Monthly Archives: October 2012

Safe in the Father’s Hand

One of the teachings of Scripture which had been down played during the Middle Ages but was reemphasized during the Protestant Reformation was the assurance of salvation. It was a significant enough doctrine that Cardinal Bellarmine, (Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino, … Continue reading

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The Seeing Blind and the Blind Seers

Are you one who once was blind, but now can see? Or do you think that you can see, but really are blind? As Jesus heals the man born blind and then calls him to believe in him, he makes … Continue reading

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Displaying and Doing the Work of God

Have you noticed that sometimes people seem to assume that a person dealing with a handicap really can’t hear? The theological speculation of the disciples about the man born blind (John 9) ignores him and his need—but not so, Jesus! … Continue reading

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