The Case for Speaking in Tongues 9 Transcript Notes

The Case for Speaking in Tongues 9 Transcript Notes The Case for Speaking in Tongues 9 Welcome back, my name is Dan Wooldridge, this is number 9 in the series, “The Case for Speaking in Tongues” Why Should You & I Speak in Tongues Often? Continuing the Doctrine of “Other Tongues” Just How Hungry Are… Read More »

How To Tell A Story

How To Tell A Story Study Notes and Workbook Storytelling Is an Art A resource for ministry to children My name is Daniel Wooldridge Born January 1943 in UK Arrived in Australia 1961 Born again 1963 Preach & teacher – pastor & church planter Ministry to children & storyteller My heart felt thanks To all… Read More »

The Case for Speaking in Tongues 8

The Case for Speaking in Tongues 8 Welcome back, my name is Dan Wooldridge, this is number eight in the series, “The Case for Speaking in Tongues” Why Not Follow Paul? In this session we going to consider whether we ought to follow the example of Paul the apostle or not. Just what was the… Read More »

WORKBOOK 19/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of Reading the King James Bible Chapter 19 Slide 1   Slide 2 Whosoever/whomsoever simply means anybody at all, no matter who. It is totally open to include anyone. Whosoever will – anybody at all that is willing. Willing to take the water of life that is freely given to those who put… Read More »

CLF 19/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 19 in chapter 18 we looked at the power of pronouns in understanding complex verses in the book of Hebrews. Compound Relative Pronouns Complications caused by Compound Relative Pronouns Whosoever and Whomsoever are compound relative pronouns – no matter who – anybody at all… Read More »

WORKBOOK 18/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of Reading the King James Bible Chapter 18 Slide 1   Slide 2   Slide 3 Hebrews 6:6 If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put him to an open shame. ===================== Underline the third person plural pronouns… Read More »

CLF 18/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 18 in chapter 17 we saw how restricting Word definition choices help to intensify focus Solving a Disputed Text Understanding the KJV’s grammar – especially its use of precise pronouns – sorts out many allegedly difficult texts. An example is found in Hebrews 6:6… Read More »

CLF 17/19 King James Bible Grammar & Punctuation

The Adventure of the Vocabulary of the King James Bible Chapter 17 in chapter 16 we looked at punctuation and started to look at the use of “shall” and “will” Will and Shall Continued A few considerations about “will” The King James Bible has some surprising ways in which variations of this word are used… Read More »