Matthew 6:28-30 "So why do you worry about clothing? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin; and yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these. Now if God so clothes the grass of the field, which today … Continue reading Godly Modesty in Clothing
Coloured Menstrual Cups Author:- Sarah Clements 12th July 2020 I used a menstrual cup for over 20 years and it was comfortable, ideal for travelling, always available and easy to use.I have found that women do not talk about their menstrual issues and options and just keep using what they have been told to … Continue reading Menstrual Cups – An ecological Way to Deal with Menstruation
Excerpt from Rising From The Dead by Dr S. Humphries Conversation between Miriam and Dr Suzanne regarding women as second-class citizens Question: So, in Leviticus 12, if a woman gives birth to a male child, she’s unclean, but if she gives birth to a female child, she is double filthy? The answer from Miriam was: … Continue reading Are Women Second-Class Citizens in the Bible Using Leviticus 12
By Brian Clowes, PhD|May 27th, 2018 The battle over “my body, my choice” is not new; it has been raging over a century. A cartoon in the May 1919 issue of Margaret Sanger’s Birth Control Review shows a woman being crushed by a giant roll of paper labeled “Laws Controlling Women’s Bodies.” Another offensive but equally common slogans … Continue reading Should Women Be Able to Control Their Bodies?
Here a just a few of my paintings in oil and acrylic. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWho's Watching Who - 90 X 70 cm (£700)tumbling waterStormy Sunset (Oil on Canvas 90 X 60 cm) - £450Sunflowers (Oil on Canvas 94 X 74 Framed) - £650Storm (Oil on Canvas 90 X 60 cm) - £450Autumnal Fire (Oil on … Continue reading My Paintings
In several nations, it is illegal to become a Christian. But people become Christians anyway — despite penalties and even threats of death. Thousands of believers are killed each year, yet more people become Christians.
There is much controversy today as regards the genuineness of this Pentecostal work, but there is nothing so convincing as the fact that over fifteen years ago a revival on lines began and has never ceased. You will find that in every time throughout the world God has poured out His Spirit in a remarkable … Continue reading Evidence for the Baptism of The Holy Spirit – Smith Wigglesworth
In this post are many scriptures related to the Holy Spirit. He is in the whole bible from the beginning to the end. It makes sense as He is part of the Godhead. He is part of the trinity which normally is not well understood or appreciated. I hope you enjoy the journey on how … Continue reading The Role of the Holy Spirit
The Sinner's Prayer as a Substitute for Biblical Baptism For the first fifteen hundred years of Christianity, baptism was viewed by Christians as the mechanism for receiving Christ and the remission of sins. It was the entrance into a covenant relationship with God through Christ. Baptism placed the repentant believer in contact with the death, … Continue reading Is the Sinners Prayer in the Bible?
Paul addressed why women were forbidden from teaching the assembly (church) in the following passage: 1 Timothy 2:8-15 8 I desire therefore that the men pray everywhere, lifting up holy hands, without wrath and doubting; 9 in like manner also, that the women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with propriety and moderation, not with braided … Continue reading Women’s Role in 1 Timothy 2:8-15