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Mar 3, 2020the face of your deceiverIs there more to say than what God Has Said? Is there more to do than mar­vel at His Grace? All we can do is ap­ply The Gospel of God, The Balm of Gilead to our lives that our eyes might be opened and we might see.Cracks in the wall­False ide­olo­gies, ly­ing about the fu­ture and the past, claim that they are new. By fail­ing to ac­knowl­edge your sins and Je­sus Christ Who Died for your sins, they de­val­ue and mis­val­ue you and all hu­man be­ings. But like the frog who rode the scor­pi­on, we should not be sur­prised when false ide­olo­gies lie to us. They ab­solute­ly must ut­ter false proph­e­sies and must de­val­ue hu­man be­ings. They can­not help but act ac­cord­ing to the evil moral­i­ties from which they are made; ac­cord­ing to their cre­ator’s self­ish knowl­edge of good and evil. Yet The Bible re­veals that things and peo­ple areIfeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Feb 27, 2020the goodness of godMy broth­er, my sis­ter, these mat­ters I lay be­fore you are dif­fi­cult for me to write about. When I be­gan to write, I did not ex­pect to find my­self at the foun­da­tions of the world. Were I a bet­ter writer, I might more eas­i­ly lay be­fore you the foun­da­tion of the world so that you might eas­i­ly see why all her ed­i­fices are van­i­ty, al­ready lost in the wind. So if you find my words and ideas dif­fi­cult, do not be dis­cour­aged. Go and read the Bible and be­lieve God. At best, and I have not reached it, all I can do is ex­pound on His Word. There­fore, the pre­vi­ous ar­ti­cle laid be­fore you two foun­da­tions. One Is The Cor­ner­stone Laid by God, Mar­velous in our eyes­Psalms 118:22-23 and The Song of all the an­gels Job 38:4-7. The oth­er is the il­lu­sion cre­at­ed by re­bel­li­ous man. One Is Je­sus Christ Who Is Ifeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Feb 18, 2020the genealogy of morals, a di-lemmaIn our first ar­ti­cle we ex­plored the fa­cade of false ide­olo­gies and showed that they wear shrouds of false new­ness wo­ven from threads of false es­cha­tol­ogy. The sec­ond ar­ti­cle ex­posed the false val­u­a­tion of men and women that lies at the heart of every every false ide­ol­o­gy. 1 False new­ness, 2 false es­cha­tol­ogy and 3 false val­u­a­tion can only be seen as false when we shine His Word Psalms 119:105 upon the ide­ol­o­gy. These are but the leaves of the weed. It is also by His Word that we know there are roots we must still de­mol­ish. As we pro­ceed, you will ob­serve more and more that His Word Chal­lenges us con­cern­ing things un­not­i­ca­bly ba­sic and yet vi­tal as air. It is now that we should pay the most at­ten­tion. For just like air, we will spir­i­tu­al­ly suf­fo­cate in the ab­sence of these “tiny”Ifeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Feb 13, 2020the charnel house rulesAs pre­vi­ous­ly dis­cussed, the il­lu­sion of new­ness can be dis­pelled and by read­ing God’s Es­cha­tol­ogy, false es­cha­tolo­gies are eas­i­ly ex­posed. The more dif­fi­cult task is ex­cis­ing our sus­cep­ti­bil­i­ty to the de­cep­tion of ide­olo­gies. Let us be­gin by con­sid­er­ing the stat­ed goal of fem­i­nism: to bring greater har­mo­ny in hu­man­i­ty by pro­mot­ing equal­i­ty be­tween men and women. With­in the church, every re­gen­er­at­ed mind wants to agree with this goal. It is true that there is dishar­mo­ny in hu­man­i­ty and it is true that men of­ten treat women un­right­eous­ly. It seems rea­son­able to say that things would be bet­ter if men and women were at peace with each oth­er. So when we hear that this vague word “equal­i­ty” is a means of achiev­ing this peace, we are tempt­ed to pur­Ifeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Jan 21, 2020golden calvesOur goal in this se­ries of ar­ti­cles is to pro­vide gen­er­al pat­terns fol­lowed by false prophe­cies so that you can more eas­i­ly iden­ti­fy them. In the process, we will learn how to pro­tect our souls, our chil­dren and the church from their dead­ly in­flu­ence. The Bible Right­ly Calls false prophets wa­ter­less clouds Jude 1:12, 2 Pe­ter 2:17. The Voice of God Is Deep Thun­der John 12:29, Ex­o­dus 20:18-19 and His Elo­quence Is Glo­ri­ous Rain Isa­iah 55:1, 10-11. But from the mouths of false prophets and an­tichrists come only loud noise and dry rain and their evil words pool in emp­ty wells called ide­olo­gies.De­ceived by the il­lu­sion of wa­tery depths, we lis­ten dili­gent­ly to these shal­low fa­bles only to be filled with even greater thirst. For here is the great se­cret of ide­olo­gies: they are more prop­er­ly called idolIfeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Sep 17, 2018overcoming godGenesis 32:24-31 is the day Jacob died and Israel took his first breath. There are many, many things to say about this passage. We could for example ask ourselves as we read, “Have I wrestled with God and won?” Or we could talk about how Israel is an altar, a wrestling and pleading with The Holy God. Are you an altar? We could talk about the jarring suddenness of verse 24. How does Jacob, across the bridge of a mild semicolon, go from being alone to wrestling with God into death and resurrection? How does Jacob know to ask for a blessing in verse 26? Could it be that we can only know God’s Nature through striving with Him? Could it be that in some struggles, we do not wrestle against flesh and blood or even powers and principalities but against The Holy Lord of Hosts? What kind of a man is Jacob who, after suspecting that he is wrestling against God, keeps going! and in fact fightsIfeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Jul 30, 2018names that fadeSmall hand in big hand, Joel walks down the street wearing his father’s left palm like an oversized mitten. Already a master at dodging the large dangerous chasms in the side walk, Joel’s eyes begin to wander in search for something interesting. “Daddy, who is that?” And his dad, following the path of his finger, replies, “Oh, that’s Mr. Smith.” Uninterested in this uninteresting answer, Joel asks, “Who’s Mr. Smith?” His dad pauses, remembering the day his friend, James Smith, walked down the aisle and gave his life to Jesus. He remembers Mr. Smith’s subsequent battle to be free from alcohol, the many awards he won for his teaching and the long nights spent at his house weeping with him after his wife passed away. Then Joel’s father looks down at his son and says, “Mr. Smith is a Christian.” “Oh,” says Joel in momentary satisfaction. Five chasms later he aIfeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Apr 25, 2018the vinedresserIn John 15 Jesus instructs us on how to be His disciples. He begins by saying, “I Am The True Vine and My Father Is The Vinedresser.” So far we have shown that the roots of discipleship are anchored high far beyond the heavens in The Holy Trinity. Not only this. Through The True Vine, by the Power of The Holy Spirit, we become sons of God The Father. Let us highlight a few things Jesus is saying about Himself by Naming God Father.Begotten. Jesus says He Is The Son of God. Jesus is not a product of us. He Is Begotten of God and therefore He Possesses His Father’s Nature. Like His Father God, Jesus Is without beginning or end. Jesus Is The Son of God Who Is God.Disciple. As Elijah ascended, Elisha, his disciple, called out, “My father, my father, the chariots of Israel and its horsemen” 2 Kings 2:12. Why did Elisha call Elijah father? Simple. Because the rabbi is the father of hiIfeoluwapo EleyinafeIfeoluwapo Eleyinafe
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Apr 12, 2018rules for sanding woodAfter I graduated college, I moved from my childhood home to a place where I could count how many people I knew on one hand. I was Miss Independent. I moved into an apartment and starting scavenging the internet for deals on furniture. I ended up with a antique dresser set that was sturdy, but it had a very ugly color. I decided to take it upon myself to sand it down and restain it. I mean how hard could that really be? I got the sandpaper and went crazy on the dresser. After, I applied the stain and let the piece dry. I remember looking at it and thinking how much uglier it looked. The front of the drawers looked scratched and a totally different shade than what the sides of the dresser were. I sent my mom multiple “HELP ME!” texts.Looking back, I had picked up the sandpaper with no knowledge of what I was doing. This past year I taught classes on making wood signs. The importance oKearsten EleyinafeKearsten Eleyinafe

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