I have an announcement to make concerning my Daily Devotionals that were daily. I am having a rough time keeping
This devotional is number three (3) in our devotional series “Spiritual Freedom”. This devotional looks at the Old Testament law and the New Testament Spirit of Life. Don’t miss it. Lots of good will come out of its reading.
This is Devotional 2 of 4 in our series on Spiritual Freedom. This devotional takes a look at the very foundation of what was to come to the hearers and believers of the gospel message. If you read yesterday’s devotional, then this one is a can’t miss.
I have several articles, lectures, and sermons upcoming. I have set a deadline for their completion and they will be published right away. Take a look at what’s coming here on Marvin Stanley Cox, Jr.’s Written Works page. God bless you!!!
Today we discuss freedom in God and what it entails using the verse, 1 Peter 2:16. This discussion in the daily devotional asks many questions we need to answer. I hope you enjoy it! Give me some feedback if you can.
SCRIPTURE “For I am NOT ashamed of the gospel, for it is the POWER of God for salvation to everyone
Scripture “For the Lord your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great, the mighty, and the
Scripture: Jn. 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes
A testimony of a man losing his physical strength and gaining holy spirit power and wisdom.
An audio recording of the live Podcast Theology 10 with a sermon entitled, “Have faith? You ARE Saved!”
Dedications These blog posts are dedicated to Mr. Don Bowles, who, at age 64, looked at me in all piety
A blog article on a few proofs of the reality of Christ as seen in philosophy and historical writings
God is Sovereign. What does that mean? Here is a readable blog on His sovereignty in creation, providence, and grace. This article will enlighten you on exactly what it means to be sovereign.
This is an in-depth article written in summary of the Letter to Titus Chapter Two. This summary is purposed to serve as a doctrinal and theological commentary to the Bible. Written by Rev. M.S. Cox, Jr., these summaries highlight the essential need-to-know doctrines that make up solid theologies.
Introduction Paul introduces himself (1:1) and his office (apostle) and what qualifies him to serve in his office. Paul gives