Author Archives: Tim

Greek Root Word eimi

It is important to check root words when looking into the Greek behind a word in Scripture. Any time one looks into the Greek it becomes a continuing study. In the Greek, Christ was claiming to be Yahweh God when … Continue reading

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Elders at the Gate

There is nothing new under the sun. The nation of Israel had just left Egypt. This was the first time that Israel was more than one family and also not under the rule of a foreign government. Moses could not … Continue reading

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New Covenant Sabbath

Christ died. The new covenant is now in effect. Scripture is always very precise in it’s wording. Luke 23:56 says, “On the Sabbath they rested according to the commandment.” If the Sabbath was no longer a part of the new … Continue reading

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The Not So Lost Tribes of Israel

“They were peopled by descendants of the Hebrew Race.” Ptolemy on the Western Isles of Britain and Ireland. Ireland’s ancient name, Ibernia, meant new land of the Hebrews. The word British means man of the covenant. “…wherefore there are but … Continue reading

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Wash the Sin Away

Let’s look at the example of Moses and Israel before the mountain after leaving Egypt. God proposed marriage to the people. When the people returned the answer of Exodus 19:8 “All that Yahweh has spoken we will do.” Yahweh God … Continue reading

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Instrumental Music

Some churches teach that the musical instrument was never used during the early years of the church. They use two scriptures that they believe promote this idea. The Greek text is very important in this matter. You can look up … Continue reading

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Adoption of Sons

The English word Adoption is found five times in the New Testament in Romans 8:15, 8:23, 9:4, Galatians 4:5 and Ephesians 1:5. However the Greek word for adoption is not in the New Testament. What is found is a word … Continue reading

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Separated Only (as in still married)

In Matthew 19:9 and Mark 10:11-12 replace the word divorce with “separated” or “separates from” (as in still married) for the correct meaning from the Greek text. Mark 10:11-12 “He said to them, “Whoever separates from his wife, and marries … Continue reading

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First of Sabbaths

The phrase “First Day of the Week” should not be found in new testament. It is not in the Greek. In the Greek text what is found is “mia ton Sabbaton”, “First of Sabbaths”. Here is Matthew 28:1 with Strong’s … Continue reading

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No Dualism

Christianity is not dualistic. It’s not faith vs works An active faith leads one to do good works. It’s not Law vs grace, but law with grace as grace can not exist with out Law. It’s not flesh vs spirit. … Continue reading

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