Faith and Christianity, New Testament & Psalms 2019, Reflections on Israel, Regulative Principle

Commandments – Do we listen any better today?

For some time now I have been trying to understand the mystery of character of worship and faith as seen in the majority of the visible church. If you really take the time to research the size of the world community that in some way, shape or purpose uses the name of Jesus or Christ… Continue reading Commandments – Do we listen any better today?

Catch of the Week, Current Events and Politics, Faith and Christianity, Regulative Principle

Random Posting on News in the Church

I try to keep my blog posting to the M'Cheyne Bible Reading content this year. But every once in a while there are a few things worth noting from other Bloggers. Here is a list of the few of their latest summary posts, which are really collections of other blog posts they have read. As… Continue reading Random Posting on News in the Church

Devotional Readings, M'Cheyne Bible Reading Notes, Regulative Principle

Judges 17:6  In those days there was no king in Israel, but every man did that which was right in his own eyes.

This was a very bad time in the history of God's people... Aa significant part of their doing "right in his own eyes", was establishing their own ways of worshiping. I posted earlier on one of the "reformed" doctrines that try's to address this error. Regulative Principle of Worship April 1, 2018 Ron Francis Edit "Regulative… Continue reading Judges 17:6  In those days there was no king in Israel, but every man did that which was right in his own eyes.