What is the traditional Jewish view of free will? Why are there significant differences in the Hebrew and Septuagint Greek in Psalm 40? Was Luke definitely a Gentile? It’s that time again! Ask Dr. Brown your hardest questions!
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: “Only one life, ’twill soon be past; only what’s done for Christ will last,” or as Leonard Ravenhill asked, “Are the things you’re living for worth Christ dying for?”
Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus has died, risen from the dead, and sent His Spirit; we have His word, truth, Spirit, and reality in our hearts and lives. What is holding us back from running our race and making a difference?
Giants of the Faith [mp3 CD] with Dr. Brown: Experience the ministry and message of men and women of God who shook their world! Charles Finney, George Whitfield, John (Praying) Hyde, Smith Wigglesworth, John G. Lake, Maria Woodworth-Etter, John Alexander Dowie, and Adoniram Judson.
A Life of Prayer VOR article by Eric Gilmour:
“You can’t patch up your prayer life when you get to the judgment seat” ~Leonard Ravenhill “You can delegate many things, but prayer is not one of them.” ~A.W. Tozer “Yesterdays praying will not suffice for today.” ~E. M. Bounds “This period we are in now is a dressing room for eternity, that is all […]
Clear the Way for Prayer! VOR Article by Bryan Purtle
“Pray without ceasing….” -1 Thess. 5.17 The apostles of Scripture, basing their lives on the pattern left by Jesus, gave themselves unreservedly to a life of prayer, and they called the saints to enter into the same reality by the grace of God. They knew that it was only by entering into the place of […]
A Time For Holy Fire by Dr. Brown: Are you fed up with Christianity as you know it? Does your heart long for something more? Have you had it with the same old religious cycle? Then this book is for you. Revival is our only hope—yet there is hope for revival!
The Overcoming Christian
by Eric Gilmour
“The most glorious reward awaits such fidelity at the hour of Christ’s return, while the heaviest punishment threatens the selfish indolence that would decline active employment of what it has received.” ~Goebel “A crown is of value for what it implies rather than what it is.” ~D.M. Panton “Christ’s cross is Christ’s way to Christ’s […]
Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.
I am in 100% total agreement in prayer for Salvation for Sarah’s Mom. My heart goes out in this situation.
Touch Sarah’s Mom, Heavenly Father. Heal her heart, her thoughts, her spirit. We claim her soul for your Kingdom. Send in laborers. Prepare her heart, Heavenly Father. Let this bring glory to your name.
Thank you Father. Through Jesus name.
Bless you Dr Brown for showing Compassion.
Dear Dr. Brown,
Thank you for answering 2 of my question!
Thanks for the recommendations, I did a search on your site and I do see the two shows critiquing, “with God on our side”. I’m excited to listen to them. Also I do have, “our hands are stained with blood”, great job on that book. Really opened my eyes to a lot of things I never knew before.
Also, thanks for addressing Psalm 40:6. So the translators of the Septuagint were just trying to make sense of what the Hebrew meant because it is unclear? Did I understand you correctly? If that’s the case then okay I can understand that.
Blessings, thanks again!
“Matthew, also called Levi, an apostle and aforetimes publican, composed a gospel of Christ at first published in Judea in Hebrew, for the sake of those of the circumcision who believed, but this was afterwards translated into Greek though by what author is uncertain. The Hebrew itself has been preserved until the present day in the library at Cæsarea which Pamphilus so diligently gathered. I have also had the opportunity of having the volume described to me by the Nazarenes of Aleppo, a city of Syria, who use it. In this it is to be noted that wherever the Evangelist, whether on his own account or in the person of our Lord the Saviour quotes the testimony of the Old Testament he does not follow the authority of the translators of the Septuagint but the (original) Hebrew.”
Theological Library of Caesarea Maritima
That’s a quote from Jerome’s: Lives of Illustrious Men. Chapter III
I feel so bad about not going to church I feel unworthy, by my own remission I feel guilty I love the church that I went to long ago the worship, the love,the Holy Spirit, and the word of the Lord is delivered with such passion.I keep making excuses for my own actions. I love the Lord with my whole heart, spirit and sole but there are things even about the church. Please help me with so much baggage when I know the Lord has forgiven me for my sins, its me who cannot. Please help me and respond to my question. Thank you so much. May God bless you for all the help you give others, Linda
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