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Didn't Jesus clearly instruct His disciples to baptize "in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" in Matthew 28:19?        

With all the other ways we can remember the Lord's death today, is the Holy Communion really that important, and even necessary for salvation?        

Romans 10:9 says that "if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved." Baptism, footwashing, and Holy Communion are not mentioned; why are they necessary for salvation?        

The Spirit of Truth or the Spirit of Error?        
The apostle John warned us that the spirit of error, the very same spirit of the Antichrist, can be found right among us. What can we do to identify and protect ourselves from this destructive power?

How The Spirit Guides Us Into All Truths        
We cannot have God’s spirit without His scriptures, and we cannot fully understand His words without His spirit. One without the other would affect our relationship with God.

The Holy Work in Calgary: A Personal Perspective        

Worship God in Spirit and in Truth        
These people honor me with their lips, but their hearts are far from me. They worship me in vain; their teachings are but rules taught by men. —Matthew 15:8-9

Discovering God's Living Spirit        
I was startled awake at four o'clock one morning when the phone rang. When I picked up the receiver, I heard Vuthy crying emotionally. I asked him what was the matter, but he could not stop crying, and my heart sank because I thought it was something seri

Transformed By The Spirit        
Have you ever felt lost and out of control in your life? Listen to the voice of God and seek after His Holy Spirit. For it will empower you to overcome sin and renew your faith in Him.

Praying in the Spirit        
The simplicity of prayer has been compared to that of breathing. Such an effortless and imperative activity, but why do we find it so arduous to practice?

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