As the world commemorates Gay Pride Month, it is pertinent to explore how the teachings and actions of Jesus Christ, as recorded in scriptures, would guide his response during this period. Although the Bible does not directly address matters of sexual orientation or gender identity, the principles embodied in Jesus’ words and deeds provide valuable insights into his unwavering commitment to love, acceptance, and inclusivity. By examining scriptural references, we can gain profound wisdom on how to approach and support the LGBTQ+ community during this significant month of celebration.Continue reading Embracing Love and Understanding: Jesus Christ’s Example during Gay Pride Month
Jesus Christ is a central figure in Christianity, believed to be the Son of God and the savior of humanity. One of the most important aspects of Jesus’ life and ministry is his humanity. While he is considered to be fully God, he is also fully human. This means that he experienced all the joys, sorrows, and challenges of human existence. This article will explore the humanity of Jesus Christ and provide scriptural evidence for this belief.Continue reading THE HUMANITY OF JESUS CHRIST: HOW HE WAS FULLY HUMAN AND FULLY GOD.
Faith in God is a fundamental aspect of many people’s lives. It is a belief in a higher power that provides comfort, strength, and hope in times of uncertainty and adversity. Faith is not just a religious concept, but a universal one that is shared by people from all walks of life. It is the foundation of spirituality and a means of finding meaning and purpose in life.
Faith in God is rooted in the belief that there is a divine force that created and sustains the universe. This belief can be reinforced through personal experiences and encounters, religious teachings, and traditions. For many, faith is a way of connecting with something greater than themselves, and it provides a sense of purpose and direction in life.Continue reading HAVING FAITH IN GOD
The nature of God has been a subject of philosophical and theological inquiry for centuries. Throughout human history, people have attempted to understand the nature of the divine and the role it plays in the universe. While the concept of God varies among different cultures and religions, there are some common features that define the nature of God.Continue reading THE NATURE OF GOD
God designed human sexuality. Like everything else God created, it was originally perfect and innocent. But after human fell into sin, sex became a source of confusion and perversion.Continue reading WHY IS SEXUAL SIN SUCH A SERIOUS ISSUE?
It’s hard to find nice things to say about the woman whose name has become synonymous for being shameless, brazen, and morally bankrupt.
Jezebel came from royalty-her father was Ethbaal, a Phoenician king. She also married into royalty-her husband, Ahab, was the king of the ten tribes that made up the northern kingdom of Israel (1 Kings 16:29-33),Continue reading WOMAN OF THE DAY (JAZEBEL “HOW NOT TO LIVE YOUR LIFE”)
These verses occur in the context of presenting a sacrificial animal as an offering to the Lord. The Israelites believed the blood of such an animal was sacred, since it carried the very essence of life itself. In a sense, the blood was the ransom price that atoned for their sins. It was to be drained from the animal and poured on the ground at the base of the altar.Continue reading BIBLE CUSTOMS AND CURIOSITIES (EATING BLOOD FORBIDDEN)
Sin is ignoring God and disobeying His commands. When we ignore God, we cut ourselves off from the God who created us and who is essential for our life.Continue reading HOW CAN YOUR SINS MAKE YOU DEAD?
1.O Lord my God, in thee do I put my trust: save me from all them that persecute me, and deliver me:
2 Lest he tear my soul like a lion, rending it in pieces, while there is none to deliver.
3 O Lord my God, If I have done this; if there be iniquity in my hands;Continue reading SCRIPTURE OF THE DAY (PSALM 7:1-15)
If we tear our clothing, it is generally by accident unless we are tearing up an old garment for rags. This was not true in the culture of Bible times where the tearing of one’s garment was an external sign of one’s internal pain. The average person of the era did not have multiple changes of clothing like we do in our closets and dressers; consequently, they took great care to prevent accident tearing of their clothing (Exod 28:32; Matt 9:16; Mark 2:21). But there was “a time to tear and a time to mend” (Eccles 3:7); the time to intentionally tear was a time of intense grief that might have included repentance.Continue reading EVERYDAY LIFE IN BIBLE TIMES (TEAR A GARMENT PT 1 OF 2)