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Marriage: Is it a Bilateral or a Unilateral Covenant in the Bible?

There are two types of Covenants in the Bible: Bilateral and Unilateral (“Bi” or “Uni” count the number of promises between the parties) Bilateral comes from the word “Bi” meaning two. Like a bicycle. Unilateral comes from the word “Uni” … Continue reading

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The foolish doctrines of divorce and remarriage

I have noticed that the different Christian theories of “Divorce and Remarriage” sounds much like the Scientist trying to explain the “big bang theory.” It just sounds foolish in wisdom and circular in thought. Example: . 1. You can divorce … Continue reading

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Authority, Polygamy and Bride Price

History I wanted to write a few short paragraphs of what the Bible said about divorce and why this understanding was so hard and challenging for the Gentiles coming to faith in Jesus. Gentiles did not look through the eyes … Continue reading

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What does the Bible says about divorce?

History I wanted to write a few short paragraphs of what the Bible said about divorce and why this¬†understanding was so hard and challenging for the Gentiles coming to faith in Jesus. Gentiles did not look through the eyes of … Continue reading

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“I practice the things I hate!” Romans 7:19

Does Paul really live this self defeated life? Practicing the things he hates and unable to do the good that he wishes??? Or was his statement in 1 Cor. 4:4 closer to the truth… “4 For I know of nothing … Continue reading

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Behind every want is a “need”

When I worked at the gym the key was to find their “Achilles heal”. That one thing that drove them down to the gym to “try it out”. Now every purchase there will be both a “want” and a “need”. … Continue reading

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The bridge.

When trying to expose needs there always seems to be a bridge question close by. The greater the need the greater their weakness. The greater the weakness the more vulnerable the prospect is to the salesman.¬†Thus the prospect will try … Continue reading

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