Where Should We Pray?

The Parable of The Tares in the Field Made Simple (Matthew 13:24-30 and 13:36-43)

Jesus said that there was both wheat and tares sown in the world and one day they would both be harvested. I will share what this means to us today.

The Parable of The Wise Builder Made Simple (Matthew 7:24-27)

Jesus said that we had to obey everything He said. When we do, we are like the wise builders. Let us take a look at this parable.

Candles in Religion

The earliest origins of candles are relatively unknown. However, before Christ was born, people were using candles to shed light and tell time every day. Naturally, because of their daily importance, they found their way into nearly every religion and eventually came to symbolize something different for each one.

Using What You’ve Got

Many of you may be familiar with the story in the New Testament about Jesus feeding the 5,000.  As the story goes, Jesus was on a hillside with a large crowd of 5,000 men plus wives and children following him. As Jesus sat down, his disciples became concerned because there was no food available to feed all the people.

The Meaning of Advent Season – Learning to Hope!

I love preparing for the season of Advent. There is such an anticipation and joy as we celebrate Christ’s first coming to earth as a baby and then focus on his second coming as victorious king! Some of my fondest memories of this season come from helping my family prepare for it and learn to understand the meaning of the advent season.

Faith Is Our Servant

This is an article about Faith being our servant,. Everything that God have given us is for us to profit from it. Faith is a gift from Him and it is our servant but we must put it to work.

Celibacy: What Is the Current Situation in Rome’s Churches?

Abstention from marriage. A noble attempt at serving Christ with a pure heart? Sometimes. But also, the source of untold sorrow and sin.

Things You Should Know About Celibacy

Isn’t it holy to be celibate? Yes. So what’s the beef with Rome? The same as with all externals to the Christian religion. All too often, Christ is not at the heart of celibacy; the invitation has become church law. But it is not God’s law for those who want to serve in the church!

The Parable of The Sign of Jonah Made Simple (Matthew 12:38-42)

Jesus said “a wicked generation seeks after a sign”. He explained that this signs would be that he would be buried for three days. Today, we also have a sign that is going to happen.

The Parable of The Servant’s Duty Made Simple (Luke 17:7-10)

We are so fortunate to be saved by Jesus Christ. This parable brings out this blessed truth…

The Parable of The Salt Without Taste Made Simple (Matthew 5:13)

We are all told to be the salt of this world. In this parable, Jesus had something to say about salt, which I will bring to light in this teaching.

The Parable of The Rich Fool Made Simple (Luke 12:16-21)

Jesus was making more than a story with this parable. I think that He was making a statement of what matters in life and what real Kingdom living was like and what it wasn’t.

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