Whose Slave Are You?

Slavery has been a part of human society and in different cultures for thousands of years.  We readily recall the enslavement  of Israel in Egypt, and how God used Moses to deliver them out of bondage. Then there was the infamous Trans-Atlantic slave trade and the extreme hardship when thousands of Africans and their descendants […]

Jesus Christ is Building an Organization

March 24, 2010 by  
Filed under Personal Development

Jesus Christ is building an administration. He is calling us to be kings and priests, and we will reign on the Earth with Him (Revelation 5:10). God is organized. We can look all around us and see symmetry, coordination, and interdependence. Throughout His Creation, from the planets and stars of galaxies beyond, to the smallest […]

The King is Coming

I will begin by stating boldly that Christ is coming back to Earth soon as King of kings and Lords of lords to establish the Kingdom of God. When He returns there will be signs and wonders in the sky and all those who are alive will see them. That’s one promise that will certainly […]

Storm Troopers

December 31, 2007 by  
Filed under Kingdom of God

There are many references in the New Testament of conditions described as warfare, the need for armour, and appeals to be a Christian soldier. We hear about battles and warnings not to let anyone steal your crown for the coming reward of immortality and rulership. So, some say it’s no wonder Jesus mentioned, “the violent […]

Kingdom Countdown

Jesus came preaching the gospel of the Kingdom, saying ‘The time is fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at hand.’” Jesus spoke these words more than 2,000 years ago; but as we have seen, the Kingdom of God has yet to be established in the earth. Just what did He mean when He said […]

The First Failure, The Second Triumph

December 31, 2007 by  
Filed under God, Repentance

The first man, Adam failed, but the Second was triumphant over death. What made Jesus, the Christ, victorious and did He really have anything in common with Adam? A contrasting look at Adam and Jesus shows our Saviour to be superior in nature and victorious in the flesh after confronting similar circumstances to Adam. These […]

The Voice of One Crying

December 31, 2007 by  
Filed under God, Prophecy, Repentance

‘Behold, I send My messenger, And he will prepare the way before Me. And the Lord, whom you seek, Will suddenly come to His temple, Even the Messenger of the covenant, In whom you delight. Behold, He is coming,’ Says the Lord of hosts.” (Malachi 3:1) This is a strong announcement from the Lord Himself, […]

The Birth of a King

December 31, 2007 by  
Filed under God, Kingdom of God

Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, the little Lord Jesus laid down His sweet head…” For many, this image of baby Jesus is burned into their minds each time they think of our Saviour. Others liken Jesus to a gentle lamb-delicate and docile. But how accurate are these representations of our Lord […]

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 […]

Who Really Killed Jesus Christ?

December 1, 2006 by  
Filed under God

Now, I know it’s hard to get our minds around this and go outside of our human perspective. However, our Bible demands that we view life from God’s outlook. Unless we are able to do this and rise above the quagmire of human prejudice, bias, personal opinion, partisanship, cultural standards and values, along with any […]

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