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At Island Brow Blog you will find more articles of exposition, as well as recommendations for quality Christian books.

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  1. Freedom

    by , March 1st, 2018 at 09:37 AM (Island Brow Blog)
    We often talk about our freedom in Christ and no longer being a slave to sin. It is a marvelous reality, and one worthy of discussion. I often wonder if we really have a grasp of what it actually means. Yes, we are free, but free from what, exactly?

    Galatians has been called the Magna Charta of Christian freedom. Paul began the book with a defense of his authority to speak on such topics and then proceeds to unfold this wonderful reality. It is so wonderful, in fact, that he is ...
  2. Duties of Believers

    by , February 17th, 2018 at 05:26 PM (Island Brow Blog)
    Jude wrote his epistle near the middle to late first century. He wrote during a time when false teachers had already infiltrated the church and were promoting their false gospel. At the end of his short letter, he presents a strategy to the believers for avoiding apostasy and contending for the faith (Jude 3). You and I are still faced with the threat of false teachers. The same strategy presented by Jude, by extension, also belongs to us today. It is just as relevant now as it was then.
  3. Psalms for Life

    by , February 13th, 2018 at 06:22 PM (Island Brow Blog)
    The Psalms can be categorized in many different ways. There are Messianic Psalms, Imprecatory Psalms, Psalms of Assent, etc... But, if we boil them down, we can fit most of them into 3 main categories:

    Psalms of Praise: These are happy songs. They are written without consideration for any recent trouble or problems.
    Psalms of Lament: These are sad songs. They are written about a recent, or present time of problematic circumstances.
    Psalms of Thanksgiving: These are songs ...
  4. Genealogies and the Patience of God

    by , February 12th, 2018 at 08:05 AM (Island Brow Blog)
    Genealogies tend to get ignored quite often when it comes to serious study. What can possibly be learned from a list of names who begat more names?? The first genealogy is found in Genesis 5. It is the descendants of Adam to Noah. There are ten generations listed in this chapter, and interestingly, Adam lived during 9 of them. Lamech(v.28) was born 874 years after Adam was created, and Adam died 56 years later.

    Each entry gives the age of each man when his heir was born, how ...
  5. 3 Reasons Christians should NOT love the world

    by , February 9th, 2018 at 11:48 PM (Island Brow Blog)
    The Apostle John wrote to the churches of the Asia region over which he exercised Apostolic authority. To the believers in those churches he issued a command, followed by 3 reasons for that command:

    Do not love the world or the things in the world (1 John 2:15a)

    The command is, "Do not love the world or the things in the world." By world, he means the invisible, spiritual system of evil. We know this because the other two definitions for world ...
    1 John
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