Preview of Job #3

By Oscar M. Baker

[Continuing the ministry of Elihu, the mediator.] Elihu deals with some of the argument that the other men have put out, and in 32:9 he says, “Great men are not always wise: neither do the aged understand judgment.” This man, Elihu, is coming in here and really is an answer to what Job had asked for, and so in 33:6 he says so. “Behold, I am according to thy wish in GOD’S stead…”, that is, he is the daysman, the advocate that Job was looking for (in 9:33) – someone to speak to God, to plead with God for him.

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RD 101 - Healing

By Jack Eberle

Many are confused today about God’s healing. Some say there is no “divine” healing today. The simple answer to the question is that God can and does heal whomever He wishes according to His plan of the ages. It does not behoove we body members to question His decision today on healing as on any other matter. But what is His plan? Does He use doctors and/or healers? Once again, He can use any means any time He wishes. The Scriptures give us information of His plan for our dispensation. Did God’s plan change?

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En Tois Epouranios #37

By Michael S. Mecikalski

As for “the precious blood of Christ, as of a Lamb without blemish & without spot: Who verily was foreordained  before the foundation of the world” (I Pet. 1:19&20); the only other time The Holy Spirit uses this phrase in the entirety of God’s Holy eternal Word is concerning us, our foreordination unto adopted sonship in The Son of The Father’s love that we should be holy and without blame before The Father according to the good pleasure of The Father’s own will (Eph. 1:4&5 reworded). Spiritually speaking, simply phenomenal!!!

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