God is not ignorant. He’s omni everything. It was because Adam chose to listen to his wife and disregard the earlier instruction and warning from God that Adam, Eve and the rest of mankind was evicted. Yes, Eve was the one who was deceived by Satan and succumbed to temptation, but it was Adam who chose to put aside the wise command from God, accepted and ate the forbidden fruit. Continue reading 8 Biblical examples of Fatherhood
After comparing the Allah of the Qur’an and the Yahweh of the Bible, it should be apparent that they could not be referring to the same God. Continue reading Christianity and Islam: Diametrically Opposed
Paul acknowledged that although he’s saved, sin continued to live within him. Take note, he isn’t excusing Christians of sin. Instead, he’s reminding us that even though we will continue to sin, our true identity isn’t determined or found in our actions. Continue reading Free from the Law, bound to Christ
When reading the Bible, you’re bound to come across an assortment of behaviours, phrases and terms that might seem a bit odd or bizarre to the world of today. For example, have you ever been so sad, angry, desperate or depressed that you felt the need to tear your clothes? Continue reading Have you ever felt the urge to tear your clothes off?
One night I dreamed a dream.
As I was walking along the beach with my Lord.
Across the dark sky flashed scenes from my life.
For each scene, I noticed two sets of footprints in the sand,
One belonging to me and one to my Lord. Continue reading “Footprints in the Sand”
Instead of pointing fingers and blaming each other for this, that, and whatever, we need to step back and appreciate the truth: because of our inherited disobedience against God, we’re all dying. Yes, we’re saved by the grace of God through the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ, but our bodies are still going to die. Continue reading Deadly Viruses, a Good Creation and a Loving God
Whether it was a creative and quirky quote from the The Cat in the Hat card you received that one birthday, or the worn-out, dogeared book you’ve happened upon in a backpacker’s hostel or doctor’s waiting room, Dr. Seuss is a literary icon. Continue reading “Shorth is better than length”
Throughout the Old Testament, the Jewish nation of Israel was God’s chosen people. Through Moses, God led the Israelites out of their 400 or so years of slavery in Egypt and into the Promised Land of Canaan (modern-day Israel and … Continue reading “…there is no Gentile or Jew…”
When we look back through history, plagues and viruses are pretty regular, and as a Christian, I’m well aware of the prophecy of the Four Horsemen in Revelations 6:1-8. There’s been plenty of debate amongst historians, theologians, and doomsday advocates … Continue reading COVID-19…just another pandemic?
And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us; and we saw His glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth. Continue reading The Word Became Flesh?