If this was purely the dream of the man, called “Paul,” then he could write novels or dramas such as no Dickens or Shakespeare ever approximated. But it was not the dream of Paul; it was the dream of the Father God. Ephesians 2:15-16, “That he might create in himself of the two one new… Read More »
The saints are both “in Ephesus” and “in Christ Jesus”; in two positions or places at the one time.
“I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made perfect in me” (John 17:23 KJV). The Spirit becomes a personal possession — personal to each believer. This could never be true of a relationship to Jesus. He was an historical person, who was born, lived, spoke, wrought, moved about, in places definitely… Read More »
The Pauline Epistles must ever stand as the work of a super-genius or a divine revelation. They reveal what happened on the cross and what followed during the three days and three nights until the Man was raised from the dead. One cannot grasp the great Substitutionary fact in the four Gospels. Neither can we… Read More »
The Apostle Paul said his purpose and destiny was to preach Christ; warning all men and to teaching all men in all wisdom in order to present every man mature in Christ. His duty was to present Christ as our hope of salvation and of maturing in glory as well. Paul proclaimed in Scripture, “The… Read More »