Sovereign Grace in the Book of Exodus
With brilliant clarity God shows us in the book of Exodus that He will do His will and not ours. It is He that has designed the Earth and its inhabitants. Meet Moses and Pharaoh, not to mention the apostle Paul, in that light.Sovereign Grace in the Book of Genesis
John Calvin did not originate the doctrines of Sovereign Grace, such as the election, predestination, perseverance of the believers, etc. Nor did Augustine. Take a look at the Book of Genesis with me.Pope’s Brazilian Twists
He invited the attention, but for a purpose. There is a deliberate attempt by Pope Francis to feel the pulse of the people. It may be a pure evangelistic attempt to stem the outflow of the church members. He may want to feel the pulse of people on contentious issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage, and divorce before making a policy decision. If you get an email or a phone call from the Pope, what will be the response? What do you like to tell the Pope?Do Not Let Your Dream Fall By The Wayside
How wonderful it would be if we could fulfill the dream that the Lord has given us without waiting for it or without something coming up against it. It really would be nice if we could dream of doing something and in a matter of days; we would be doing it but let’s face it; the plan that God has for us seldom work so quickly and smoothly. Unfortunately that is the reason why so many people would give up on their dream. However, Philippians 1:5 read He who begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ.Eternal Value
There are things in life that comes to an end sooner or later. The value that can be placed on temporary things are just for the moment. The accumulation of materialism and the things that depreciate overtime are worthless, and has no impact on personal achievements that adds purpose and meaning to life.Is Homosexuality a Sin?
What does the bible say about homosexuality? How are we letting societal bias affect our relationship with God and view on sinfulness?Common Sense Vs John Calvin
My brain is not big enough to comprehend Scripture. Through the Spirit I just believe it. Whoever heard of a man rising from the dead? Death is final. Whoever heard of a sea opening up to allow people to cross over? Still, God said it. That ends the argument. So with predestination and all the other doctrines assigned to Calvin. They don’t all meet our common sense test, but they are true nonetheless.Answering Calvinism’s Hard Questions
There are seriously difficult passages of Scripture to be answered whether one is or is not a Calvinist theologically. Here is my attempt to deal with the words of Peter, Paul, and the writer of Hebrews as they seem to be denying the doctrines of Sovereign Grace.Vastu for a Home: Bring Harmony to Living
The ancient Hindu science of Vastu Shastra is well known around the world. Known also as the “science of construction”, the principles of Vastu Shastra focus on directional alignments, and how they can be used well in bringing peace and harmony to homes. Vastu for a home is considered important by many across the world today, as successful implementation of the Vastu principles have brought about significant positive changes in many peoples’ lives.Three Questions For An Arminian
The questions about predestination, free will, limited atonement, are all very difficult. And they are no less difficult for an Arminian as for a Calvinist. Try these three out, if you cling to Arminian thought indiscriminately…God’s Focus On The Line Of Jesus
The Lord gave me a revelation recently that answered a question that I had wondered about for years. I had wondered where did Cain’s wife come from because in Genesis chapter two God created Adam and Eve. In chapter three the serpent deceived Eve and she ate of the fruit that God had forbidden her to eat and Adam ate of it as well and they were put out of the garden. In chapter four Cain killed Abel and God cursed him and he became a vagabond upon the face of the earth.For Whom Did Jesus Die?
Do you have trouble with a “limited atonement”? Well, so do I, in theory. But when hunting for the facts of the matter, it is hard to find in Scripture a statement that Jesus was dying for those whom He knew would reject Him.