hypocrisy was all about their strict adherence to the law and...