In a few Bible verses, such as 2 Corinthians 5:15 and 1 Thessalonians 4:14 (depending on the translation), and many of the popular and ancient creeds, such as the Apostles’ Creed and the Nicene Creed, the phrase rose again is used in reference to Jesus’ resurrection. As a result, rose again has become commonly used… Read More What does it mean that Jesus rose “again”?
Do you sometimes judge others? Maybe for one reason or the other, do you sometimes condemn people (for not being beautiful, handsome, intelligent, truthful and many other reason(s))?. Then, you must read what the Bible have to say about that. Grab your Bible and open the Book of “Matthew 7:1–5”. Let’s read below… From the… Read More Matthew 7:1–5: This Is Why You Must Stop Judging People
What does the Bible really mean by we (me & you) loving our ‘enemies’? Well, the passage Luke 6:27 – 36 captioned all we MUST do to reamain faithful with God. Jesus in His word says; From the Bible 27 “But to you who are listening I say: Love your enemies, do good to those… Read More Luke 6:27-36 – This Is Why You Must Love Your Enemies
The Bible presents a clear path to eternal life. First, we must recognize that we have sinned against God: “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” ( Romans 3:23). We have all done things that are displeasing to God, which makes us deserving of punishment. Since all our sins are… Read More Find out how to spend eternity with God
As the title above “says” it all How to be rich under GOD or The Cure for Anxiety. Yes, without God we can do nothing, Jesus is our saviour, He owns everything here on earth, so who are ‘we’ to question Him? Matthew 6:25-34 caption all we must do to be rich under God (not… Read More Matthew 6:25-34: This is how to be rich under God (The Cure for Anxiety)
Genesis 5 tells us about Methuselah, who was the son of righteous Enoch. Enoch is one of only two people in Scripture who did not die but were transported miraculously into heaven ( Genesis 5:24). The other, Elijah, was taken up to God in a whirlwind (2 Kings 2:11). When Enoch was 65, he became… Read More Who was Methuselah in the Bible?
A mean-spirited person is one whose natural impulse is to cause harm or trouble for others. We are all mean-spirited at times, but this article will focus upon those whose personalities are characterized the majority of the time by hateful, rude, or spiteful behavior. Mean-spiritedness is part of our fallen sinful nature ( Romans 3:10,… Read More What does the Bible say about being mean-spirited?
There were a couple of prominent men in the Bible named Zechariah (alternate spelling Zacharias or Zachariah). One was an Old Testament prophet who prophesied in the days of Haggai and who wrote the book of Zechariah ( Ezra 5:1; Zechariah 1:1). This prophet is also mentioned by Jesus as having been murdered by the… Read More Who was Zechariah in the Bible?
“Does the vine and branches passage in John 15 mean that salvation can be lost?” Answer: In John 15 Jesus uses the relationship of branches to the vine to illustrate our relationship to Him: “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinedresser. Every branch in me that does not bear fruit he… Read More Does the vine and branches passage in John 15 mean that salvation can be lost?
– An illustration photo of Adam and Eve leaving Garden of Eden In Genesis 3:22 God says, “The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil.” Knowledge in itself is not wrong (see Luke 2:52), so what was so bad about man “knowing good and evil”? It is vital to know… Read More Why was it wrong for Adam and Eve to know good and evil (Genesis 3:22)?