Ask any believer and he will tell you that he is saved by grace through faith; and that not of himself, it is a free gift of God; and not as a result of works, that he should boast (Ephesians 2:8-9). Though this may be true, I ask, what happened to the blood and the […]
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We read in Revelation 18, "Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the Great!" What is the Bible talking about when it is referring to Babylon the Great? We are going to take a closer look at Babylon because it has been such a mystery throughout the generations, and it seems to be a central focal point of the Revelation.
In the previous brochure we saw how Mystery Babylon and its religion began. Now let's go to the Book of Revelation and see just how this false religion will coexist with the antichrist.
The Tabernacle represents Yeshua (Jesus). The layout of the Tabernacle parallels the Biblical Feast Days.
1 Timothy 3:16 tells us, “And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory.” It sounds like Paul is telling us that we can find true godliness in the mystery of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah. How then can we be godly people practicing godliness in our lives?
Regarding godliness, if how we act in our faith is just as important as our faith, then faith and godliness go hand in hand. Peter tells us that we need to add to our faith.
Godliness is a road that we need to walk if we are believers in the Lord Yeshua/Jesus. It is a lifestyle that we need to adopt if we are going to be holy people, the people of God. It is a life of virtue and it is a walk following after the Holy Spirit, being obedient to the Word of God.
Paul instructs Timothy in 1 Timothy chapter 6 about godliness and false teachers.
Holiness through the eyes of worship in Spirit and in truth.
Holiness through the eyes of worship in our lives.