The preacher (i.e. the main character of the book of Ecclesiastes) at the end of his long existential ponderings and theological philosophies arrived at a conclusion; and the conclusion was … Continue reading The Whole Duty of Man
Every time you open your mouth, you form your future. There is a great connection between your words in the present to happenings in the future. Everything we see on … Continue reading Words and the Future
A cross is really just an instrument of death. In the days of Jesus in the flesh, whenever someone was accused of crimes against the nation (rebellion against government, disruption … Continue reading Take Up Your Cross
Indeed, 2 Corinthians 5:17 tells you that old things are passed away, you have become new. It is an irony for the flesh to still pull its stunts over you. … Continue reading Get Rid of Sin
Rebellion means opposition or disobedience to someone in authority. It is when you decide to go against what people above you say. Rebellion can be against God and it can … Continue reading Rebellion
Are you threatened by rejection and/or fear? Motivated by selfish interests, setting your prestige over the feelings and desires of others? Threatened by compulsion? All these among others are the … Continue reading From Anger to Love
Ephesians 4:26-27 says, "Be ye angry, and sin not: let not the sun go down upon your wrath: Neither give place to the devil". To a person who is just … Continue reading Anger without Sin, How Possible?
It is widely believed that the Christian life is not just difficult to live, it is impossible. How true is this assertion? Does it mean it is impossible to live … Continue reading The Impossible Christian Life