Jesus answered him, "Very truly, I tell you, no one can see the kingdom of God without being born from above." - John 3:3
I think this is so important in helping a believer to determine the authenticity of their Christianity.
Ask yourself, Has God re-birthed me in Spirit? A supernatural rebirth serves to distinguish God's true children from the mere religious. The regeneration is just the beginning, but make sure you started there.
Decoding Nicea is the true story of the Council of Nicea as told by those who participated in it. Forget the myths and Dan Brown's fabricated story, Paul Pavao will show you the sources, documents, an…
The early Christians argue that the laws of Leviticus were added because of transgression and that God never wanted those sacrifices. These quotes address that topic. I am learning from these quotes a…
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