That We May Know Him – by Sabrina

This is a study put together and released on the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation, by Sabrina Barich:

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Mark Finley – Is Jesus Eternal?

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John 20:28 and Thomas

John 20:28 “And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and my God.”

Jehovah’s Witnesses like to explain this verse by distinguishing between Lord and God, as Jesus presumably looks first at Jesus, and then lifts up his eyes to God in heaven:

My Lord: Jesus

My God: God the Father (looking up to Heaven)

But the first part of the phrase states that “Thomas . . . said unto him”, which means Jesus. So Thomas called Jesus “God”. Jesus can, indeed, be called God based on His nature, and therefore based on His divinity – which is the nature and divinity of the Father (see esp. John 1:1-3). Continue reading “John 20:28 and Thomas”

Proverbs 8:22-30 Sermon Notes

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Proverbs 8:22-30 Sermon Notes

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The Significance of Jesus Sending the Holy Spirit After His Ascension


Can you please explain the significance of Jesus sending the Holy Spirit after His ascension? I’m not clear on why you find the tenses so important.

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Sabbath School Lesson for

Question: Adult Sabbath School Lesson for Thursday….
As the early Christians struggled to understand Jesus, they gradually put the evidence of the New Testament together. In the writings of Peter, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are distinct as indeed they are in the rest of the New Testament. Yet, at the same time, Jesus is portrayed as fully divine, as is the Holy Spirit. Over time, and after much discussion, the church developed the doctrine of the Trinity to explain as well as possible the divine mystery of the Godhead. Seventh-day Adventists include the doctrine of the Trinity as one of their 28 fundamental beliefs. Thus, we see in Peter a clear depiction of Jesus as not only the Messiah but as God Himself. (For example, Father/Son: 1 Pet. 1:3, 2 Pet. 1:17; Holy Spirit: 1 Pet. 1:12, 2 Pet. 1:21.) Continue reading “Sabbath School Lesson for”

The Son of God in the Bible Notes

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The Son of God in the Bible

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