Gary Amirault on June 22nd, 2011

Is God’s Will Necessarily the Church’s Will? Having been in several dozen denominational and non-denominational Christian churches, I have noticed something very peculiar I have been in once saved, always saved churches, and I have been in churches where a mustache on your face will send you to hell

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Gary Amirault on May 25th, 2011

Election Purpose of Election God has called a people in election, choosing them for a particular purpose To what purpose are the elect chosen For the God of the Universe is GOD, not god Election God All in all What a God

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Gary Amirault on May 10th, 2011

A Love Gem Except from “The Unselfishness of God and How I Discoverd It” by Hannah Whitall Smith, published by Fleming H. Revell Company, 1903. “On the fly leaf of my Bible I find the following words, taken from I know not where: This generation has rediscovered the unselfishness of God. If I were called […]

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Gary Amirault on May 9th, 2011

Universal Salvation and the Roman Catholic Church Some Roman Catholics are trying to make Pope John Paul II a heretic, others are trying to make him a saint. Should his body be fit for the eternal flaming fires of Roman Catholic sainthood or consigned to the flames the Roman Catholic Church once offered its heretics? […]

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Gary Amirault on May 6th, 2011

When considering the threatenings of the Bible, it must never be forgotten that they are always to be interpreted and understood in harmony with the great principles declared in the Scriptures, and more especially with the revealed character of God, and his promises to man. They must be so explained as to harmonize with the […]

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