Yeshua Elohim Bible Church

We believe the inspired, inerrant, & infallible Word of God declares Jesus Christ is the Creator God of the universe who became a man to die for our sins.

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Yeshua Elohim Bible Church

Genesis 1-25 at is a must read. We believe that the inspired, inerrant, and infallible Word of God declares that Jesus Christ is the Creator God of the universe who became a man to die for our sins. Salvation comes by faith alone through Christ alone. We do not "tickle the ears" of our congregation by spending time and money on sk...

[07/24/16]   Special note: If you want to find out if a Christian is a mature Christian, then ask him this question, "Can you tell me anything about Isaiah 53?" If he is not familiar with this passage, then he is not a mature student of the Bible. He is either a baby Christian, a carnal Christian, or an unbeliever. Be careful around these three types of people, because their intellect is full of the philosophies of the satanic world system.

[07/20/16]   From the YEBC Study Bible:

1 John 1:9 But if we confess our sins, he is faithful and righteous, forgiving us our sins and cleansing us from all unrighteousness.

This is one of the most important verses in the Bible for believers. The Greek word for "confess" is ὁμολογέω (homologeow), a present active subjunctive verb, meaning to voice the same conclusion as God. It means saying to God, "I agree with you that I sinned. I want to agree with you that it was wrong." The verb is present tense, meaning that the believer is to continually voice the same conclusion as God. The verb is in subjective mood, meaning that if a believer possibly and continually agrees with God about his sin, then God is faithful and just enough to forgive and cleanse the believer of all unrighteous. This has nothing to do with salvation, but everything to do with cleansing the believer so that he can stay in fellowship with God.

When God calls a believer to salvation, the call is efficacious, meaning that the believer cannot and will not turn salvation away. He will become a believer. He is instantly transported into a circle of fellowship with God. However, once he sins, then he moves outside of God's fellowship. He is a dirty vessel. God will not use dirty vessels.

The important spiritual principle (which most believers do not understand) is that the believer must confess his sins to move back into the circle of the fellowship of God. Once he is back in the circle of fellowship, then God will use the believer to perform divine good works.

What happens if a believers sins and he confesses, but he forgets to confess all his sins? Is he still in fellowship with God and able to perform divine good works? The answer is yes. When a believer confesses sin, then he is immediately cleansed of all sins. When he sins again, then he needs to confess the sin so that God can bring him back into the circle of fellowship once again. This is a continual lifetime process and it should be a part of the Christian life.
Some believers live their whole life without understanding this spiritual concept. They go through their whole life performing human good works, which are dirty menstrual rags to God. 1 John 1:9 is a Scripture that every believer should memorize and apply as often as possible.

To perform divine good works, one must study bible doctrine from the entire counsel of the Word of God and continually confess their sins when they are out of fellowship with God. They must apply the bible doctrine that they have learned. Then, they will gain rewards. If a believer says he does care about rewards, then he is either ignorant, a liar, or unwise. Believers receive rewards for doing God's will.

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[07/14/16]   From the YEBC Study Bible:
28 And we know that all things work together for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose,
The Greek word for "know" is οἶδα (oida), a perfect passive indicative verb, meaning to see a spiritual concept with spiritual eyes. The verb is in the perfect tense, meaning that this knowledge came to them supernaturally as a one-time completed action of the past and this knowledge will continue forever. It is passive, meaning that they received the knowledge from an outside source, which is God. The mood is indicative, meaning that this statement is a 100% statement of fact. Man's humanity could have never understood this supernatural concept. This knowledge had to be given to man supernaturally as a gift.
Notice that not all things work out for unbelievers, but only for those who love God. The natural man hates God, so things will not work out so well for him. Therefore, there is no universal salvation given to all.
Universal salvation is offered to all, but most men reject it. The only men who accept the gift of salvation are those who are made alive by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit resurrects their dead spirit, gives them a new mind that can understand the gospel message, and makes an efficacious call to the believers that will not and cannot be refused. The Holy Spirit then yanks them out of the slavery of the satanic world system, gives them a new personality, and then adopts them into the royal family to become a prince of God.
Although the child of God is groaning inwardly, he also knows supernaturally that all things will work out for good.
The Greek word for "called" is κλητός (klatos), meaning a supernatural call by God. God makes a general call to all of mankind, but man is so totally depraved and evil, that most of them reject this call. There is also an efficacious call made to those whom God chose before the foundations of the world were created. This call will not be rejected. Notice that God does the calling. Every man will refuse the call, unless the Holy Spirit awakens the dead spirit that is within all of men.
After Joseph was revealed to his brothers, he said, "you thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good …” (Gen. 50:20). God is so sovereign and so magnificent, that he can take all of the evil things in the world and use it for good.
29 because those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, that his Son would be the firstborn among many brothers and sisters.
The Greek word for "whom" is ὅς (his), meaning a plural group of people.
The Greek word for "foreknew" is προγινώσκω (porginowskow), an aorist active indicative verb, meaning to know beforehand. The verb is aorist, meaning that God had some kind of prior knowledge in the past of an event that would happen to the future. The verb is active, meaning that God himself possessed this knowledge. The mood is indicative, meaning that it is a 100% statement of fact. God himself possessed some type of prior knowledge of a group of people who would live in the future.
The Greek word for "predestined" is προορίζω (proorizow), an aorist active indicative verb, meaning predetermined, or marked out beforehand. Sometimes in eternity past, God knew a certain people and he marked them out in advance to complete a certain task. The verb is aorist, meaning that this marking out was a one-time completed action of the past. The verb is active, meaning that God himself did the marking out. The verb is indicative meaning that this is a 100% statement of fact. Since both προγινώσκω (progiknowskow) and προορίζω (proorizow) are both in the aorist tense with the same subject, then they make an unbreakable chain of events that cannot be broken.
The Greek word for "conformed" is σύμμορφος (summoprhos), meaning that those who were called, foreknown, and predestined by God will have the same inward-essence-identity-form as the Lord Jesus Christ. At the cross, the righteousness of Christ was imputed to all future believers. When God sees the believer, he see the imputed righteousness of Christ.
The Greek word for "image" is εἰκών (ikon), meaning a mirror-like representation. The elect were pre-known, predestined, and conformed to become a mirror-like representation of the Lord Jesus Christ. When God sees a believer, he sees a mirror-like representation of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The Greek word for "firstborn" is πρωτότοκος (prototokos), meaning the first in time, or the preeminent one. This Greek word is the root word of the English "prototype". The Lord Jesus Christ was the first human being that was 100% righteous. He was the prototype of all future glorified believers.
30 And those he predestined, he also called; and those he called, he also justified; and those he justified, he also glorified.
These four verbs were all used in the aorist tense with the same subject. When verses 29-30 are combined, then there is an unbroken chain of five aorist Greek verbs which cannot be broken. All of these five verbs occurred in the past as a one-time completed action of the past. These five verbs are all active, meaning that the subject (God), not the believer, performed this unbroken chain of action. These five verbs are all indicative, meaning that it is a 100% statement of fact. In eternity past, God himself foreknew, predestined, called, justified, and glorified every believer. He completed all five of these actions before the foundations of the world were created. This chain is unbreakable. This means that no one can break the chain, not Satan, not any demon, or not even the believer himself.
God foreknew the believers, meaning that he knew them in eternity past. God predestined believers, meaning that he chose them for a specific mission. God called all believers with an efficacious call. This call happened sometime in the lives of the believers. God justified the believers, meaning that as Judge, man was judged righteous enough to enter into heaven. This verdict took place before the foundation of the world was even completed. It was a completed action of the past, so it cannot be reversed. Eternal security is taught here by Paul very forcibly and very straight forward in this aorist chain. The believer has already been glorified in eternity past. He has already been adopted into the royal family of God as a prince who will one day co-reign with the Messiah.
Jesus is the Great Shepherd. He starts out with 100 sheep, and he protects and delivers 100 sheep. Most shepherds will lose half of their flock, but not the Great Shepherd. He keeps, protects, and preserves all 100 sheep, delivering them to Heaven's Gate. This is God's eternal purpose. While the believer is grazing here on earth, dumb as a sheep, with invisible ravenous wolves surrounding him and attempting to devour him, he is being guarded and protected by the Great Shepherd. The sheep do not have any fangs, claws, armored skin, fast legs, or even a smart brain, to protect themselves. Most farmers will claim that the sheep are the most stupidest animals that they possess. They will walk right off a cliff if the shepherd does not watch them closely. They must be protected and cared for by the Great Shepherd. All who were foreknown, predestined, called, justified, and glorified will make it into heaven, because this aorist chain cannot be broken. God will deliver every one of his sheep. The sheep know him, because they know his voice.
31 What then shall we say about these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?
If God is the Great Shepherd, then there is no wolf that can devour with his flock. If God is for the believer, then the enemy does not have a chance. One with God is a majority.

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Q. 1. Who made you?
A. God.
Q. 2. What else did God make?
A. God made all things.
Q. 3. Why did God make you and all things ?
A. For his own glory.
Q. 4. How can you glorify God?
A. By loving him and doing what he commands.
Q. 5. Why ought you to glorify God?
A. Because he made me and takes care of me.
Q. 6. Are there more gods than one?
A. There is only one God.
Q. 7. In how many persons does this one God exist?
A. In three persons.
Q. 8. What are they?
A. The Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
Q. 9. What is God?
A. God is a Spirit, and has not a body like men.
Q. 10. Where is God?
A. God is everywhere.
Q. 11. Can you see God?
A. No; I cannot see God, but he always sees me.
Q. 12. Does God know all things?
A. Yes; nothing can be hid from God.
Q. 13. Can God do all things?
A. Yes; God can do all his holy will.
Q. 14. Where do you learn how to love and obey God?
A. In the Bible alone.
Q. 15. Who wrote the Bible?
A. Holy men who were taught by the Holy Spirit.
Q. 16. Who were our first parents?
A. Adam and Eve.
Q. 17. Of what were our first parents made?
A. God made the body of Adam out of the ground, and formed Eve from the body of Adam.
Q. 18. What did God give Adam and Eve besides bodies?
A. He gave them souls that could never die.
Q. 19. Have you a soul as well as a body?
A. Yes; I have a soul that can never die.
Q. 20. How do you know that you have a soul?
A. Because the Bible tells me so.
Q. 21. In what condition did God make Adam and Eve?
A. He made them holy and happy.
Q. 22. What is a covenant?
A. An agreement between two or more persons.
Q. 23. What covenant did God make with Adam?
A. The covenant of works.
Q. 24. What was Adam bound to do by the covenant of works?
A. To obey God perfectly.
Q. 25. What did God promise in the covenant of works?
A. To reward Adam with life if he obeyed him.
Q. 26. What did God threaten in the covenant of works?
A. To punish Adam with death if he disobeyed.
Q. 27. Did Adam keep the covenant of works?
A. No; he sinned against God.
Q. 28. What is Sin?
A. Sin is any want of conformity unto, or transgression of the law of God.
Q. 29. What is meant by want of conformity?
A. Not being or doing what God requires.
Q. 30. What is meant by transgression?
A. Doing what God forbids.
Q. 31. What was the sin of our first parents?
A. Eating the forbidden fruit.
Q. 32. Who tempted them to this sin?
A. The devil tempted Eve, and she gave the fruit to Adam.
Q. 33. What befell our first parents when they had sinned?
A. Instead of being holy and happy, they became sinful and miserable.
Q. 34. Did Adam act for himself alone in the covenant of works?
A. No; he represented all his posterity.
Q. 35. What effect had the sin of Adam on all mankind?
A. All mankind are born in a state of sin and misery.
Q. 36. What is that sinful nature which we inherit from Adam called?
A. Original sin.
Q. 37. What does every sin deserve?
A. The wrath and curse of God.
Q. 38. Can any one go to heaven with this sinful nature?
A. No; our hearts must be changed before we can be fit for heaven.
Q. 39. What is a change of heart called?
A. Regeneration.
Q. 40. Who can change a sinner's heart?
A. The Holy Spirit alone.
Q. 41. Can any one be saved through the covenant of works?
A. None can be saved through the covenant of works.
Q. 42. Why can none be saved through the covenant of works?
A. Because all have broken it, and are condemned by it
Q. 43. With whom did God the Father make the covenant of grace?
A. With Christ, his eternal Son.
Q. 44. Whom did Christ represent in the covenant of grace?
A. His elect people.
Q. 45. What did Christ undertake in the covenant of grace?
A. To keep the whole law for his people, and to suffer the punishment due to their sins.
Q. 46. Did our Lord Jesus Christ ever commit the least sin?
A. No; he was holy, harmless, and undefiled.
Q. 47. How could the Son of God suffer?
A. Christ, the Son of God, became man that he might obey and suffer in our nature.
Q. 48. What is meant by the Atonement?
A. Christ's satisfying divine justice, by his sufferings and death, in the place of sinners.
Q. 49. What did God the Father undertake in the covenant of grace?
A. To justify and sanctify those for whom Christ should die.
Q. 50. What is justification?
A. It is God's forgiving sinners, and treating them as if they had never sinned.
Q. 51. What is sanctification?
A. It is God's making sinners holy in heart and conduct.
Q. 52. For whom did Christ obey and suffer?
A. For those whom the Father had given him.
Q. 53. What kind of life did Christ live on earth?
A. A life of poverty and suffering.
Q. 54. What kind of death did Christ die?
A. The painful and shameful death of the cross.
Q. 55. Who will be saved?
A. Only those who repent of sin, believe in Christ, and lead holy lives.
Q. 56. What is it to repent?
A. To be sorry for sin, and to hate and forsake it because it is displeasing to God.
Q. 57. What is it to believe or have faith in Christ?
A. To trust in Christ alone for salvation.
Q. 58. Can you repent and believe in Christ by your own power?
A. No; I can do nothing good without the help of God's Holy Spirit.
Q. 59. How can you get the help of the Holy Spirit?
A. God has told us that we must pray to him for the Holy Spirit.
Q. 60. How long ago is it since Christ died?
A. More than nineteen hundred years.
Q. 61. How were pious persons saved before the coming of Christ?
A. By believing in a Savior to come.
Q. 62. How did they show their faith?
A. By offering sacrifices on God's altar.
Q. 63. What did these sacrifices represent?
A. Christ, the Lamb of God, who was to die for sinners.
Q. 64. What offices has Christ?
A. Christ has three offices.
Q. 65. What are they?
A. The offices of a prophet, of a priest, and of a king.
Q. 66. How is Christ a prophet?
A. Because he teaches us the will of God.
Q. 67. How is Christ a priest?
A. Because he died for our sins and pleads with God for us.
Q. 68. How is Christ a king?
A. Because he rules over us and defends us.
Q. 69. Why do you need Christ as a prophet?
A. Because I am ignorant.
Q. 70. Why do you need Christ as a priest?
A. Because I am guilty.
Q. 71. Why do you need Christ as a king?
A. Because I am weak and helpless.
Q. 72. How many commandments did God give on Mount Sinai?
A. Ten commandments.
Q. 73. What are the ten commandments sometimes called?
A. The Decalogue.
Q. 74. What do the first four commandments teach?
A. Our duty to God.
Q. 75. What do the last six commandments teach?
A. Our duty to our fellow men.
Q. 76. What is the sum of the ten commandments?
A. To love God with all my heart, and my neighbor as myself.
Q. 77. Who is your neighbor?A. All my fellow men are my neighbors.
Q. 78. Is God pleased with those who love and obey him?
A. Yes; he says, "I love them that love me."
Q. 79. Is God displeased with those who do not love and obey him?
A. Yes; "God is angry with the wicked every day."
Q. 80. What is the first commandment?
A. The first commandment is, Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
Q. 81. What does the first commandment teach us?
A. To worship God alone.
Q. 82. What is the second commandment?
A. The second commandment is, Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any things that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I, the Lord thy God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; and showing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.
Q. 83. What does the second commandment teach us?
A. To worship God in a proper manner, and to avoid idolatry.
Q. 84. What is the third commandment?
A. The third commandment is, Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain: for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.
Q. 85. What does the third commandment teach me?
A. To reverence God's name, word, and works.
Q. 86. What is the fourth commandment?
A. The fourth commandment is, Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labor, and do all thy work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God; in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, nor thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates: for in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day; wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath Day, and hallowed it.
Q. 87. What does the fourth commandment teach us?
A. To keep the Sabbath holy.
Q. 88. What day of the week is the Christian Sabbath?
A. The first day of the week, called the Lord's day.
Q. 89. Why is it called the Lord's day?
A. Because on that day Christ rose from the dead.
Q. 90. How should the Sabbath be spent?
A. In prayer and praise, in hearing and reading God's Word, and in doing good to our fellow men.
Q. 91. What is the fifth commandment?
A. The fifth commandment is, Honor thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee.
Q. 92. What does the fifth commandment teach me?
A. To love and obey our parents and teachers.
Q. 93. What is the sixth commandment?
A. The sixth commandment is, Thou shalt not kill.
Q. 94. What does the sixth commandment teach us?
A. To avoid angry passions.
Q. 95. What is the seventh commandment?
A. The seventh commandment is, Thou shalt not commit adultery.
Q. 96. What does the seventh commandment teach us?
A. To be pure in heart, language, and conduct.
Q. 97. What is the eighth commandment?
A. The eighth commandment is, Thou shalt not steal.
Q. 98. What does the eighth commandment teach us?
A. To be honest and industrious.
Q. 99. What is the ninth commandment?
A. The ninth commandment is, Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.
Q. 100. What does the ninth commandment teach us?
A. To tell the truth.
Q. 101. What is the tenth commandment?
A. The tenth commandment is, Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbor's.
Q. 102. What does the tenth commandment teach us?
A. To be content with our lot.
Q. 103. Can any man keep these ten commandments perfectly?
A. No mere man, since the fall of Adam, ever did or can keep the ten commandments perfectly.
Q. 104. Of what use are the ten commandments to us?
A. They teach us our duty, and show our need of a Savior.
Q. 105. What is prayer?
A. Prayer is asking God for things which he has promised to give.
Q. 106. In whose name should we pray?
A. Only in the name of Christ.
Q. 107. What has Christ given us to teach us how to pray?
A. The Lord's Prayer.
Q. 108. Repeat the Lord's Prayer.
A. Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.
Q. 109. How many petitions are there in The Lord's Prayer?
A. Six.
Q. 110. What is the first petition?
A. "Hallowed be thy name."
Q. 111. What do we pray for in the first petition?
A. That God's name may be honored by us and all men.
Q. 112. What is the second petition?
A. "Thy kingdom come."
Q. 113. What do we pray for in the second petition?
A. That the gospel may be preached in all the world, and believed and obeyed by us and all men.
Q. 114. What is the third petition?
A. "Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven."
Q. 115. What do we pray for in the third petition?
A. That men on earth may serve God as the angels do in heaven.
Q. 116. What is the fourth petition?
A. "Give us this day our daily bread."
Q. 117. What do we pray for in the fourth petition?
A. That God would give us all things needful for our bodies and souls.
Q. 118. What is the fifth petition?
A. "And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors."
Q. 119. What do we pray for in the fifth petition?
A. That God would pardon our sins for Christ's sake, and enable us to forgive those who have injured us.
Q. 120. What is the sixth petition?
A. "And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil."
Q. 121. What do we pray for in the sixth petition?
A. That God would keep us from sin.
Q. 122. How many sacraments are there?
A. Two.
Q. 123. What are they?
A. Baptism and the Lord's Supper.
Q. 124. Who appointed these sacraments?
A. The Lord Jesus Christ.
Q. 125. Why did Christ appoint these sacraments?
A. To distinguish his disciples from the world, and to comfort and strengthen them.
Q. 126. What sign is used in baptism?
A. The washing with water.
Q. 127. What does this signify?
A. That we are cleansed from sin by the blood of Christ.
Q. 128. In whose name are we baptized?
A. In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
Q. 129. Who are to be baptized?
A. Believers and their children.
Q. 130. Why should infants be baptized?
A. Because they have a sinful nature and need a Savior.
Q. 131. Does Christ care for little children?
A. Yes; for he says, "Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God."
Q. 132. To what does your baptism bind you?
A. To be a true follower of Christ.
Q. 133. What is the Lord's Supper?
A. The eating of bread and drinking of wine in remembrance of the sufferings and death of Christ.
Q. 134. What does the bread represent?
A. The body of Christ, broken for our sins.
Q. 135. What does the wine represent?
A. The blood of Christ, shed for our salvation.
Q. 136. Who should partake of the Lord's Supper?
A. Only those who repent of their sins, believe in Christ for salvation, and love their fellow men.
Q. 137. Did Christ remain in the tomb after his crucifixion?
A. No; he rose from the tomb on the third day after his death.
Q. 138. Where is Christ now?
A. In heaven, interceding for sinners.
Q. 139. Will he come again?
A. Yes; at the last day Christ will come to judge the world.
Q. 140. What becomes of men at death?
A. The body returns to dust, and the soul goes into the world of spirits.
Q. 141. Will the bodies of the dead be raised to life again?
A. Yes; "The trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised."
Q. 142. What will become of the wicked in the day of judgment?
A. They shall be cast into hell.
Q. 143. What is hell?
A. A place of dreadful and endless torment.
Q. 144. What will become of the righteous?
A. They shall be taken to heaven.
Q. 145. What is heaven?
A. A glorious and happy place, where the righteous shall be forever with the Lord.
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1800 E Broad St
Mansfield, 76063

First Baptist Church 1800 E. Broad Street Mansfield TX 76063 817.473.1161 *Sunday: 9:00a Life Groups,10:30a Service, 6:00p Service

Embrace Grace at Walnut Ridge - Mansfield, Texas Embrace Grace at Walnut Ridge - Mansfield, Texas
1201 N State Highway 360
Mansfield, 76063

Our vision: for every girl with an unplanned pregnancy to have a church to go to for spiritual, emotional and physical support. #prolove

United Student Ministries United Student Ministries
777 N Walnut Creek Dr
Mansfield, 76063

Frontline Warriors Ministries Frontline Warriors Ministries
PO Box 1685
Mansfield, 76063

"Equipping the Frontline"

Walnut Creek Church of God Walnut Creek Church of God
200 Newt Patterson
Mansfield, 76063

Walnut Creek Church is part of the Church of God Cleveland Tennessee. We are a Full Gospel church.