Ambassador Crocker Confirms Coup D?etat
The following news article has been?published at this site to educate Christians that what they believe to?be patriotic and effectual, is only a mask for the eventual suppression?of all that Christians and traditional Americans hold dear ? it is?therefore effective in understanding eschatology [the Biblical study of?end times].
Continue reading British in control of US foreign policy ? Afghanistan a defensive action only
Does Justice and Mercy?Ignore Proper Discipline?
Depending upon the?denomination or the specific congregation of Believers, secondary?doctrines can take on differing views. Whether the call is to give?money or time, involves proper dress, or deportment, or as well, what?can be considered proper food, or political discussions, differences?quickly degrade into name calling – couched behind religious?language. This one is a legalist and his antagonist is a liberal ??she may be called a heretic, and others the apostates.
Continue reading Antinomianism vs. Legalism
Christianity has its roots in?the Hebrew religion given by Yehovah [YHWH or YHVH] to Moses. From the?Jewish people we receive the Ten Commandments, the moral code, protocols?of worship, and our Messiah. The Jewish people are one of the oldest?cultures still existent ? practicing many traditions over 4,000 years?old.
Who are the Jewish people, is an interesting question? The chosen nation of God is a simple answer.
Continue reading Hebrews and Jewish people – who are they?
When there is?some confusion, for centuries, about an important topic, it is best to?lay the foundation for the correction in a terse manner, in order to?build the premise. ?Otherwise, there will be immediate contentions from a?myriad of secondary positions, and we will never get to the facts that?support the truth of the matter.
Continue reading Easter – is it a Christian or pagan holiday?
The Biblical definition for an ?antichrist? is found in 2 Jn 7:
?Many?deceivers, who do not acknowledge Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh,?have gone out into the world. Any such person is the deceiver and the?antichrist.?
The word deceiver in the Greek is ?planos,? and according to Vines Expository is: a proper adjective that refers to wandering, leading astray or seducing hearers. In 1Tim.4:1, ?planos? is used to denote seducing spirits and in Mt.27:63 and 1Cor.6:8, it is used with the definite article, and means, ?The Deceiver.?
Continue reading What an antichrist is, what he does, and the Christian response
The word ?judgmental? is not in the Konia Greek ? only the words ?Judgment,?? ?Judge ?and ?Justly? are to be found in the Greek.? The world judgmental is of English origin from 1909, and means to make harsh judgments.? Unfortunately, when someone uses this word [judgmental], that person is emphasizing an emotive property which is subjective, and not a factually subordinate term, which would be objective.? In essence a person who makes the charge that someone is ?judgmental,? is telling that someone how they FEEL, yet not defining the cause, or presenting the facts to substantiate the emotion.? The same could be said of the terms: argumentative and obstinate.
Continue reading Right judgment or judgmental?
All instruction concerning imperative Christian beliefs are inclusive within the concept of proper doctrine.? The preaching of Hell is one of those doctrines that are considered a subtopic within the primary doctrine of Eternal Judgment. It is therefore obligatory that the believer gain proper understanding?of the topic, and not be seduced by whimsy and rhetoric, ?into believing?heresies and apostasies ? doctrines of demons ? so commonly prevalent?in the past, and as well, today.
Continue reading Hell – to whom did Jesus warn about the fires and desolation of hell
WHAT TO DESIRE FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE ACTED BADLY
Now, a common occurrence among?Christians is to offer well meaning euphemisms to those who have?suffered harm from other people. ?Forgive them,? and ?Wish them well,??are a few examples of the quickly spent diplomacies. After all Jesus?gave his sermon on the mount ? to be found in Matthew chapters 5-7, and?in Luke chapter 6 ? the summation of which can be paraphrased as: love?your neighbor, even if he is your enemy, do good to them when they do?poorly to you, pray for them, if they steal from you don?t require it?back, and if they slap your face give them your other cheek. Further,?the Apostle Paul rendered his commentary of the Sermon on the Mount in?Romans 12 where he taught that we should forgive those that persecute us?? bless them, give them to drink, and feed them.
Continue reading Loving one’s enemy
You have heard it said that Saturday is the day of worship, because?it was part of the Decalogue, and nowhere has God said a different day?is to be used.? But you have also heard it said that Sunday is the day?of worship, since the Lord rose from the grave, and that the book of?Acts clearly states that the early disciples where found to meet?together on the ?First Day.?
Continue reading The day of worship ? Saturday or Sunday?
There was a rich man who had many children but the oldest were two twin daughters – for which he worked diligently that they may be educated and encouraged for the reception of their inheritance.? As the years went along, other local women of similar rank received dowries of gold, silver, precious gems, land, and cattle. Yet the rich man held back the inheritance from his daughters that he may find out how fit they were to manage a fortune.
Continue reading The parable of the rich man’s daughters