ARTICLES

The Way of Salvation (97)
/ The Assurance of Salvation (20) / The Holy Bible (28) /
The Person of Christ (34) / The Death & Priesthood of Christ (9) / 
Mary the Mother of Jesus (11) / Life after Death (20) / The Church (37)
/ Other Religions & Christianity (31) / Cults (24) /
The Bible & Science (20) / Prophesy-End Times (33) /
Devotional - Spiritual Progress (17)
 

THE WAY OF SALVATION
Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved.  Acts 4:12


v Ultimate Questions  
Life is full of questions. Some trivial, some more serious and some vitally important. But the greatest, the ultimate questions are about God and your relationship to him. You'll find these questions and many more are answered simply, clearly and directly. 


v   How can I know the Way?
This is a crucial question. How you answer it will have eternal consequences for you. Many leave the answer to this vital question to their religious leaders. If, at the end of life they are wrong, it will be too late to do anything about it.


v   God's Way of Salvation
God's way of salvation set forth by illustration, comparison and contrast. Answers many of the questions and objections people make about becoming a Christian.


v   Able to save
The Lord Jesus is a Great High Priest for true believers - but who are they and what does he do for them?


v   The Two Musts that Christ taught
"Must" - a word of immense depth and moral power in both cases. Let us ponder it for a few moments; for, though but a word of one syllable, it contains a volume...


v   Repentance
Have you been taught that when you sin, penance is necessary to make things right. Wrong! Find out the Biblical meaning of repentance


v   ABC of the Gospel
These basic building blocks may seem simple, but they are very important, since they form the foundation for our future learning and understanding.


v   Religion or Christ - What is the Difference?
Most people are religious to some degree yet it has glaring limitations. It can change the outside but only Christ can change a person from within. Explore this excellent article to find out the difference between Religion and Christ.


v   How can I know the Way?
This is a crucial question. How you will answer it will have eternal consequences for you. Many leave the answer to this vital question to their religious leaders. If, at the end of life they are wrong, it will be too late to do anything about it.


v   15 reasons why Jesus came
All are sound Biblical reasons. Check it out.


v   Have you ever been deceived?
Deceived people are not even aware they are being misled unless they are confronted with the truth. Tragically, many go to their graves deceived about their relationship with God.


v   Forgiveness
Confession, absolution and biblical forgiveness clearly explained by Richard Bennett who was  a Catholic Priest for 22 years.


v   Barabbas or Jesus
Barabbas or Jesus? becomes now the question. They cried out all at once, "Away with this man, and release unto us Barabbas!" The crowd choose Barabbas. What is your choice?


v   Heaven and how to get there
Most people want to go to heaven. But what sort of place is it and how do you get there?


v   Are you looking for God?
If this is the longing of you heart make the wonderful discovery - He is looking for you.


v   The Two Ways
Jesus spoke about two ways that led to two different destinies. Explore this chart and see which one you are on.


v   Why did Christ die?
Before He ever died He predicted the manner of His death; He knew beforehand all the torture, the suffering, the shame which would be heaped upon Him. He knew they would nail Him to a Cross. But why did He die?


v   10 Reasons to believe Christ
Christ is more than a system, tradition, or belief. He is a Person who knows our needs, feels our pain, and sympathizes with our weakness. In exchange for our trust, He offers to forgive our sins, to intercede for us, and to bring us to His Father. He cried for us, died for us, and rose from the dead to show that He was all He claimed to be.


v   The Reason Why
Discusses - Is there a God?, Is the Bible true?, Is man accountable to God? Is there divine forgiveness?


v   Jesus the Saviour
For whom was all that suffering undergone, which Jesus endured at Calvary?


v   Five great imperatives
The word "must" places beyond doubt the imperative nature of each subject presented. Our meditation upon these five portions of scripture is both simple and solemn for those who are not saved.


v   When the party is over
We seek constant amusement in the pursuit of happiness. We need non-stop activity to fill the emptiness inside, to fight the boredom that surrounds us. Drugs, alcohol, immoral sex, money, and rock and roll are some of the most popular choices in this never-ending party called life.


v   Where are your sins?
A vital question for everyone. It is not are you religious or irreligious? The Lord Jesus said - if you die in your sins, where I am you cannot come.


v   The Way of Cain
Why did God reject Cain's sacrifice in Genesis 4? Was a sin offering required back then or was it Cain's attitude that made the sacrifice unacceptable?


v   Dr Law and Dr Grace
Dr. Law will show you where you're wrong and Dr. Grace will make you right.


v   No escape and no place to hide
The masterminds of the Madrid bombing (11 March 2004) had a hideout which was discovered by the police. They escaped justice in this life by committing suicide. Where is their hiding place in eternity?  


v   Are you saved?
A simple question. If you are not then you are lost. Eternity is a long time to be wrong.


v   There is a way which seemeth right unto a man
If you tell him that no one has ever been saved by good works, he still has every confidence that he will be the first to beat the system.


v   The words of the Lord Jesus from the cross
He spoke seven times when hanging on the cross. Read this poem to find out what He said.


v   Jesus was a magician
If he was where is the evidence. Examine the facts for yourself.


v  Is faith a gift of God
This is generally a question that comes from those who are commonly called Calvinists.


v   The work of Christ

The Word of Christ from three different perspectives - past, present and future.


v   The death, cross & blood of Christ
These three terms are prominently used in the Bible to tell the wondrous story of the redemption that is in Christ Jesus.


v   Grace
We often sing about it - Amazing grace! But what exactly does it mean?


v   The Fool
Denying the existence of fire does not keep a man from getting burned by its flames.


v   Repentance
The Bible says - God now commandeth all men everywhere to repent. Find out why it is so important.


v   Sinners in the hand of an angry God
One of the greatest sermons ever preached. Well worth reading.


v   The Great White Throne
It never ceases to amaze me how people can believe their sins are forgiven, yet they still believe they will be judged later. It makes one wonder if they understand what forgiveness really is.


v   Twelve essential gospel facts
A succinct overview of the what the gospel is. Each fact clearly established by the words of scripture.


v   How to become a Christian
This article gives you a Biblical summary of what you need to know and do.


v   What are we living for
Is it perhaps a stage-play -- are we here to act our part for a few brief moments, only to disappear behind the stage forever? Or is life a trip that takes us somewhere, and if so, what is our final destination?


v   The two roads
Which one are you travelling on? Your destiny is determined by it.


v   Is there emptiness in your life?
Find out how this void can be filled.


v   The greatest text in the Bible
No other verse, as far as I can see, gives us wonderful precious truths so clearly and so distinctly.


v   Is religion just a crutch?
John Lennon expressed this sentiment in his song "Imagine" when he wrote, "Imagine there's no heaven, and no religion too."


v   Missing heaven by 18 inches
Eighteen inches is not very long but in spiritual terms it is vast.


v   Three Great Facts
Do not imagine God views your sins and your guilty state by nature as lightly as you do. He says you are lost, and if He meet you as you are He must judge you for your sins.


v   The Twin Towers
September 11, 2001- Terrorists demolished the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York City. Where was God in all this and why did He allow it to happen?


v   Good works are they necessary for salvation?
They are not the cause of salvation but its result.


v   Religion or Salvation - which have you?
Men are willing to give head knowledge to the claims of Christianity but refuse to accept in their hearts the Christ of Christianity.


v   Do not become a Christian...
You can become a Christian for the wrong reasons. Find out what the right reasons are.


v   New Birth
A well illustrated article about the new birth . It explains what it is and how you can experience it.


v   Why can't I be happy?
The world is filled with so many unhappy people. Why? Has society let them down? Is happiness an impossible goal? Has God failed them?


v   Are we justified by faith or works?
According to the Scriptures we are justified by both. Find out the Biblical meaning of both.


v   Salvation - not sacramental
Written by Richard Bennett who was a Catholic Priest for 22 years. Examines the 7 sacraments of the Catholic Church.


v   Questions and Answers - Eternal Security
Twenty-four sound biblical answers about this vital topic 


v   What is original sin & does baptism take it away?
Baptism does not take away any kind of sin. But...


v   Search me O God
If we ever needed anyone to reach down in the depths of our hearts  to find out what is unholy so that it can be removed, it is God.


v   So rich a crown
See from His head, His hands, His feet / Sorrow and love flow mingled down; / Did e'er such love and sorrow meet, / Or thorns compose so rich a crown. 


v   Atonement
This article leads us through scriptures to show the reason, the problem, and the solution for our sin problem.


v   New Relationship
This is life eternal, that they might know Thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom Thou hast sent. John 17:3


v   Man's sin and God's salvation
Man's Sin or God's Salvation: Which is it for you?


v   Christ and the two thieves
One was saved in the very hour of death - so none may despair, the other was lost so none may presume.


v   What is your plan?
The solemn and unavoidable fact is that the plans of individuals and nations fail because they depend upon fallen creatures.


v   The Crucified Jesus, Mary and the dying thief
Mary stood by the cross. To whom did the dying thief appeal for salvation. Christ or Mary?


v   Judicial and parental forgiveness
Two different kinds of forgiveness are found in the Scriptures, and if we are going to be careful students of the Word, we must learn to distinguish them.


v   Experiencing the Love of God
The most precious reality in Christian experience following the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit is personal knowledge of God.
 


v   Questions and Objections 1
Answers important questions about sin and salvation.


v   Questions and Objections 2
Explores the excuses people make about becoming a Christian.


v    Questions and Objections 3
Yet more excuses people make about becoming a Christian.


v   Questions and Objections 4
Why is there so much suffering in the world? / Can we trust the Bible? / What about dinosaurs and evolution etc.


v   God's Loving Anger?
What about God's anger? When was the last time you studied the subject? When was the last time you heard a sermon or Bible study on this theme? This is perhaps the least explored side of His mercy and grace. But to appreciate God's loving anger is to understand the surprising side of His grace.


v   What is a personal relationship with God
What does it mean when a person claims to have a personal relationship with God? Would you claim that for yourself? Does anyone really hear from God, talk to God, or have the kind of inside track with Him that would justify such a claim?


v   Salvation - is it a matter of balancing the good and the bad?

A series of letters published in The Times (of Malta)


v   Christmas - What do you think of Christ?
Reader, how many of those who keep Christmas ever consider why Christmas is kept?  How many, in their Christmas plans and arrangements, give a thought to Him? Without whom there would have been no Christmas at all. 


v   The Biblical Teaching of Justification
It is essential that we understand correctly what the bible teaches on this subject. And this begins with a biblical understanding of the nature of God. Why? Because all biblical teaching on salvation is rooted in the character of God himself.


v   Is it possible for good people to wind up in Hell?
What do you think? Find out what the Bible says about this important question.


v   If and man thirst let him come unto me and drink
What a claim! Have you a spiritual thirst? Find out how it can be quenched - bringing to you everlasting satisfaction.


v   Repentance and Faith
To repent does mean a change of mind; but then it is a thorough change of the understanding and all that is in the mind.


v   Five important days
Two of these days are known to you, and three are unknown. All five are known to God.


v   How can I know the way?
Some people think that all roads lead to heaven. But do they? To take the wrong road will have eternal consequences for you.


v   Tried by its fruits
If the tree of Christianity bore more fruit, the axe of infidelity would never harm it, and would be laid to its root in vain.


v   George Whitfield's text
In his day he preached over 18,000 sermons to multitudes. His favourite text was...


v   Rejecting the words of Jesus
Those who dismiss or renounce the words of Jesus Christ may not be aware, that they are also rejecting Him. Jesus said, "He who rejects Me, and does not receive My sayings, has one who judges him; the word I spoke is what will judge him at the last day."


v   Religious but not right with God
It is a delusion to think that performing a religious duty can make us right with God.


v   God's answers to man's questions
Thirty -five questions answered from the Word of God.


v   Forgiveness of Sins
The Bible says, ' through this man is preached unto you the forgiveness of sins'. Acts 13: 38


v   Five good cheers
Take a look at five good cheers God is prepared to give to you. They will guarantee your present and eternal satisfaction.


v   What can I expect as a Christian?
Like anything you do, you should count the cost before you commit to something.


v   What happened to the doctrine of repentance?
Everyone knows they are not perfect but for most sinners that is consolation, not condemnation. But the Bible declares all sinners are already condemned.


v   Forgiveness
Find out how can you know the forgiveness of God.


v   Bless me Father

Check and see if this issue is answered with just the Word of God.


v   Why Jesus the only Way?
Jesus' miracles are a proof that He was right about who He said He was.


v   Questions every Roman Catholic should answer
Eighty two important questions every Catholic should examine to see if what they believe has a Biblical basis. 


v   Divine forgiveness - joyful assurance or false hope
Eighty two important questions every Catholic should examine to see if what they believe has a Biblical basis. 


v   The seven 'I wills' of Christ
Seven 'I will's' give us a valuable insight into the thoughts of the person of Christ.
 


 

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THE ASSURANCE OF SALVATION
'...that you may know that you have eternal life'.
1 John 5: 13


v   The Assurance of Salvation
If you begin to doubt your salvation because you don't "feel" saved, then stop trusting your feelings and start trusting God and His word.


v   How to be sure
I have tried for years to answer that question, but I just cannot find anyone to tell me how to be sure.


v   10 Reasons to believe Christ
Christ is more than a system, tradition, or belief. He is a Person who knows our needs, feels our pain, and sympathizes with our weakness.


v   Croagh Patrick - Mountain of Hope
You may be interested to know that pilgrims have been coming here to climb "Ireland's Holy Mountain" for many generations. It usually takes about two hours to reach the summit.


v   The Believer's Position in Christ
I don’t know of anything that is more crucial as a foundation to the Christian life, than for the believer to see what has been completed for him ‘in Christ Jesus’.


v   Blessed assurance
Many souls have been held hostage to their doubts and fears without the assurance of salvation. It would hardly be salvation, if I wasn't sure of it... because among many things salvation means that I have been saved from these fears.


v   Eternal Security  Can it be lost once?
This question is often asked because the assumption is made that their salvation depends upon what they are and what they do. Explore what the Word of God says on this vital topic.


v   The Assurance of eternal life
Those who reject eternal security must explain why they do not also reject everything else described as eternal.


v   If I sin after I'm saved
Do you think I would still be able to enter into heaven?


v   You have God's Word on it
Find out the bad news about yourself and then the good news that can change you and your destiny forever.


v   What if...
What if... your life were to end today? What if you are not 100% certain that you would go to Heaven?


v   Spiritual Growth
If you are a Christian, you ought to be continually realizing a deeper and more blessed consciousness of Christ's love and favour as yours. A wonderful exposition of the scriptures.  


v   The Permanence of Salvation
Can we lose our salvation? Can the belief of "once saved always saved" be biblically supported? Or is it merely an easy out for those who want the benefits of eternal life without having to give up the temporary pleasures of sin?


v   Hoping but not knowing
We interviewed Catholics leaving Mass. We asked them how they hoped to get to heaven and whether they thought that they were going to make it. Find out their answers.


v   Eternal Security
Our confidence for eternity rests in His unchanging love and grace and the sufficiency of God's provision in Christ - not in our worth or performance. Only when this is clear do we have real peace with God.


v   The Fruit of the Spirit
First of all, notice that the fruit of the Spirit is just that, of the Spirit.  It is not your fruit, but the fruit of the Spirit of God.


v   Questions and Answers - Eternal Security

Twenty-four sound biblical answers about this vital topic 


v   New Relationship
Forgiving the sinner and declaring him just comes only on the basis of Christ having paid the full penalty demanded by God's justice against sin, and the sinner having accepted that payment on his behalf. 


v   Your new life in Christ
Paul tells us to study God's word that we might be approved by God. A Christian who doesn't spend adequate time in God's word is a disobedient Christian.


v   Thirty eight things that happen when you get saved
Here is one thing - But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name. John 1:12 Explore the rest.


 

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THE HOLY BIBLE
And that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus. 2Timothy 3:15


v   The certainty of the Written Word of Truth
In the New Testament, it is the Written Word of God, and that alone, to which the Lord Jesus Christ and His apostles refer as the final authority. 


v   God's Word not to be refused
'See that ye refuse not him that speaketh. For if they escaped not who refused him that spake on earth, much more shall not we escape, if we turn away from him that speaketh from heaven.'  Hebrews 12: 25


v   The New Testament Writers conspired together
It is certainly possible that the New Testament writers worked together and concocted a plan to use a good man named Jesus, who had recently died, in order to gain power and influence for themselves.


v   Are Bishops the only interpreters?
Paul said man-imposed religions may have an appearance of wisdom but their commandments and teachings only keep people in legalistic bondage and have no value (Col. 2:20-23).


v   The Living Word of God.
Even such a determined proponent of evolution as Richard Dawkins confesses that living things "give the appearance of having been designed for a purpose."


v   New Testament was written hundreds of years after Christ?
Though some say that the New Testament was written 100-300 years after Christ died, the truth is that it was written before the close of the first century by those who either knew Christ personally, had encountered him, or were under the direction of those who were His disciples.


v   Rejecting the words of Jesus
Is it rational or sensible for Christians, who say they believe in Jesus, to deny His teachings and promises?


v   The New Testament writers
The New Testament writers were certainly biased, but their bias was towards honesty and truth, not deceit.


v   10 reasons why I believe the Bible
If satisfactory proof could not be found that the Bible was God’s Word I would give the whole thing up, cost what it might.


v   The Bible - Its Inspiration
What is truth about the Inspiration of the Bible?  This is a question of supreme importance in the present day. 


v   Why the Bible alone
Where in Scripture is the doctrine of Sola Scriptura taught? Find out.


v   Hasn't the Bible been rewritten many times?
The New Testament documents are very accurate. Check the facts for yourself.


v   101 Scientific Facts & Foreknowledge
Scientific research continues to unfold the wonders and mysteries of our universe. Interestingly, there is one book that has anticipated many of these scientific facts. That book is the Bible.


v   Is the Apocrypha scripture?
The Jews of Palestine never accepted the Apocrypha as part of their sacred Scripture.


v   The Bible and the Book of Mormon
What's the point of this comparison? It shows that the Book of Mormon has committed plagiarism by utilizing the King James Bible without giving credit to whom credit is due.


v   Studying Scripture
The New is in the Old contained, the Old is in the New explained.


v   The Bible is the Word of God
Yet many people remain sceptical. They cannot appreciate the beauty of God's Word because they do not know God.


v   How do we know the Bible...
Can an intelligent person believe in the Bible?


v   The Truth - explained
'And Jesus answering said to them, Do ye not therefore err, because ye know not the scriptures, neither the power of God?'
(Mark 12:24)


v   Manuscript Evidence
Professor F. F. Bruce said: 'There is no body of ancient literature in the world which enjoys such a wealth of good attestation as the New Testament.'


v   Archaeological Evidence
Amazing facts. Check them out for yourself.


v   Fulfilled Evidence
Fulfilled prophecy is powerful evidence that the Bible is divine rather than human in origin.


v   Statistics of Bible's Power
The Bible contains 66 books, written by approximately 40 different writers, over 1600 years, on 3 different continents, in 3 different languages, on thousands of different subjects, yet with one central theme.


v   The Bible alone - is it sufficient?
The New Testament writers constantly appealed to the scriptures as their base of authority in declaring what was and was not true biblical teaching.


v   How to study the Scriptures
The infinite depths of Holy Scripture, like the exhaustless resources that are in God and the moral glories of the Person of Christ, are only unfolded to faith and need.


v   Meditating on the word of God
We are too busy entertaining ourselves to think of God.


v   Scriptural Truth for Roman Catholics
Both Scripture and history testify to the authenticity, reliability, efficiency, and sufficiency of the Bible.


v   Searching the Scriptures - Doctrinal Summaries
An examination of many of the major doctrines of the Bible. Well worth exploring!


v   Scientific accuracies of the Bible
The Bible is not a book about science, but when it does speak scientifically, it is accurate. In fact, it was far ahead of any other writing of its time.
 


 

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THE PERSON OF CHRIST
Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person, and upholding all things by the word of his power, when he had by himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high. Hebrews 1:3


v   The Supremacy of Christ
Examine a host of references from Scripture proving conclusively the supremacy of Christ.


v   Jesus is God
More Biblical references proving the deity of Christ.


v   The Pre-eminence of the Lord Jesus Christ
They place Him alongside of Buddha, Confucius and Socrates. In doing this His fullest glory is denied and the Lord of all is dishonored.


v   The Incarnation
Without the Incarnation, mankind was doomed eternally.


v   The Priesthood of Christ
Plainly therefore it is for a delivered people that Christ is viewed as a merciful and faithful high priest


v   Christ's Exalted
He has done all that was necessary to be done, to make an atonement and an end of sin. He has done so much, that it will never be needful for him again to be crucified.


v   So rich a crown
He arrived on the dark side of the planet, for it was night when He appeared. Yet that darkness must give way and bow to the Effulgence of God.


v   Did Jesus ever say He was God?

What did Jesus say about himself? Did he ever identify himself as God? According to the Bible...absolutely!


v   Christ is risen

Examine some of the implications of the resurrection of Christ.


v   Names and Titles
Explore the many names and titles found in the Bible.


v   Who is this man who said He was God?
He claimed to be God. But who is He?


v   How do we know that Jesus ever lived?
Are there any historical writings, other than the Bible, that prove that Jesus ever really lived?


v   The sufferings of Christ
He also suffered for sin, sacrificially and judicially, at the hands of God and this only "on the tree." And this secures blessing for men as it has secured glory for God.


v   The Man Christ Jesus
Consider how great this man was and is, and is to be, even the Man Christ Jesus.


v   The amazing prophesies of Names
This is the claim of the Bible, and the heartbeat of the Christian faith: Jesus Christ is God and He came into the world to save sinners. What is your response to that claim and to the evidence that He is the only deliverer for sin-laden, lost people who are the object of God's love?


v   Prophesies, the Bible and Jesus
Fulfilled prophecy is strong evidence that God is the author of the Bible because when you look at the mathematical odds of prophecy being fulfilled, you quickly see a design, a purpose, and a guiding hand behind the Bible.


v   100 Truths about Jesus
They will give you a wonderful insight into who He is.


v   The moral glory of our Lord Jesus Christ

Every expression of Himself in every measure, however small, and in whatever relationship it was rendered, was incense.


v   Studies - The Lord Jesus Christ
After you have read these wonderful studies about the Lord Jesus you will want to download a copy for constant personal reference


v   Light of the World
For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.


v   he extraordinary Claims
The evidence of fulfilled prophecy, eyewitness records, and changed lives of the disciples is enough to convince many people who believe in God that Jesus rose from the dead.  This is a logical conclusion based on the presupposition and the evidence.


v   Prophesies - The birth of Christ
I would like to invite you to climb on board an imaginary time machine with me for an intriguing journey back into history.


v   Jesus Son of God
An explanation for Muslims. Arabs, for example, are commonly known as "sons of the desert". Nobody would ever think that the desert would have given physical birth to the Arabs. No, the term "sons of the desert"


v   The Immutability of Christ
Alas! for our changes, and hallelujah to him that hath no change.


v   The I AM sayings of Jesus
Jesus did many more miraculous signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book. 'But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.' John 20: 31


v   Divine Trinity
There are many examples of tri-unity. Find out what they are.


v   Joseph as a type of Christ
Eighteen parallels between Joseph and Jesus.


v   Jesus resurrection was physical
The resurrection of Jesus is so important that without it Christianity is false. 


v   The Impeccability of Christ

The Lord Jesus walked here for God's pleasure amidst the moral corruption of earth. He arrived at Calvary in spotless perfection, that was impossible to mar.


v   A Greater than is here
He is greater than the temple, greater than Jonah and greater than Solomon.


v   Who is Jesus according to the Apostle John?
Who is the true Saviour? Is he God or not? Is he an angel who became a man or not? Or is he merely a great teacher?


v   The Disciples stole Jesus' body
This possibility has been raised by critics ever since Jesus rose from the dead. 


v   That worthy name

Do not they blaspheme that worthy name by the which ye are called?


v   The Miracles of Jesus
The miracles of Jesus attest to who Jesus was, God in flesh.

 

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THE DEATH & PRIESTHOOD OF CHRIST
And every priest stands day after day ministering and offering time after time the same sacrifices, which can never take away sins. But this man after offering one sacrifice for sins forever, sat down at the right hand of God.
Hebrews 10:11-12


v   Transubstantiation & the real presence
There is no indication in the biblical accounts of the Last Supper that the disciples thought that the bread and wine changed into the actual body and blood of Christ.


v   The Priesthood
A common thread that runs throughout the experiences of former priests is this: we had a great yearning to be different.


v   Eat my flesh and drink my blood
As with each of the seven miracles in John’s Gospel, Jesus uses the miracle to convey a spiritual truth.


v   Is it right to say that God died on the cross?
The title "God" refers to the Triune God, in the Persons of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. They did not all die for our sins.


v   The Cross of Christ
To better understand the significance of Christ’s death it is worthwhile having a closer look at the ceremonies performed during the Old Testament.


v   No more sacrifice for sin
It is a serious thing to know about Christ and His sacrificial death, and then to reject it.


v   The Mass from Mystery to Meaning
As I sought a clearer understanding of this mystery, my search led me to the Sacred Scriptures.


u    Is the Mass the real sacrifice of Christ?
Despite almost forty years in the Catholic Church and experience as a catechism teacher, he didn’t know that the Mass was supposedly the actual sacrifice of Christ. Neither did he realize that he was not only attending Christ’s sacrifice, but he was participating in it.


v   The Bread of Life
Jesus said, 'I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall never hunger, and he who believes in Me shall never thirst” (John 6:35).


 

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MARY THE MOTHER OF JESUS
And he answered and said unto them, My mother and my brethren are these which hear the word of God, and do it.  Luke 8:21


v   The Parallel of Mary to Jesus
In spite of the Biblical truth, 'My glory will I not give to another,' Roman Catholicism constructs a parallel of Mary to Jesus, and even to the Holy Spirit. 


v   What view should Christians have of Mary
The Bible nowhere refers to her as the mother of God or implies in any way that she was born without sin. In fact, she herself recognized her need of a Saviour
(Luke 1:47).


v   Hail, Mary Co-Redeemer?
The prayer life of the Roman Catholic is quite different from the Bible believing Christian.


v   The myth of Mary's life-time virginity
The Word of God could not have made it any clearer that Mary had four sons besides Jesus, and that Jesus had both brothers and sisters.


v   Did Mary have other children?

The Bible is very specific in saying that Mary, the mother of Jesus, did have other children after Jesus was born.


v   The Virginity of Mary
Mary was a virgin at the conception and the birth of Jesus, her first-born son. However, the perpetual virginity of Mary is not taught in the Bible. This belief is an invention of human tradition.


v   The Assumption of Mary
This extraordinary claim was only officially declared to be a dogma of Roman Catholic faith in 1950.


v   The Crucified Jesus, Mary & the Dying Thief
The penitent thief had no need of an intercessor to touch the heart of Jesus. Although the mother of the Saviour was there present, he had not even a thought of addressing her. He understood that Jesus was his friend, his Saviour, and his God; and he did not deceive himself. He put his trust in Jesus and  in Jesus alone.


v   The Dogma of the Immaculate Conception
 
The first real advocacy of the dogma comes in the twelfth century in the writing of a British monk Eadmer.


v   The Dogma of the Assumption of Mary
Mary is last mentioned in Acts 1 where she is found praying with the other disciples before Pentecost. After that, the Bible is silent about her life and death.


v   Mary Worship
As a faithful Catholic, and later as a nun, I practiced Mary worship for many years without realizing it.


v   Mother and Child Worship
The story of the mother and child was widely known in ancient Babylon and developed into an established worship. Numerous monuments of Babylon show the goddess mother Semiramis with her child Tammuz in her arms.


 

ARTICLES

LIFE AFTER DEATH
And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment.  Hebrews 9:27


v   The soul neither mortal nor to sleep
You, therefore, alone of animals are morally responsible, alone must be raised from death, alone must give account to God.


v   Purgatory
Biblical salvation has no need for a place such as purgatory where the soul supposedly becomes objectively beautiful to God. Rather, it is rooted in God’s imputation of His own perfect righteousness (2 Corinthians 5:21).


v   What happens after death?
When people die they go to either one of two places, either to be with the Lord Jesus Christ in Heaven or, if unsaved, they go to the place that Jesus Christ called Hell.


v   Everlasting Punishment
Examine the Scriptures to see what it has to say on this important subject.


v   Eternal Destiny
What you believe will form your world view and will mould your conduct in this life and will determine your eternal destiny.


v   Death is a rude visitor
 
Death comes for whom it will and we cannot escape its touch. It will come for us all one day and with its grip we will be dragged from this life into the next.


v   Flee from the coming wrath
Your baptism, your church-going, your taking of the Lord’s supper, your reciting of church prayers, your family prayers, your giving of your money, everything of your own put together will all be less than nothing, and vanity, if you trust in it.


v   Will there be a second chance?

After death, all that remains for the unbeliever is judgment


v   Doctrine of Purgatory

To say that purgatory is a necessary purification is to deny that the grace of God is sufficient.  What a tremendous blessing to us that God has shown His unbounded love for us through His grace!


v   What does the Bible say about Soul-sleep?
The Bible tells us that the instant you die, you are taken to heaven or Hell based on whether you had received Christ as your Saviour or not.


v   In what way do we understand the word death
The first death we die is physical, then follows the second death after the resurrection. This Jesus spoke of in Matthew 10:28


v   Eternal punishment of the lost
The punishment of the wicked and the life of the righteous are for equal duration - 'for ever and ever.'


v   The consciousness of the soul after death
Is the soul conscious after death? This is not a new question. For centuries there have been certain religionists who have contended that the soul existed after death but that it was not conscious. Make sure you know what the truth is.


v   Give me the Works - Father
...confession, communion, and the anointing of the sick. The trilogy of sacraments known as the Last Rites. How efficacious are they?


v   Is the story of the rich man in Luke 16 a parable?
Those who would make this a parable with a symbolic meaning are only those who do not believe in the realities of life hereafter. This account clearly teaches what happened at that time to those who died lost and those who died saved.


v   Eternal punishment or universalism and annihilationism
I think you will agree with me that John 3:36 completely demolishes both these fatal errors.


v   A Loving God
Since God must punish the sinner for offending Him (breaking His holy and righteous law), and our works cannot undo the offence against God, then how are we going to escape so great a righteous judgment?


v   Heaven & Hell
Think for a moment – when was the last time you heard a sermon about heaven or about hell?


v   Is there life after death?
 
Jesus Christ came back from the grave in a real body, and so will all those who believe on Him.


v   Unsaved after death
People usually have one main argument against such preaching. 'God is too good to send people to Hell'. Find out what they say.


 

ARTICLES

THE CHURCH
The church is built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone. Ephesians 2:20


v   Were the early Christians Roman Catholic?
A detailed examination by one who was a nun.


v   Scriptural Overview of the Church of God  -  5 studies
These Chronicles seek to explain the importance of the churches to the heart of God and to discuss principles and modern day issues relevant to a church desiring to serve and glorify the Lord Jesus Christ alone.


v   Venerating statues
Catholics venerate statues of Jesus as a baby. But Jesus is not a baby. He grew up nearly 2,000 years ago. It may be alright to have fond thoughts of Jesus as a baby. However, it is not appropriate to worship Him as a baby. The baby Jesus did not save us from our sins.


v   Luther's 95 Thesis
People often make mention of them but do you know what they are?


v   Is there a purgatory?
Anyone who does not believe that Christ has completely saved him, has not completely trusted Christ to save him.


v   The Priesthood of all Believers
Every child of God on earth is a priest to worship, a Levite to serve, and a soldier to fight. This is the threefold character of every true Christian.


v   Confession of sin
Is it enough to say 'I have sinned'. Take a look a some you used the words but were not forgiven.


v   List of Heresies
Cardinal Newman, in his book, "The Development of the Christian Religion", admits that..."Temples, incense, oil lamps, votive offerings, holy water, holidays and season of devotions, processions, blessing of fields, sacerdotal vestments, the tonsure (of priests and monks and nuns), images....are all of pagan origin..." (page 359).


v   Scriptural Principles of Gathering
Find out what the Word of God has to say on this important subject.


v   Do not call anyone on earth your Father
Jesus said, 'And do not call anyone on earth father, for you have one Father, and he is in heaven.' (Matthew 23:9).


v   What about Church tradition - it and the Bible?
Beware least any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the traditions of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.


v   Christian Baptism
It is basically a simple act of obedience to the One who, as his Lord and Master, commanded it to be done. It is the duty of a Christian to obey his Lord unhesitatingly, for obedience is essential to discipleship.


v   Saint Patrick
Ireland has a very distinctive history. It was an island untouched by the Roman legions, and Patrick, the Evangelist, brought to it the Gospel of grace .


v   Baptismal Regeneration
The difference between faith in Christ alone and faith in Christ plus baptism has eternal consequences.


v   True & False Worship
Christ’s sacrifice marked the fulfilment and end of the priestly ordinances of the Old Testament, 'there is no more offering for sin.' (Hebrews 10:18).


v   Forgeries of the Papacy
This forgery is known as the Pseudo–Isidorian Decretals, written around 845 A.D. The Decretals are a complete fabrication of Church history.


v   Simply Christian - What are you?
In a world so filled with religious traditions and denominational structures, the concept of being simply Christians is difficult to communicate.


v   Peter - Was he the first Pope?
Peter himself would never accept this usurped title for it belongs to Another. Peter calls Jesus Christ 'the Chief Shepherd.' (1 Peter 5:4).


v   Roman Catholic Teaching on Salvation
According to the Church of Rome, Christ did not accomplish a full, finished and completed salvation in his work of atonement. His death on the cross did not deal with the full penalty of man's sin. Is it right?


v   The essential differences - Muslim and Christian beliefs
The Quran portrays God as a just and merciful judge, but doesn’t teach that human sin and distress cause Him suffering. It emphasizes the incomprehensibility of God more than His holiness and love.


v   Saints
In the early church, the title 'saint' is not restricted to a select group of dead and super Christians. Without exception, all Christians are saints. Every believer in Christ is a saint during his lifetime despite his imperfections.


v   Introduction to the study of Church Truth
The purpose of this article -to orient each Christian as to his position in and his responsibility to the revelation which God has given to the Church, particularly in view of Christendom today.


v   The Rock
The purpose of this study is to determine from Scriptural evidence what is meant by the term - 'this rock'. When we arrive at a definite conclusion from Scripture, as to who the 'rock.' Christ is speaking of in Matthew 16:18, we will then have our answer.


v   Essential Doctrines of Christianity
The Bible itself reveals those doctrines that are essential to the Christian faith. They are 1) the Deity of Christ, 2) Salvation by Grace, and 3) Resurrection of Christ, and 4) the gospel.


v   The Church – what is it?
The church, according to the scriptures, is not a building or meeting place, but rather the people themselves who gather together.


v   Holy Father?
These words spake Jesus, and lifted up his eyes to heaven, and said....Holy Father, keep through thine own name those whom thou hast given me, that they may be one, as we are. John 17:1,11


v   It is time Roman Catholics asked...
WHY has the Roman Catholic church removed the second commandment, which deals with idolatry, from the Ten Commandments in its catechisms?


v   Penance and Confession
For all practical purposes the Church abandoned in practice the teaching of biblical repentance. Men could now receive forgiveness for the same sins as often as needed no matter how often they sin.


v   Penance and Repentance
God forgives gratuitously, freely; God forgives on account of Christ’s sacrifice. Remission is in the name of Christ and not on account of anything we do. Our tears do not appease God's wrath but only the blood of Jesus.


v   Marks of a New Testament Church
As we read through the New Testament we see four things which marked the early New Testament churches. These will still be present in any assembly which is functioning in accordance with God's Word today.


v   Does baptism save people from their sins?
Should Babies be Baptized? If we look through the New Testament in all the instances where people were baptized, we will not find even one example of baptism being performed on a baby or a child too young to understand what baptism means.


v   Praying to dead saints
Jesus said, 'But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking. Matthew 6:7


v   Revelation and the Church
Jesus identified Scripture as the Word of God (John 10:35), but never Tradition. To the contrary, He condemned the Jews for elevating their Tradition to the same level of authority as God’s written Word


v   Praying to the Saints
I used to pray to Mary, the saints and the angels as well as to God. Everything changed when I was saved through faith in Christ Jesus. God became my dear Father and communion with Him became the sweetest experience of my life.


v   The Rosary
Firstly, consider the form of the rosary. It is 10 repetitions of the 'Hail Mary.' What did our Lord say about repetitious prayer?


v   Prayer - not repetition
Prayer is the privilege when we touch the heart of the Father through the Son of God, Jesus our Lord.


v   Hail Mary in the light of Scripture
In the 'rosary,' ten prayers are said to Mary for every one that is said to God the Father. In other words, Mary is pre-eminent ten to one over God! Mary is referred to as the 'mother of the church,' 'the second eve,' 'the queen of heaven. ' The queen of the universe,' 'co-redemptrix,' 'co-mediator,'...


 

ARTICLES

OTHER - RELIGIONS & CHRISTIANITY
'The world by wisdom knew not God ......  Christ the power of God  and the wisdom of God.'  1Corinthians 1: 21/24  


v   The I AM sayings of Jesus
He claims to be "the truth". This speaks of His utter veracity and reliability.


v   Hinduism
Man CANNOT earn or "realize" salvation through any works, meditation, or worship of created images.


v   From infidelity to faith
I am an agnostic. But I will say this - If you could prove to me that Jesus Christ is the Son of God I would trust Him as my Saviour.


v   Why would a good God allow suffering?
Does God hate me? Is this why He is allowing me to suffer like this? Why me and not others?


v   How much does God control?
Such people argue that the amount of pain and suffering in the world proves that if God is good He's not all-powerful, and that if He's all-powerful He isn't good.


v   Resurrection
Some claim - The disciples stole Jesus' body and faked His resurrection.


v   Common arguments people use to reject Christianity
A light hearted look... but sadly they are not that different.


v   Was Jesus a magician?
All sorts of excuses and challenges have been offered to contradict or explain away the miraculous accounts of Jesus' life.


v   Essential Doctrines of Christianity
The Bible itself reveals those doctrines that are essential to the Christian faith. They are 1) the Deity of Christ, 2) Salvation by Grace, and 3) Resurrection of Christ, and 4) the gospel.


v   History and faith
A supernatural person, according to modern historians, never existed. That is the fundamental principle of modern naturalism. The world, it is said, must be explained as an absolutely unbroken development, obeying fixed laws.


v   What is Jainism?

Jainism began in the 6th century as a reformation movement within Hinduism.


v   What is Sikhism?
Sikhism is the third major branch of Hinduism and was founded by a man named Nanak, who was born in India in 1469.


v   Let Us make man
Therefore, the 'us' in 'Let Us make man in our image' cannot be the angels.  Furthermore, people are not created in the image of angels, but of God.


v   What if it's true?
If He wasn’t speaking on behalf of our Creator, then He was either a very sick or evil man.


v   I am a Buddhist....
...why should I become a Christian? Jesus is not simply an answer among many others. All the world's religions have some level of truth in them, but ultimately, Jesus is the only answer to the human condition.


v   The World of Buddhism
Today the body of Buddha lies in a grave in Kusinara, at the foot of the Himalayan Mountains. The facts of life after death still remain an unsolved mystery in Buddhism.


v   Buddhism
At its root, Buddhism is a form of agnosticism or at least practical atheism.


v   Why I stopped following Buddha
No matter how long I meditated or what teachings I read, I could not fill this emptiness in my life.


v   The essential differences - Muslim and Christian beliefs
The Quran portrays God as a just and merciful judge, but doesn’t teach that human sin and distress cause Him suffering. It emphasizes the incomprehensibility of God more than His holiness and love.


v   The Quran confirms to-days Bible is unchanged

To prove that the twentieth century Bible is still authentic it only has to be compared with a copy from the sixth century.


v   The Trinity explained to Muslims
The blasphemous idea of Christians worshipping three gods comes from a wrong understanding of the Trinity.


v   Questions for Muslims
A series of vital questions for you to ponder.


v   Is Allah the name of God?
Of the 99 names of God in Islam, not one is 'Father'.


v   Muslim & Christian beliefs
The word "Allah" is the Arabic word for God. But...


v   Why Christianity can't compete with other religions
The claims of the Christian message are unique.  Everyone who has taken God at His word has found the promise true.


v   Reincarnation - does the Bible ...
Although reincarnation has ancient roots, its more modern, popular versions are modifications of the ancient, eastern beliefs of Hinduism.


v   I believe in reincarnation
What makes you think that reincarnation is true?  Believing it to be true doesn't mean that it is. 


v   The Tri-unity of God
Some critics of the Trinity doctrine claim that since the word "trinity" is not found in the Bible - it isn't true.


v   Judaism
The origin and development of Judaism is traced in the Old Testament. Moses was not the founder of Judaism.


v   What is relativism?
In order to say that something is wrong we must first have a standard by which we weigh right and wrong in order to make a judgment.


v   The Way, the Truth and the Life
A study on the Christian doctrine of the deity of Jesus Christ.


 

ARTICLES

CULTS
For the time will come when they shall not endure sound teaching...and they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.
2 Timothy 4:3-4


v   A Biblical response to Jehovah Witness
Jehovah's Witnesses are well-known for their denial of the deity of Christ. According to their theology, Jesus was an incarnation of the supreme archangel, not God in human flesh.
An article that exposes this error.


v   J W's - New World Translation - What Greek Scholars think
What 15 renowned Greek Scholars think about their translation of the Scriptures. 


v   Verses showing identity, ministry... of the Holy Spirit
A good study outlining many of the relevant scriptures on this important subject.


v   Forever and ever
The phrase is used to describe both God's eternal attributes and His eternal nature as well as eternal torment.


v    Scripture twisting methods of the cults
Explore the 20 methods they frequently use. 


v   The Trinity
Time is past, present, and future.  But, there are not three times, only one.


v   What is Christadelphianism?
Christadelphianism teaches the same two lies as literally every cult and false religion: they deny the deity of Jesus Christ and preach a works-based salvation.


v   Hell of the Bible
 Some think that, though they are not saved, they will be annihilated. Oh, it is a lie!


v   Universalism and the cults
Universalism teaches that all people will ultimately be saved no matter what they believe here on earth.


v   Eternal Destiny
So, what is your religion? What you believe will form your world view and will mould your conduct in this life and will determine your eternal destiny.  


v   What is Unitarianism?
the Unitarianism discussed here is that belief that denies the Trinity, the deity of Christ, the personhood of the Holy Spirit, eternal punishment, and the vicarious atonement of Jesus. 


v   Jehovah Witnesses - John 1 : 1
This is one of the most common verses of contention between the Jehovah's Witnesses and Christians. Their false assumption is that Jesus is not God in flesh, but Michael the archangel who became a man.  Therefore, since they deny that Jesus is divine, they have altered the Bible in John 1:1 so that Jesus is not divine in nature.


v   Jehovah Witnesses - Colossians1 : 15
Find out what is the difference in the Greek for 'first created' and 'firstborn'?


v   Jehovah Witnesses - Hebrews 1 : 8
Examine how the Biblical text is twisted to prove their point.


v   Jehovah Witnesses - John 8 : 58
The Jehovah's Witnesses deny that Jesus is God.  So, when it comes to translating and interpreting Bible verses that show the deity of Jesus, the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society will go to great lengths to support their false presupposition. 


v   Jehovah Witnesses - Doctrine
Examine their doctrine enshrined in their own publications with the Word of God.


v   Jehovah Witnesses - False Prophesies
If they are the only true church and are the only true voice of God's word, then what they say should prove to be true, especially in prophecy. When it comes to predicting the future, the Watchtower organization fails miserably.


v   A Biblical Response to New Movement
Check out these vital Biblical facts for yourself.


v   Spirituality and the New Age Movement
Is there something more to spirituality then a good feeling?  Something more then being tuned in to the chirps of the birds and the buzz of the bees?


v   10 Reasons I cannot Be A Mormon
Mormonism teaches that Christ and the Devil are brothers.


v   The Bible and the Book of Mormon
What's the point of this comparison? It shows that the Book of Mormon has committed plagiarism by utilizing the King James Bible without giving credit to whom credit is due.


v   What Mormon missionaries won't tell you
While trying to convince you that your Church is wrong and the Mormon Church is right, there are several points they intentionally leave out.


v   Mormonism
It claims - There are many gods, (Mormon Doctrine, p. 163); There is a mother goddess, (Articles of Faith, by James Talmage, p. 443); God used to be a man on another planet, (Mormon Doctrine, p. 321) ...and more


v   Why Mormonism is a cult
This page explains what specific LDS doctrines make the LDS church a cult.


 

ARTICLES

THE BIBLE & SCIENCE
 In the beginning (time) God created (energy) the heavens (space) & the earth (matter). Genesis 1: 1


v   The Creator God of the Bible
Many people wrongly place the creation of the world into the category of a 'Once upon a time’ narrative, or even a fable, without stating a valid reason for this assumption.


v   The Authority of Scripture
The charge that Christ was mistaken or merely accommodating to His hearers is impossible for a consistent Christian to hold.


v   Science and God
There are only two possible explanations for the existence of the universe and mankind: chance or design.


v   101 Scientific Facts & Foreknowledge
Scientific research continues to unfold the wonders and mysteries of our universe. Interestingly, there is one book that has anticipated many of these scientific facts. That book is the Bible.


v   There is no proof that God exists !
Sometimes an atheist asserts that there is no proof that God exists.  The only problem is that an atheist cannot logically make that claim.


v   I do not see any convincing evidence
Following are some of the approaches I use when dealing with atheists in conversations that deal with alleged lack of evidence for God's existence


v   Everything needs a Creator
If everything needs a creator, then no matter what exists, it must have been created. 


v   Creation - Where's the proof?
Why do we interpret facts differently? Because we start with different presuppositions. What are yours?


v   Atheism, evolution & purpose
This outline attempts to show that the evolutionary theory, based on naturalistic principles, leads to purposelessness.


v   God and evolution
Theistic evolution has enormous appeal. It seems to offer the best of both worlds. It offers the comfort and fulfilment of believing in God, and at the same time the security of fitting in with the major scientific consensus.


v   How much does God control?
Such people argue that the amount of pain and suffering in the world proves that if God is good He's not all-powerful, and that if He's all-powerful He isn't good.


v   Jesus Christ and the infallibility of Scripture
Jesus never belittled Scripture (as some modern critics do), or set it aside (as the Jewish leaders of His day had done with their Oral Traditions), or criticized it (although He criticized those who misused it), or contradicted it.


v   What if it's true?
If He wasn’t speaking on behalf of our Creator, then He was either a very sick or evil man.


v   Scientific accuracies of the Bible
The Bible is not a book about science, but when it does speak scientifically, it is accurate. In fact, it was far ahead of any other writing of its time.


v   The first book of public hygiene
The instructions recorded in Leviticus 15 are strikingly similar to modern disease-prevention techniques.


v   Dinosaurs and the Bible
Come and walk through history and uncover some amazing facts that will answer many of your questions about these ‘terrible lizards.’


v   What about the big bang?
The well-known British physicist, Stephen W. Hawking, identifies the ultimate question behind everything. ‘Today we still yearn to know why we are here and where we came from.’


v   Humans - Image of God or advanced apes?
Humans are very different from animals, especially in the ability to use language and logic.


v   What about carbon-dating
How does the carbon ‘clock’ work? Is it reliable? What does carbon dating really show? What about other radiometric dating methods? Is there evidence that the earth is young?


v   An open letter to an Atheist
A man and a rock are relatively the same. Both are just a collection of atoms. Is that all there is to it?


 

ARTICLES

PROPHESY & THE END TIMES 
'We have a more sure word of prophesy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts. 2 Peter 1:19


v   Prophesies - The birth of Christ
I would like to invite you to climb on board an imaginary time machine with me for an intriguing journey back into history.


v   Fulfilled Evidence
Fulfilled prophecy is powerful evidence that the Bible is divine rather than human in origin.


v   What does Matthew 24 teach?
He is answering three questions relative to Israel about their temple, His coming, and the end of this present age.


v   What does the beast of Revelation 13 stand for?
There are two beasts in Revelation 13 The first one is in the first verses, Revelation 13:1-8 and the second in Revelation 13:11


v   What is the great tribulation?
It is Christ alone who used the phrase "Great Tribulation" with reference to the last half of the Tribulation


v   Will the temple be rebuilt?
It would appear from Daniel 9:27 and 2 Thessalonians 2:2-4, that a temple will be rebuilt in Jerusalem at that time. The antichrist will sit in that temple and cause the Jewish sacrifices to cease.


v   Will there be war with Israel?
They never existed as a nation for twenty-six hundred years until 1948. There is much prophecy about Israel from Genesis 12 to Revelation 20. God has made promises to them and He will keep them.


v   The Lord is coming
The Lord’s Coming is in two stages. First stage, to the air, whither all who are Christ’s shall be caught up to meet Him. Second stage, to the earth to reign.


v   The amazing prophesies of Names
This is the claim of the Bible, and the heartbeat of the Christian faith: Jesus Christ is God and He came into the world to save sinners. What is your response to that claim and to the evidence that He is the only deliverer for sin-laden, lost people who are the object of God's love?


v   20 Facts about the coming of the Lord
The Lord Jesus Christ spoke frequently of His second coming. He announced it to His disciples. He gave them prophetically the program of the end of the age.


v   A form of Godliness
There are nineteen different things said about people in the last days.


v   A general resurrection
Regarding this resurrection it is very clearly states...


v   After the rapture of the Church...a second chance?
They had the opportunity but did not receive and believe the truth of God's salvation.


v   All people will stand before God
It is generally believed that there will be a time in the future when all people will stand before God and be judged for their sins.


v   Prophesies, the Bible and Jesus
Fulfilled prophecy is strong evidence that God is the author of the Bible because when you look at the mathematical odds of prophecy being fulfilled, you quickly see a design, a purpose, and a guiding hand behind the Bible.


v   Are the 10 lost tribes Jews?
Generally questions like this are always associated with British Israelism and Armstrongism who teach...


v   The Lord is coming
Our Lord’s long-promised Return appears to be at hand, so far as we can ascertain from the prophecy of the New Testament.


v   What is the Second Coming of Jesus Christ?
The Second Coming of Jesus Christ is the hope of believers that God is in control of all things, and is faithful to the promises and prophecies in His Word.


v   Matthew 24 and the Rapture
Does it teach that all those terrible things will have to happen before the Lord comes to rapture the Christians from the earth?


v   Will Jesus Christ come back to earth again?
The Second coming of Christ is taught from one end of scripture to the other.  It is mentioned more than His first coming in the Old Testament


v   Will there be peace?
Ever since the birth of these nations, around four thousand years ago, there has not been peace. There isn't any biblical reason to believe it will be any different today.


v   The Mid-night Cry
The second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ from heaven is the one all-important event placed before both saints and sinners in the New Testament.


v   How can I understand the Book of Revelation?
Don't spiritualise Scripture by assigning meanings to words or phrases when it is very possible that the author under the guidance of the Holy Spirit means for it to be understood as it is written.


v   Chart of the Book of Revelation
It gives an excellent overview of the Book of Revelation.


v   Characteristics of Second Coming
Some vital points for you to consider. His  coming will undoubtedly have great significance for you.


v   The Keys of hell and death
Jesus is the only person that has the keys of hell and death. He alone is the one that can unlock hell.


v   Who are the 144,000?
Sound biblical explanation as to who they are and what their mission is.


v   I am confused about the rapture
The rapture is for the Church and the Tribulation is for Israel.


v   What is the Anti-Christ?
The word “antichrist” is only mentioned five times in the Bible all in the epistles of John. What teachings we get will have to come for those epistles.


v   What is the battle of Armageddon?
The word Armageddon is taken from the Hebrew word “Megiddo” and in both cases it is referring to a place.


v   Premillennial Doctrine or Waiting for the Son
It is impossible that any one can be waiting for Christ's appearing, and not make efforts after increased holiness, separation, and devotedness of heart.


v   What is Israel's role in the end-times?
Does what is happening in Israel today mean the end times are quickly approaching?


v   What is the whore of Babylon?
The whore of Babylon is an evil world system, controlled by the antichrist, during the last days before Jesus’ return. You can read about it in Revelation Chapter 17 & 18


 

ARTICLES

DEVOTIONAL - SPIRITUAL PROGRESS
'Grow in grace and the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.' 
2 Peter 3:18


v   God's fullness for an empty Vessel
The fulness of God waits on an empty vessel. This great principle shines everywhere from Genesis to Revelation.


v   Have courage to live  with a different perspective
Christians should look at life from a different perspective because we are part of a different kingdom.


v   Spiritual Growth
If you are a Christian, you ought to be continually realizing a deeper and more blessed consciousness of Christ's love and favour as yours. A wonderful exposition of the scriptures.  


v   Qualifications for soul-winning
Written by a wonderful soul-winner - D.L. Moody. A sermon he delivered in Edinburgh, Scotland on the 7th December, 1873.


v   Things that are profitable

First and foremost in this list of things to profit is the Bible, the divinely inspired Word of God.


v   Genesis & Revelation - Amazing Contrasts!
Most are aware that Revelation is the grand finale of the Word of God. Perhaps some have a vague idea that in some way the first book - Genesis - is linked to it. Check out the many contrasts for yourself.


v   A Doctrinal discussion of Tongues
The Apostle Paul wrote inspired epistles to seven churches. In none of these letters did he mention the subject of tongues except to the church at Corinth. It is striking to note that this church is described by Paul as being carnal and childish.


v   Can a Christian live any old way?

If salvation is by grace alone and not by works then could not a Christian live any old way if grace alone saves?


v   What is a carnal Christian?
Christians who become carnal in their behavior, God lovingly chastens.


v   Spiritual conflict and the believer
There’s no deliverance in self, that’s for sure. Have you ever stood in a bucket, both feet, and tried to lift yourself off the ground? Absolutely impossible! 


v   Looking unto Jesus
One of the simplest and yet one of the mightiest secrets of abiding joy and victory is to never lose sight of Jesus.


v   The names of Jesus
Revel in the glorious titles of the Lord Jesus Christ.


v   Christian Devotedness
Written many years ago by a faithful servant of God. Its message is just as relevant today as it was then. ...clear declaration of our Saviour, that riches disturb the clearness and simplicity of its vision...


v   Twelve helps for young Christians

Sound spiritual and practical advice to help you make progress in the Christian life.


v   The sabbath and the Lord's day

Detailed article but well worth exploring. It is not true that one day in seven is the sabbath but the seventh day, any more than the dream of a change in the sabbath to the first day to constitute the Lord’s-day.


v   The Fruit of the Spirit
First of all, notice that the fruit of the Spirit is just that, of the Spirit.  It is not your fruit, but the fruit of the Spirit of God.


v   Studies - The Lord Jesus Christ
After you have read these wonderful studies about the Lord Jesus you will want to download a copy for constant personal reference. 


v   Feeding sheep or amusing goats
I do not her Him say, "Run after these people, Peter, and tell them we will have a new, kind of service tomorrow, something short and attractive with little preaching. We will have a pleasant evening for the people. Tell them they will be sure to enjoy it. Be quick, Peter, we must get the people somehow!"


v   Your new life in Christ
Paul tells us to study God's word that we might be approved by God. A Christian who doesn't spend adequate time in God's word is a disobedient Christian.


v   Thirty eight things that happen when you get saved
Here is one thing - But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name. John 1:12 Explore the rest.


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