Toolbox

I have gleaned the following resources (mostly in PDF format) into what I call my “Toolbox” in order to help understand the Bible and the world we live in better:

Alcohol and Wine

Antidepressants

Arminianism vs Calvinism

Baptism in the Holy Spirit Full Study

Battlefield of the Mind

Bible KJV

Bible NKJV

Bible Promises

Bible Promises Explained

Bible Schedule

Bible Versions

Blasphemy Against The Holy Spirit

Bless Israel

Busy Minds That Never Rest

Chronology of the New Testament

Conviction vs Condemnation

Counseling Biblically

Demons and Psychics and Fotune Tellers

Demons and Reading Our Minds

Devotional Morning and Evening

Devotional My Utmost For His Highest

Devotional Smith Wigglesworth

Devotional Streams In The Desert

Eleven Signs Of The Fall Of America

End Times Timeline

Fall of Lucifer

Fasting

Forgiveness In Its Fullness

Forgiveness versus Reconciliation

Fortune Tellers

Foundations of the Faith

Four Spiritual Laws

Fruit of the Spirit Overview

Gifts of the Holy Spirit Overview

Gospel Definition

Hebrews 6 Verses 4-6

Holy Spirit and His Gifts

How to have an hour of prayer

Islam Agenda

Islam in a Nutshell

Israel and End Times

Job Book Study

Judicial vs Relational Forgiveness

Latter Days in a Nutshell

Lordship Salvation Debate

Love Types

Luke 16 1-13 Unjust Steward

Manifesto of a Bible Study

Map of Jesus Time

Map of Twelve Tribes

Millennial Kingdom

Ministry of the Holy Spirit

Miracles of Jesus

Names of Jesus

Nicene Creed

Now That You Have Received Christ

Oppression vs Affliction

Oppression

Parallel Harmony of the Gospels

Paul’s Journeys

Pentecostal No Longer Rebuttal

Prophecies Jesus Fulfilled

Prophetic Interpretation

Questions To Dicipher Beliefs

Red Letter Christians

Rhema vs Logos a Pastor’s Perspective

Rhema vs Logos a Scholar’s Perspective

Roman Road

Rulers and Authority

Rulers That Are Wicked

Russia and End Times Prophecy

Salvation Definition

Salvation Doctrine Comparison

Salvation Terminology

Satan and Your Mind

Shocking Youth Message

Sin Unto Death

Tithing and The Church

Titles To Worship Jesus By

Tree of Life

Trinity Doctrine in the OT

Trinity Doctrine in the NT

USA and End Times Propecy

What About Alcohol?

What About Prayer Meetings?

What About the Sinner’s Prayer?

Wigglesworth Ever Increasing Faith

Wigglesworth Faith That Prevails

Wigglesworth Prayer Power and Miracles

Advertisements

3 Responses to Toolbox

  1. Angel says:

    Hello Annointing,
    Searching to differentiate between logos and rhema I came across your website. So far I can relate to a lot of what you have posted. For one I had a similar conversion experience when the weight of sin was lifted from my shoulders. I also deduced from your testimony that you are probably my age, born in 1957 I just turned 60. From the discussion on rhema and logos, I have come to prefer logos as “the message” and rhema as “a communication” to keep it simple. I once tried to verify the better translation of rhema or logos in Romans 10:17 and came up empty since there is scholarly argument for either and both claim evidence in ancient manuscripts. Some claim the better rendition is logos and others rhema. Consequently we have both renditions:
    New King James Version (logos)
    “So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”
    and
    New International Version (rhema)
    “Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word about Christ.”
    Also, the use of Christ as opposed to God are in debate.
    [You will note that my preference above is counter intuitive to the renditions mentioned.] Nonetheless, the message of Christ ultimately is what the Word of God communicates from beginning to end. Jesus is the Message, He is the Word of God in the flesh.
    What say you?

    Be blessed.
    Angel

    • annointing says:

      Hi Angel. Yes you are correct on my year of birth. You ask what I have to say. I will go to the bottom line of a problem I see today with Logos, Rhema, and Christians today. Christians today forget that the written Word, the Bible, is the final say. Too many put a personal word they claim 100% is from the Holy Spirit even if it does not align with the Bible. A personal revelation must always 100% be confirmed by the written Word.

  2. Egbert says:

    I want to reply to your article about rhema vs logos. Excellent reasoning. And b.t.w. there is just as with Greek, an Aramaic Bible in the Middle-East, called the Peshitta.
    This Bible uses just one word, which is ‘melta’. Also that confirms, that the writers of the Greek NT, did not intentionally use two different words, but synonimously.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s