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One Spirit and One Body, Means

One Spirit and One Body, Means?

The apostle Paul states in 1 Corinthians 12:13 that the Corinthians had been baptized by one Spirit into one body. The singularity of both...
What does One Faith mean in Ephesians 4-5 - Why is faith so important

What does “One Faith” mean in Ephesians 4:5? Why is faith so important?

The text you cite lists faith among seven ones that help define our unity in Christ: one body, one Spirit, one hope, one Lord, one faith,...
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Is The Name Of Your Church Important?

  Courtesy: The Lamp Light Dot Net Drive down the street in America, and you'll see plenty of churches... and plenty of different names and doctrines...
We, Though Many, Are One Body in Christ

We, Though Many, Are One Body in Christ

Resource by: John Piper Scripture: Romans 12:1–8    Topic: The Church I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice,...
We Are One In The Spirit

We Are One In The Spirit

A popular worship song from many years ago began with the lyrics, "We are one in the Spirit, we are one in the Lord."  Perhaps you...
Agape Love

What Is Agape Love in the Bible?

By: Jack Zavada Agape love is selfless, sacrificial, unconditional love. It is the highest of the four types of love in the Bible. This Greek word, agápē (pronounced uh-GAH-pay), and...
For the Bride Set Before Him

For the Bride Set Before Him

THE SPLENDOR OF THE LOCAL CHURCH By Adam Mabry The smell of the place is what I remember most. That nearly universal odor of old church...
Origin of the Lord's Church

The Origin of the Lord’s Church

INTRODUCTION: Hundreds of churches in this world.  Are they all from God?  Are any from God? If not, where did they come from? Which...
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Why Believe Jesus Is God?

Courtesy: The Gospel Coalition Mika Edmondson points out how the eyewitness testimony of Gospel according to John affirms Jesus’s deity and paints a compelling picture...
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“One baptism”? The meaning of Ephesians 4:5

Courtesy: zondervan Ephesians 4:5 refers to the practice of water baptism and not solely to the experience of baptism in the Spirit. Water baptism was...
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