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"And Then The End Will Come"
"The Anti-King(dom)"
"The Discipler's Commentary: The Gospel of Luke"
"The Discipler's Commentary Workbook"
"The Ecclessiastes Study Guide: Personal Edition"
"The Ecclesiastes Study Guide: Leader's Edition"
"The Ecclesiastes Study Guide Workbook"
"Elijah to Come"
"The Love Revelation"
"The Psalm 119 Study Guide: Personal Edition"
"The Psalm 119 Study Guide: Leader's Edtion"
"The Psalm 119 Study Guide Workbook"
"Revelation: The Last View"
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The Three Minute Discernment Test

“But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you. — Matthew 6:33

There seems to be no end to Christian websites claiming to be a “discernment ministry” who use their “gifting” to tell us what is and isn’t of the Lord. (Actually, I rarely see such sanctifying someone or something as being “good”, the majority of the time seeming to only identify the “bad”.) Setting aside the fact that biblical discernment is not a gift or ministry, but a milestone of maturity in believers who measure all things by the standard of God’s Word, (Php. 1:9-11) I’m going to dismantle the entire discernment industry today by giving away free this three minute discernment test. I’m not kidding. Every single teaching, program, and even entire movement can be absolutely determined without a doubt as biblical or not with just this one, simple verse, which is one of the few which you have most likely already memorized.

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