Are We Speaking For God?
In this lesson, brother Duvall discusses how and why we speak as oracles of God, and uses Job’s friends to illustrate the harm done when speaking incorrectly.
We noted a couple of months ago (“What God Authorizes for the Work of the Church,” published May 22, 2016) that God gave Moses a pattern to follow in building the tabernacle (Hebrews 8:5), including its organizational structure and the workread more
The word “church,” in the New Testament, sometimes is used in a general sense referring to all of the people of God. In this sense, there is but one church and this one church has no earthly overseer: “Christ isread more
The articles appearing in this bulletin during 2015 were intended to set forth the basic principles revealed in God’s word concerning the biblical concept of authority. We noted what “authority” means and how it is used in the New Testament;read more
We have shown in previous articles that God authorizes (gives man the right and freedom to act) through commands, approved examples, and necessary inferences recorded in His inspired word, the Bible. Some commands, examples and inferences are very specific inread more
We have noted in previous articles that God’s authority (God giving man the right or freedom to act, especially in religious matters) is expressed in the Scriptures. Two articles ago, we pointed out that one way we discover what Godread more