At Creation, God said to Adam and Eve, “see, I have given you every herb that yields seed which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree whose fruit yields seed; to you it shall be for food” (Genesis 1:29). At the beginning of time man was to eat of the products of both … Continue reading When did God First Allow Man to Eat Meat?
The parable of soils (grounds) sometimes called the parable of the Sower is well known and occurs in three Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke). We can learn much from this section of scripture as it is common to all men, women and children. Mark 4:14-20 (NKJV) 14 The sower sows the word. 15 And these … Continue reading Parable of the Soils and Applying it Today
Ephraem The Syrian (AD c. 303-373)Ephraem is venerated as a “saint” by the Catholic and Orthodox churches, but they would not allow him to teach his doctrine of prophecy today.Ephraem is called “the Syrian” because he lived in that region.He was a voluminous writer. Many of his sermons and psalms are included in the 16-volume Post-Nicene … Continue reading Ephraem the Syrian About the Pre-Tribulation Rapture in AD 373
Morgan Edwards (1722-1795)The Pre-Tribulation Rapture was taught by prominent Baptist leader Morgan Edwards. His Two Academical Exercises on the Subjects Bearing the Following Titles; Millennium and Last-Novelties was published in 1744 in Philadelphia.Morgan Edwards was one of the most prominent Baptist leaders of his day. He was the pastor of the Baptist church in Philadelphia and the … Continue reading Morgan Edwards wrote About the Pre-Tribulation Rapture in 1744
Sozo Prayer (Sozo from the Greek “save” or “deliver”) is defined as “a unique inner healing and deliverance ministry in which the main aim is to get to the root of those things hindering your personal connection with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.” Although this might sound good, its methods are far from it. … Continue reading Is SOZO Prayer Biblical?
Among commentators, there is an ongoing debate concerning Jesus’ Olivet Discourse. This end-time sermon is found in the synoptic gospels of Matthew 24-25, Mark 13, and Luke 21. While most commentators are okay seeing a fully futurist interpretation of Matthew 24-25 and Mark 13, many others have a hard time seeing Luke 21 through a … Continue reading The Futurist Interpretation of Luke’s Version of the Olivet Discourse
You may have heard about the resurrection of Jesus and simply dismissed it as some ancient fairytale, or fabricated legendary embelishment, something that can’t be substantiated or trusted by any means. You may think that the Bible is simply corrupted and in no way reflects the truth of what happened in history, but did you know … Continue reading Resurrection a Reason to Believe!
The below explanation related to eternal security (Once Saved Always Saved) will challenge most Christians beliefs and will even scare them. It did me when I first came across this truth. One of the issues is that we do not have the Greek tense of present ongoing. E.g. "believe" in English should be "keep on … Continue reading Once Saved Always Saved?
In my opinion, the biggest barrier to intelligent management of childhood illnesses is fear which comes in many forms: Fear of trusting our own judgement and intuition because we have been lead to believe that only the 'professionals' are qualified to make decisions about our children, Fear that diseases that were once regarded as part … Continue reading FEAR about your Child’s Illness
Fresh air – open the window, during mild weather, lie outside if you can. At night, make sure that the window is open even if only a little. No dairy produce – no milk (including soya) yoghurt, cheese, eggs until well on the mend. Dairy increases mucus, upsets stomachs and may increase fever. Plenty of … Continue reading General Measures For Managing Acute Childhood Illness Or Infection