Romans 4:17 ESV
As it is written, I have made you the father of many nationsin the presence of the God in whom he believed, who gives life to the dead and calls into existence the things that do not exist.
What is meant by call those things which are not as though they were (Romans 4:17)?
What is meant by call those things which are not as though they were? What is the meaning of Romans 4:17?
Can we speak things into existence?
Can we speak things into existence? What does the Bible say about speaking things into existence?
11. Study and Exposition of Romans 4:13-22
A. Introduction R. Kent Hughes relays a story he once heard from Dr. Bruce Waltke: Apparently, some time ago, there was a man who wanted to cross the frozen St. Lawrence River in Canada. Now the man had his doubts about whether the ice could hold him, so he decided to first test ...
Is name it claim it teaching biblical?
Is name it claim it teaching biblical? Do Christians have the authority to name and claim anything they want?
Is there power in positive confession?
Is there power in positive confession? Do the words we use have the power to bless or curse us?
The Assurance of Faith
We are fallen, and cannot keep the law of God perfectly; therefore, only the work of the incarnate Son of God, Jesus Christ, can provide what we need to be declared righteous before Him. Divine ...
Putting Faith into Action - Ligonier Ministries
The author of Hebrews defines faith as “the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Heb. 11:1). Faith fills the vacuum of hope. Hope, when coupled with faith, has substance, and substance is something rather than nothing.
Dr. J. Rodman Williams: Creation
Dr. J. Rodman Williams: We have spoken of God, His reality, His being, His character. We come now to creation. Let us consider this under three heads: its origin, its nature, its climax.