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Answer: Although both Faith and Hope are functions of the "Psyche," Hope carries with it an emotional sense of "Joyful Expectation;" whereas Faith carries with it a rational sense of Certain Expectation. Luke 23:8, NASB - Now when Herod saw Jesus, he was exceedingly glad; for he had desired for a long time to see Him, because he had heard many ...


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Speaking strictly from a Biblical perspective... The world has adopted the word 'faith' to speak of other things. Strictly speaking, from what follows, only a Christian can have 'faith'. Some people would have difference of opinion. The following is from a general Word of Faith background, stemming from a study of the words in Greek and the apparent ...


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Just back up a verse: 21 In the Law it is written, "BY MEN OF STRANGE TONGUES AND BY THE LIPS OF STRANGERS I WILL SPEAK TO THIS PEOPLE, AND EVEN SO THEY WILL NOT LISTEN TO ME," says the Lord. That's a quote from Isaiah 28 (which is addressed to drunken, immature judges, priests and prophets): 11 For with mocking lips and a foreign tongue he will ...


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Have you ever noticed how when folks are in a certain season, that season, and the prominent themes of that season tend to infiltrate their thoughts and speech? The book of I Corinthians is peppered with thoughts of the Spring festivals of YHWH and those in order as well! Paul wrote to the Corinthians in the context of these spring feasts and I believe, in ...


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Paul is not defining a cult here, he simply cannot be in the larger context. It would be eisegesis for those who say he is and not exegesis, we must let the text speak. He is clearly speaking to "the church of God, which is at Corinth" (1:2) and, if a cult, then he is saying that a cult is the church, which shatters the modern notion of it. No, he is ...



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