Monthly Archives: July 2013

“I Never Knew You”: Why Our God Doesn’t Know Part3

(Continued from Part 2)

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“I Never Knew You”: Why Our God Doesn’t Know Part 2

(Continued from Part 1)

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“I Never Knew You”: Why Our God Doesn’t Know Part 1

As a Christian believer it is vital to our faith to understand what God reveals about Himself in scripture. Faith that is double-minded, blind, or misplaced is not what God desires. This is the first in a series exploring the … Continue reading

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Would Our God Create Lucifer Knowing He Becomes Satan?

It is time to take a stab at answering some questions. Would our God with all-comprehensive, constant foreknowledge create Lucifer knowing He would become the devil? Can you know everything, have every kind of knowledge that there is to know and … Continue reading

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God Changes His Mind: Ezekiel’s Truth On Relationship

When I read Ezekiel 4:12-15, I see God laying out some very clear orders. I see Ezekiel protesting. I see God listening to Ezekiel and making an on-the-spot change in plans. Ezekiel wrote down what he experienced, and the experience … Continue reading

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