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Alive or Dead Chart
About This Chart: This chart contrasts the relationships which one who is regenerated has in his or her absolutely new life in The Lord Jesus Christ with the relationships which every unregenerated one has and which the regenerated one had before repenting and totally committing continual trust in The Lord Jesus Christ. It clearly shows that the unregenerated one who is "outside of Christ" is alive both "in sin" and "to sin" and at the same time "dead both to The God" and "dead to The Christ" and at the same time "dead in sin" as well. This one is "in the Kingdom of this world" and "under the power of darkness" under the sentence of Death, eternal death. It also clearly shows that the regenerated one is "alive in Christ" and "dead to sin." This one who is in "the Kingdom of His dear Son" possesses Life and Light.


Chart Comparing Two Priesthoods And Giving
About This Chart: This chart compares the priesthood after the order of Melchi-zedec(k) with the priesthood of the Aaronic order with regard to stewardship. Both orders were ordained of The God. The Old Testament with the exception of Genesis 14 concerns the temporary Aaronic order in serving The God. The New Testament introduces the new and permanent order of which The Lord Jesus Christ became The Great High Priest upon His resurrection-ascension (Heb. 5-7 cf. Ps. 110; 118:22-26) and all the redeemed, regenerated disciples become a royal priesthood (1 Pet. 5-9). The flow of blessings from The God and received by man and the proper flow of returning obligation and appreciation by giving tithes and offerings is demonstrated by this chart. This chart is referred to in studies of The Christ's priesthood, as well as studies in stewardship and financing for His disciples.


CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF NEW TESTAMENT BOOKS
About This list: This list places each of The New Testament Books with the title that is inscribed on the head of the scroll of the manuscripts in the chronological order in which they were written. In the left column the year in which The Book was written or the approximate span in which each was written. In the second column the season or time in the year in which it was written. When there is enough information to give the provenance, this has been included in the list.


SPECIFIC HIGHLIGHTS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT
About This list: This chart lists the New Testament events since the crucifixion of The Lord Jesus Christ chronologically and places each of The New Testament Books with the title that is inscribed on the head of the scroll of the manuscripts in the chronological order after the date in which they were written. When there is enough information to give the provenance, this has been included in the list. The dating of Paul's seven visits to Jerusalem and his three missionary journeys are also cited.


Difference between Sin and Sins Chart
About This Chart: This chart depicts the differences between Sin and sins by comparison. To distinguish that to which Scripture refers in the singular number, careful attention must be given to the context. In A Precise Translation of The New Testament, the distinction is made by capitalizing Sin. This indicates the master to which everyone is in bondage as a slave before and until redeemed by The Lord Jesus Christ, regenerated by The Holy Spirit, and presented and yielded to The God and to Righteousness as His bondslave (Rom. 6:11-22). [Please note that the word “servant” is a translation of δοûλος which means ‘bondslave.’]


Fellowship in The Gospel Chart
About This Chart: Explanation coming soon!


Fellowship of His Son Chart
About This Chart: Explanation coming soon!


Fellowship of The Holy Spirit Chart
About This Chart: Explanation coming soon!


The Kingdom of Heaven and The Kingdom of God Chart
About This Chart: This full color chart depicts and traces the different courses of the Kingdom of The God and the Kingdom of Heaven from the time of Christ to Eternity. It distinguishes between these two kingdoms in their beginning and illustrates how The Kingdom of God differs in time and in Eternity. It illustrates the comparison between these kingdoms which is explained and described in the paper which is available by clicking here or on the first page of the description of  THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN AND THE KINGDOM OF THE GOD


The Kingdom of Heaven and The Kingdom of God Comparison Chart
About This Chart: This is a one page text chart with a 28 point comparison between The Kingdom of Heaven and The Kingdom of God


THE MYSTERY OF LIFE AFTER DEATH -- THE PIT (GRAVE) Grave-Chart
About This Chart: This full color chart depicts and traces the different courses of the life after death from the time of the first death in The Old Testament to Eternity. It distinguishes between the two compartments for departed human spirits, Sheol (sheh-olé) of The Old Testament and Hell (ha-ihdays) of the New Testament. It also illustrates how these two differ in their courses through time and where the departed spirits of each end up in Eternity. It illustrates the ‘great gap’ between which separates the two locations of departed human spirits explained in the notes paper, IV. The Mystery of Life after Death. It also is used in illustrating where The Christ’s Spirit went when He died and rose again. Reference is made to this chart in Mysteries V, VIII, IX, and XI. This chart is easily available by clicking here or on the first page of each Mystery.


The Trinity Chart
About This Chart: This chart reflects the correlation between The Godhead and the human. The Godhead is often referred to as The Trinity because comprised of three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit with equal attributes. The God created the human in His own image and likeness, a triune being comprised of body, soul, and spirit. The Scripture references substantiate that the abiding place in the human where the spirit and the soul is located is the heart and the mind respectively.


CHART OF THE ABYSS, HELL, AND THE LAKE OF FIRE CONTRASTED
About This Chart: This chart depicts the contrast between the three places of imprisonment for Satan, the fallen (wicked) angels, departed faithless human spirits, the Beast (Anti-god), and the False Prophet (the Antichrist) and Apollyon and the locusts with tails like scorpions who are released to emerge upon Earth after the fifth angel sounds his trumpet in the Tribulation Period (Rev. 9:1-11). It also illustrates how these two differ in their courses through time and where the departed spirits of each end up in Eternity. It distinguishes between Hell and The Lake of Fire


Continuum of LOVE in The Koiné Greek Language.pdf

DAYS NUMERICALLY DESCRIBED.pdf

DEFINITIONS of BIBLICAL TERMS REFERRING TO THE GOD'S WORD


NAMES OF THE LORD JESUS CHRIST from CHRISTMAS Chart

74 Doctrines Mentioned or Augmented in Ephesians.pdf

7 Aspects of Spiritual Warefare.pdf

SATANíS FIERY ARROWS.pdf


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