Ministering to the Saints is Godly Work and a Labor of Love

Today when we think of the term "minister" or "to minister" in religious circles, what often comes to mind is the clergy of any church, whether dressed in suits, robes, or casual wear carrying out preaching or teaching or running a program for the congregation. However, in the Bible the word has broader application given... Continue Reading →

A Time to Love and a Time to Hate

I once made a comment on someone else's social media post pointing out that the very idea of hating someone for any reason, including skin color, was in direct opposition to what the Bible teaches, whether in the Old or New Testament. I wasn't expecting any response, but I got criticism from an unbeliever who... Continue Reading →

Professor of “Early Christianity” Claims Magic Helped Shape the Faith

"...magic was integral to the development of Christianity and other religions...," claims Shaily Shashikant Patel of Virginia Tech University who is an Assistant Professor of Early Christianity in her article, "Is magic immoral? It played a role in the development of early Christianity." Patel promotes herself as an "expert in ancient magic and early Christianity, [to] study how... Continue Reading →

How Christ’s Miracle and Educated Fools Drew a Man To Salvation

The interaction in John 9:24-34 between the religious leaders and the healed man who was born blind is an interesting passage. The formerly blind man ended up being wiser and more knowledgeable than those well-educated leaders who professed to be very wise. In verse 24, the educated fools grilled the healed man for a second... Continue Reading →

David Jeremiah’s Perspective on Prophecies in Revelation

David Jeremiah of Turning Point discusses with John Hull of 100 Huntley his highlighted views about the prophecies in the book of Revelation in this 13-minute video released on June 18, 2020. He covers the Antichrist, the false prophet, the mark of the beast, Israel, Christ's appearance at the Battle of Armageddon, and the Millennial... Continue Reading →

A Righteousness Exceeding That of the Pharisees

From the beginning of his spectacular ministry, the Lord Jesus Christ was falsely accused of trying to destroy the Old Testament teachings of Moses and the prophets. Scribes and Pharisees falsely claimed he endorsed the lifestyles of tax collectors and sinners, falsely implied that he promoted gluttony and drinking by not fasting, and that he... Continue Reading →

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