VS THE LIFE VS THE LIFE OF FAITH… Edward O’Hara Fri 7/31/2020 1:06 PM… Paul begins this chapter by showing this contrast by reminding the Philippians to “beware of dogs”. He then defines who these are saying they are “evil workers” who are “the concision”. Contrasting these who he says are “in the flesh” with those…

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Edward O’Hara Sat 6/27/2020 11:43 AM… Isaiah 53 is a prophecy of the events surrounding the crucifixion and the crucifixion itself. And the prophecy states that some who were there watching the suffering and crucifixion believed He was “stricken and smitten of God”.vs.3,4. Is that what you believe happened? They thought this was happening to Jesus…

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Edward O’Hara Mon 5/11/2020 10:05 PM… Today we continue in our study of Ephesians. We see in chapter2 vs.1 the life that Jesus’ defeat of death provides for us. To show us what this means Paul writes, “And you hath he quickened, who were dead in trespasses and sins”. To be “quickened” is to be…

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Edward O’Hara Sun 3/22/2020 6:07 PM… Have you ever heard something that as a Christian just shocked you? Even though you already knew there were some people that thought that way? Even though you thought you had heard it all before? There is something about the cavalier way things are said sometimes that just gives…

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Edward O’Hara Thu 1/2/2020 1:07 PM In my last article I showed that when Paul said sin is not imputed when there is no law, he meant exactly what he said. And how the religion of the cults is in such disagreement with Paul that they have believed exactly the opposite. Falsely teaching that Adam’s…

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Edward O’Hara Tue 12/31/2019 1:21 PM… In our last study we left off with the question; But, what about the people that God destroyed in the flood? Or at Sodom and Gemorah? Weren’t these punished by God for their sins? Isn’t that the imputation of sin? The short answer is no. Because there are a couple…

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Edward O’Hara Tue 12/31/2019 12:56 PM… When you read those words what comes to mind? Do you think it means that only sometimes sin is not imputed to them? Or maybe your thinking Paul really didn’t mean what he wrote the way it sounds because of course their sin was imputed to them, because you’re…

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