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The Gospel of the Kingdom

The Gospel of the Kingdom

John R. Ecob DD To rightly divide the Word of Truth one must recognize the dispensations of Law and Grace. The Age of Law finished in Acts chapter 1 and the Age of the Church began in Acts chapter 2. The Church age will finish when the Church is Raptured and the 70th...

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The Beauty of Bethlehem

The Beauty of Bethlehem

In the days of Jesus, Bethlehem would have been a beautiful place as it is in the Hill country of Judea. It is 2550 feet above sea level and is between 5-6 miles from the city of Jerusalem. Today Bethlehem is not so beautiful. A number of years ago I personally...

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Cessation of the Sign Gifts

Cessation of the Sign Gifts

John R. Ecob D.D. The early church was blessed with gifts of the Spirit that were supernatural and therefore were called sign gifts. These included the gift of prophecy and the gift of languages called tongues. In the Old Testament God spoke to Israel by His prophets...

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86,400 Seconds

86,400 Seconds

by Vince Wall No matter who we are, rich or poor we are all given something in common that we can spend. Each of us has been given the gift of time. One author wrote, Time is a strange commodity we can’t save it, retrieve it, relive it, stretch it, borrow it, loan it,...

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A Fool’s Retirement

A Fool’s Retirement

Here is a sneak peak of an article written by Vince Wall, which appeared in the February 2019 Edition of The Herald of Hope Magazine: The Bible references both money and possessions over 2,300 times. In Luke chapter 12 we read the Parable of the Rich Fool. Jesus may...

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Don’t Waste Time

Don’t Waste Time

See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise. Redeeming the TIME because the days are evil. (Ephesians 5:16-17) No matter who we are, rich or poor we are all given something in common that we can spend. Each of us are given the gift of time. All of...

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Great Cities that Perished: The Testimony of the Six Cities

Great Cities that Perished: The Testimony of the Six Cities

The ruins at the city of Tyre in modern day Lebanon.   About the year 2010 a father asked me to speak to his son who was having difficulty believing that there was a God. My answer was very simple. The Bible. The Bible claims to be the words of the Living God and...

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Theologians Unexcited About The Coming Of Jesus

Theologians Unexcited About The Coming Of Jesus

When I read about the first coming of Jesus I see the apathy of the religious leaders to the arrival of their Messiah.  Men who knew the Scriptures were not living in anticipation of the Saviour coming to earth. In Matthew Chapter 2 when the Wise men came to Herod in...

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The Inspiration of the Bible

The Inspiration of the Bible

The Bible is a unique book. It is the oldest book ever written. Nothing comes even near the Bible for antiquity. The records kept and retained in the pages of the Bible go back 6000 years whereas the oldest religious book from pagan religions date to only about 800 BC...

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Who Built Nineveh?

Who Built Nineveh?

by John Ecob Nimrod...the beginning of his kingdom was Babel, and Erech...in the land of Shinar. Out of that land went forth Asshur, and builded Nineveh, and the city Rehoboth, and Calah, and Resen (Genesis 10:8-12). Modern versions state that Nimrod built Nineveh but...

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Married to God – Israel and the Church

Married to God – Israel and the Church

by John R Ecob It is important to understand what the Christian’s relationship is with God and also the relationship that God has with Jews and Gentiles. God is a Triune God; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit and there are specific relationships for Jews, Gentiles and the...

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The Temple at Shiloh

The Temple at Shiloh

by John R Ecob DD When the children of Israel conquered the land of Canaan, Joshua pitched the Tabernacle at Shiloh which was located about 15km north of Bethel and 30km north of Jerusalem. It was central to all the tribes (Joshua 18:1). The name means, tranquil or...

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