Christ’s work on earth is not done! It will not be done until heaven and earth shall pass away and we have a new heaven and a new earth; thus, the law of the Lord shall in no wise pass away until all things are fulfilled in Him. That which is appointed under heaven He will do.
Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much. (KJV, James 5:6)
Generally speaking, in America and even the Western world, we are far more concerned with work and wealth than our families and community, or relationships. Read More
There are save but two churches, the Church of the Lamb of God and the Church of the Devil.
What is the bottomless pit mentioned in the book of revelations, 9th chapter verses 1, 2, and 11?
Wherefore, do the things which I have told you I have seen that your Lord and your Redeemer should do; for, for this cause have they been shown unto me, that ye might know the gate by which ye should enter. For the gate by which ye should enter is repentance and baptism by water, and then cometh a remission of your sins by fire and by the Holy Ghost. Read More
When we say that “tomorrow I will repent,” or that things will be better tomorrow, we are trying to remove the immediate arousal of discomfort that we are presently experiencing in our lives and shifting it off to another day. Whatever that is for you it is not resolved, if even you temporarily trick yourself into forgetting about it. Tomorrow, I will face my discomfort. However, tomorrow it will return, over and over again, and so also the discomfort until it is resolved. This cycle of discomfort for some may go on for years. Read More
Gods lessons in life are meant to lead you to a high or higher self-efficacy and ultimately back to Him.
Stewardship is an interesting concept and an important responsibility. It is one of the first commandments and revelations that were given to mankind on earth. God said in that day, to Adam and Eve while they were yet in the garden, to “[b]e fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.” (Gen. 1:28)
Oneness does not mean singleness, but rather it implies two or more. The Lord said that “I and my Father are one” (John 10:30). Hence at least two, plural and not singleness of person’s or in this case a single God, but Gods plural who share a oneness, one purpose.