The Greater Exodus

The Greater Exodus, Not the Rapture! by Christine Egbert For two decades, while sitting in various congregations, I was taught that at any moment Christ could return to snatch away born-again believers, saving us from the coming tribulation. In many ways I found that Rapture doctrine comforting. After all, who

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Israel’s Secret Weapon

Israel’s Secret Weapon by Christine Egbert Forget, for now, that a nation, which had been destroyed for some 2,000 years, was reborn in a day, in 1948. Instead, ask yourself about an even greater miracle in my estimation: “How has Israel, since 1948, managed to survive?” Before I answer this,

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Restoration of All Things

Restoration of All Things! by Christine Egbert Since returning to the old paths, where Jeremiah 6:16 says the good way is, Scripture’s puzzle pieces have come together! Once jumbled passages of prophecy now form a unified picture. We are living in the days just before our Messiah returns. It’s a time

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Be Holy/ Dress Holy

by Christine Egbert Pastor Matthew has been focusing on holiness as we approach Shavuot, especially in our speech. But a couple of mornings ago, I woke up knowing the Lord wanted me to write a short article about holiness in our dress. So in keeping with the admonition of Titus

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Replacement Theology In the End of Days!

By Christine Egbert For those who’ve read the articles posted on this website, replacement theology should pose no mystery. In short, it’s the heresy which claims that the Christian Church (Roman Catholicism and her Protestant stepdaughters) have replaced Israel, but only with regard to God’s blessings. All curses, according to

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The Law of First Mention/ Clean & Unclean

The Law of First Mention/ Clean & Unclean by Christine Egbert In sound biblical exegesis, the Law of First Mention requires a Bible student to study that portion of Scripture where a principle or doctrine is first mentioned. That first occurrence  establishes the inherent meaning of that principle in an unchangeable pattern throughout the rest of

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Who Is The Church?

Who Is The Church? by Christine Egbert The first time I heard a preacher say, “The church is not a building. It’s the people,” I thought it was insightful, and it is. Only this insightful comment would’ve been totally unnecessary had ekklesia been translated correctly in the first place. Strong’s

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What Is The Moral Law?

What is the Moral Law? by Christine Egbert Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines “moral law” as: “a general rule of right living; especially such a rule, or group of rules, conceived as universal and unchanging, and has the sanction of God’s will, of conscience, of man’s moral nature, or of natural justice revealed

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