Author Archive Quits Sabio

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Slave of Christ

As we go through the epistle of Paul to the churches at Galatia, we come now to the body of the letter. We already saw from both the salutation and the occasion of the letter the three main themes that he will expound in the rest of the letter. Read More

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No other Gospel

Most of the time Paul opens his letters with the “Grace to you” formula and some thanksgiving to God for his readers, specially for their support in the advancement of the gospel Read More

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Paul an Apostle sent from God

One of my favourite stories from the late Dr. R.C. Sproul Sr. is an illustration from his childhood experience that demonstrates the importance of knowing the source or origin of the Scripture. Read More

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The Secret of Being Content

“THE APOSTLE Paul was a very learned man, but not the least among his manifold acquisitions in science was this — he had learned to be content. Such learning is far better than much that is acquired in the schools.” – C.H. Spurgeon

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Standing Firm in the Lord

The first thing we must do as we deal with our passage in Philippians 4:1-9 is to ask the question what is being joined together by the conjunction “therefore” or “so then” in verse 1. Read More

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Pressing on to Attain the Prize

One of the most theologically rich and at the same time practically helpful passage in scriptures is Philippians 3:12-21. The reason I say this is because it shows how we should conduct our lives as Christians, Read More

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