The New Morality

Today, our society is at war. The battlefront is not in Iraq—it is right here in North America. Under attack is our ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Under the cloak of freedom and tolerance we have abandoned a morality grounded in Judeo-Christian ethics replacing it with the concept of moral relativism. Moral relativism […]

When a Nation Repents

April 1, 2007 by  
Filed under Repentance, Society

“Yet forty days, and Nineveh shall be overthrown. So the people of Nineveh believed God, and proclaimed a fast, and put on sackcloth, from the greatest of them even to the least of them” Jonah 3:4-5. The immediate future does not look hopeful for all nations, especially for Canada, America, and Britain. It is quite […]

A New Conception in Christ

April 1, 2007 by  
Filed under Personal Development, Poems, Repentance

For years I had dined at the table of deceit Fulfilling my own desires and lusts. Habitual sin once a daily routine As I fellowshipped with the unjust. Readily I followed the multitude of despair, The blind leading the blind into the ditch. Laying my treasures on things of this world; Plotting schemes of how […]

Is ‘Paradise’ Where We Go When We Die?

April 1, 2007 by  
Filed under Kingdom of God, Q&A

Question: Is ‘paradise’ where we go when we die? Does our spirit go to ‘paradise’? Answer: The word ‘paradise,’ translated from the Greek word paradeisos, is mentioned only 3 times in the Bible: Luke 23:43; 1 Corinthians 12:4; Revelations 2:7. ‘Paradise’ is of Persian origin, and means a garden, particularly a garden of pleasure, filled […]

How Archaeology Proves the Bible

The Old and New Testament writings of the Bible have long been considered fables and myths—thereby, deemed untrustworthy. For some critics, if you cannot prove something with empirical evidence, it is not to be taken seriously. As we’ll see in this article, the authenticity of the Bible is supported by empirical, archaeological evidence. Men of […]

Grow Anywhere

April 1, 2007 by  
Filed under Personal Development

The study of nature is truly fascinating, especially the study of plants. It’s particularly intriguing to see plants growing under some of the harshest conditions of cold or heat and in some of the most unusual places. Some survive in the cracks of concrete pavement, on bare rock, or way above the ground on high-tension […]

The Days of Unleavened Bread

When God brought the Israelites out of Egypt, His intent was to make them a model nation. He wanted them to be a light to the world, so He gave them specific statutes and judgments, and warned Israel to follow His instructions. God’s instructions to Israel included a series of divinely appointed festivals that were […]

Letter to Polycrates

April 1, 2007 by  
Filed under Biblical History, Is it Christian?

Controversy was brewing again, not a bit unusual in the Second Century, since the departure of the highly respected and last living apostle ‘Saint’ John. It was near the close of the Second Century in Ephesus, Asia Minor, an area where great men of God such as the apostles Paul and John, had trod the […]

Repentance – The Starting Point

Jesus said, “Repent ye, and believe the gospel!” John the Baptist shouted, “Repent!” Peter, on the Day of Pentecost announced, “Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit” (Acts 2:38). Later he said, “Repent […]

Addicted to Death

I tell you the truth, everyone who sins is a slave to sin.” (John 8:34, NIV) Here and Now The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines addiction as: a devotion or surrender of oneself to something habitual or obsessive. The addict ignores all common sense and rational thinking and becomes a slave to their addiction. Many people today, […]

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