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Sean Kipe tells the story of former Georgia police officer Michael Chapel, convicted of the 1993 robbery and brutal murder of Emogene Thompson and sentenced to life in prison. However, with the recent surfacing of new information, Chapel’s story may have taken a dramatic turn – one that could potentially prove his innocence. Kipe takes a deep dive into Chapel’s past to find the unbelievable truth behind a story that involves corrupt police officers, crime rings, drug trafficking, steroids, a ...
 
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Deuteronomy Chapter 17Why Dispensations ?1. Innocence. 2. Conscience.3. Human govt. 4. Promise.5. Law 6. Grace 7. Divine Govt“…all these things we will do…” Ex. 24.Exodus 24:3Why a “Second Law” ?new Generationnew Possessionnew Lifestylenew LoveLet us therefore renew the Covenant (of the Law) !● means “second law”; e.g. the Ten Commandments again (D…
 
As Ezra has returned to Jerusalem and begun teaching the people God's Word, hidden sins are brought to light. He mourns over sin because sin kills renewal. Sin kills renewal because sin leads to compromised faith, sin has serious consequences, sin dismisses God’s grace, sin disobeys God’s Word, and sin deserves God’s wrath. As such, we need to conf…
 
The bible teaches us in (James 4:14) that our life is just like a vapor that appeareth for a little while, and then vanisheth away." If we are only here for a little while, why do we act as if it will be a long while? May God brand this phrase "a little while" on the inside of our eyelids that we may never forget the brevity of our life and the cer…
 
Jesus talks more about the Holy Spirit than any other single subject during His closing words to the Disciples gathered in the Upper Room for their last Passover together. He wants to assure them that even though He is going away (when He ascends back into Heaven after His crucifixion and resurrection), He will not leave them as orphans. He will se…
 
Our pastor has been focusing on finding scripture in the Calvinist and Arminian debate that have been overlooked in the past four hundred years. But... now he has gotten to point where he feels it needful to present things more stridently. How can you have a discussion of Calvinism and Arninianism without bringing in Adam and Moses. They are the mo…
 
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