The Big Questions: The Bible
The Bible is often a treasured book in the homes of most people, and usually found in motel and hotel rooms to boot. But, is The Bible really the word of God, or at best pure mythology; at worst, pure fiction, an early forerunner to the science fiction dystopian novel?Sunday School Crafts – Animals in the Bible
One great way to get young children interested in the Bible is to relate it to something they are excited about, and all kids love animals! Having a unit on animals in the Bible is an effective way to teach important lessons while having fun at church. Structure the class by first telling the Bible story and then making the Sunday school craft featuring the animal in the lesson.Difficulty of Living As a Christian in the United States!
When we talk about America from outside the country, we were thought to be believing that America is a Christian country and that we can practise our religion freely here in the Country. But the truth is far from the truth. Its much more easier to be living as a Practicing Christian in Saudi Arabia or China than to live as a Christian in the United States especially when you are from outside the country.Why Did the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America Own the British Covenants?
To some it may appear strange, that a Church located in the United States of America should give such prominence as it did to the British Covenants. Living in another continent, and having no political connection with Britain, on what ground was this matter embodied in the Testimony, and acknowledgment of the Covenants made obligatory on the members?The Oatmeal Parable – Illustrating Last Day Revival, The Latter Rain, The Outpouring Of The Spirit
The prophet Joel in his generation promised by the unction of the Holy Spirit these words. And it shall come to pass afterward, that I will pour out my Spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions: And also upon the servants and upon the handmaids in those days will I pour out my Spirit. And I will show wonders in the heavens and in the earth, blood, and fire, and pillars of smoke.Whose Image Is Stamped On You?
What areas of your life have you given to God? What areas are you still trying to control? What can you do to give yourself to Him more completely?Gospel of Jesus Exposed
What is the true gospel that Jesus preached? Did he preach how one could attain salvation, or did he have a different gospel?The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass – The Roman Rite Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
Mass on Sunday and on every week day everywhere in the world. The Lord calls all His beloved children to this Celebration. Every Holy Mass is a Little Easter. The faithful come in Adoration, Praise, Thanksgiving, Contrition, and Petition – their prayers of intercession for each other.The “God” That Is Worshiped in These Modern Days
How different is the God of the Bible from the God of modern Christians! How different is the God of the Bible to the modern day church services? The “god” that is worshipped in the modern day church services no more resembles the Supreme Sovereign of Holy Scriptures than does the dim flickering of a candle the glory of the mid-day sun.The Popular Beliefs of Modern Day Churches
One of the most popular beliefs of the day is that God loves everybody, and the very fact that these belief is so popular with all classes ought to be enough to arouse the suspicions of those who are subject to the Word of Truth. God’s love towards all His creatures is the favorite line of modern day pastors and preachers.The Wars of Religion
On October 31, 1517, a 34 year old clergyman named Martin Luther nailed on the door of the Catholic Church of Wittenberg in Saxony ninety-five theses against church ministers’ misuse of indulgences and absolution. Luther’s language on the theses was not revolutionary at all. Proposing a debate on theological theses was accepted practice and the language Dr Luther used was perfectly academic.Sin: A Spiritual Roadblock
The Bible uses many words to describe sin. It calls it a rebellion against God. In other areas, it is called the “missing of mark” or falling below the standard required by God. In its simplest term, sin means the breaking of God’s laws, or putting up a behaviour that is against the principles of morality. Someone is said to be living in sin when he/she engages in immoral acts such as telling a lie, stealing, adultery and engaging in other things like pride, covetousness, lust, anger, gluttony, envy, slot, etc.