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Our Debt to Israel

In His conversation with the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well, Jesus told her: “Ye worship ye know not what: we know what we worship: for salvation is of the Jews” (John 4:22). By “ye” Jesus was referring to the Samaritans; by “we” He was referring to the Jews. Thus, He identified Himself with the Jews; He spoke as one of them. In the last book of the Bible, Revelation 5:5, Jesus is called “the Lion of the tribe of Judah.” Judah is taken from which the word Jew is taken. It is important for us all to understand that there is a way in which Jesus is specially identified with the Jews; and that this identification did not cease with His earthly life, but it still continued by Scripture after His death, burial and resurrection—on into eternity. It is equally important for us all to acknowledge the truth of what Jesus said to the Samaritan woman: “Salvation is of the Jews.” This is an indisputable,historical fact. Without the Jews we would have no patriarchs, no prophets, no apostles, no Bible—and no Savior! Deprived of all these, how much salvation would we have left to us? None!

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The Exchange on the Cross

The entire message of the Gospel revolves around one historical event: the sacrificial death of Jesus on the cross.

It is on the basis of this sacrifice that Paul writes in Philippians 4:19: “And my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.”

All your need covers every area of your life: Body, Emotions, Soul, Material need, Mind, Financial need. Learn how you can appropriate the Divine Exchange in your own life.

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Philosophy, God and the Supernatural

At the end of 1962, a philosophy teacher at the University of British Columbia issued a public statement which attacked belief in God, and in the Bible as the Word of God. Several Christian ministers on the West Coast protested, and were then challenged to a public debate, under the auspices of the U.B.C. Philosophy Department. Subsequently, the challenge was withdrawn, but having accepted it, the ministers concerned were asked to make ten-minute statements to a university gathering, defending their belief in Christianity. Approximately six hundred students and faculty members were in attendance on January 25, 1963.

One of the speakers was Rev. Derek Prince, M.A., one-time philosophy Fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. His statement at the University of British Columbia is transcribed in this title.

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