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Friday, 10 November 2017 09:06

Conscience, A New Testament Concept

Pastor Sheila R. Vitale has a new video entitled, Conscience, A New Testament Concept. It is available for viewing on YouTube.

 

Topics discussed in this video include: Righteous Law, Develop a Conscience, Tithing, and Morality.

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Wednesday, 08 November 2017 14:17

Sensitivity To Sin - 1

Someone requested prayer acknowledging that sometimes they have a self-righteous reaction to sin. There is such a thing as sensitivity to sin. For example, if we recognize unrighteousness manifesting in somebody, it can actually cause us pain. It causes me pain, and pain has a tendency to cause us to have an ungodly reaction.

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Wednesday, 08 November 2017 14:07

Sensitivity To Sin - 2

As I was praying for a lady in the congregation, someone else received a word of knowledge called jurisdiction. What that means to me is this, there really are legal courts in the realm of God's Spirit. There are courthouses and courtrooms where judgments and verdicts are handed down. 

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Tuesday, 05 September 2017 12:51

The Mystery Of Lot

Lot's wife, sons, daughters and sons-in-law, are not named, which means that they are unnamed (insignificant) close disciples that are considered to be a part of Lot’s family, or spiritual principles.

 

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Tuesday, 04 October 2016 12:34

The Sin Nature And The Carnal Mind (Q&A)

If we are born again, like Jesus told Nicodemus, should we not have a sin nature anymore? 

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