Monthly Archives: June 2021

Matters of Conscience

This entry is part 129 of 144 in the series Holiness Matters

There are many ways to deal with conflict. Most organizations have a manual that explains how to handle these situations. Because they are so volatile we have to have a plan before they happen, so we know what to do. … Continue reading

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Looking Like Jesus

This entry is part 128 of 144 in the series Holiness Matters

They say imitation is the greatest form of flattery. We have many celebrities people want to emulate. When you look at the Bible you find characters you want to be like. We notice certain characteristics about others and we want … Continue reading

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Spiritual Service

This entry is part 127 of 144 in the series Holiness Matters

Many Christians today seem to have an estranged relationship with the Holy Spirit. When we read the New Testament, and even the Old Testament, we see the Holy Spirit doing great things and ministering through Christians in amazing ways. But … Continue reading

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The Holy Assembly

This entry is part 126 of 144 in the series Holiness Matters

When I was in high school there were several clubs based on interests students could join. I was part of our Bible club while I was in high school. I enjoyed being part of it until I graduated. I was … Continue reading

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Cowboy Christianity

This entry is part 125 of 144 in the series Holiness Matters

American ideals reward the person who pulls himself up by his bootstraps. We are used to society based on individuals. We applaud those who don’t rely on anyone else but themselves. But this is a thoroughly unbiblical perspective. Especially when … Continue reading

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Serving the Lord

This entry is part 124 of 144 in the series Holiness Matters

The recent pandemic has practically crippled the workforce for restaurants and service industries. The service industry isn’t for everyone but they can’t even get back to people that used to work there. But this is a vital industry. We don’t … Continue reading

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Remember His Rest

This entry is part 123 of 144 in the series Holiness Matters

Everyone needs a vacation. Sometimes the vacation doesn’t go very well and we are anxious to return to our regular lives. But for the most part people love vacation. It gives them a time to relax, revitalize, and renew themselves. … Continue reading

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Changes to Divine Discourse

I want to thank you for being one of my readers, some of you since I started my blog here on Divine Discourse. I hope you have enjoyed the topics I have covered so far. Throughout the summer I plan … Continue reading

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Laying on of Hands

This entry is part 504 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Who is qualified to lay hands on others? What is the relevance of Mark 16:17-18? There may be certain traditions in some denominations as to which Christians can lay hands on other Christians, usually elders and pastors, but in the … Continue reading

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Jesus as Yahweh

This entry is part 503 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why would you say that Jesus is the Jehovah of the Old Testament if that is your belief? God revealed himself to the Israelites throughout the Old Testament. Most people would consider Yahweh to be God the Father in the … Continue reading

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