Tag: R.P. Amos

Discipleship and the Church: A new way for a new day (A guest-post by R.P. Amos)

While our Lord was on earth we read of “His disciples”. A disciple is one who learns from and follows his master’s ways. The 12 disciples had one teacher to disciple them: Jesus on earth. But the early Christians did not have Jesus on earth to teach them. What they had was a plurality of […]

Guest-post by R.P. Amos: In light of World Political Events . . . A Vital Reminder

SOMEONE HIGHER THAN POLITICS “The most High ruleth in the kingdom of men, and giveth it to whomsoever he will, and setteth up over it the basest of men” – “The powers that be are ordained of God” Daniel 4:17 / Rom. 13.1 Nebuchadnezzar – A dictator monarch  “whom he would he slew; and whom he […]

Guest-post by R.P. Amos: Inclusive Diversity Or Exclusive Singularity – Which is of God?

The Bible answer would be both. But it depends on the setting. For example, most are inclusive of a diversity of food from potatoes to potluck but they are exclusive of eating garbage. Most include a variety of friends for their children but would exclude criminals. There are three major areas in which God operates: […]

Guest Post by R.P. Amos

CHRIST IN THE SCRIPTURES “He expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself”   Old Testament – He’s coming                           Isa. 9:6 / Dan. 7:13-14 / 9:25 Gospels –              He comes                                Matt. 1:18-23 / 27:50 Acts –               […]

Guest post from R.P. Amos: "What God Looks for in a Local Church"

When talking about a local church many will mention its “worship music”, or youth group, or dynamic preacher that leaves them inspired. Some will highlight the liturgy that emits holy feelings, or how their needs are met, or that they feel happy there. Others will focus on friendly care for the hurting or big numbers […]

Guest post from R.P. Amos: “What God Looks for in a Local Church”

When talking about a local church many will mention its “worship music”, or youth group, or dynamic preacher that leaves them inspired. Some will highlight the liturgy that emits holy feelings, or how their needs are met, or that they feel happy there. Others will focus on friendly care for the hurting or big numbers […]

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