First Things First

The most important fact necessary before reading this website is to examine yourself to see if you are a Christian.  If you are not a Christian, much of this would be ‘Foolishness’ to you.

1 Cor 2:14 The man without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God,  for they are foolishness to him, and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned.

If you are not a Christian then I recommend reading the following:

Lordship Salvation

Lawless Gospel

If you think you are a Christian, examine yourself:

Are You Saved?

Are You Born Again?

Hell’s Best Kept Secret

Ten Tests of True Christianity

How are You Serving God

Ten “Christians” God Will Not Allow Into Heaven

Six Signs of a False Conversion

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3 thoughts on “First Things First

  1. Thank you for your article re David wearing a linen ephod while bringing the Ark to Jerusalem.
    It’s quite appropriate that David took on the attire of a priest-minister-servant while conducting to Jerusalem a type of the Lord Jesus, who “made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant.”
    Michal’s sympathies did not lay in this direction.

  2. I also would like to thank you for your article on David dancing before the Lord. The comments are closed there, so forgive me for commenting here! You may get a lot of hits on this topic, because I recently watched a documentary with Bono and Eugene Peterson discussing the Psalms. I didn’t even know who Eugene Peterson was, and not a fan of Bono, but someone wanted me to watch and let them know what I thought. Bono says that “David danced naked before the Lord.” So I had to research that topic! I never thought he danced naked, and to have someone squarely say that and not be challenged (maybe he was, and then it was cut out of the documentary – no idea). Anyhow, I had a thought while reading your article, that as David lowered himself as he did – there really is such a picture there of Christ who thought it not robbery to be equal with God … (Phil. 2:6).

    Berean Wife Reply:

    Thank you. That particular topic has been a pet peeve of mine for years. Hate to hear “preachers” misuse scripture for their own means.

    Berean Wife

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