The message of the cross is the heart of all that God has done for the salvation of men; and the one thing that must be preached at all times. We bring you a compilation of articles which speaks to Christ's death for humanity's sins. PDF: Christ Our Sin Bearer_The Lamb Of God
It seems like yesterday when we entered 2017, doesn't it? All too soon we are in August---the eight month-- leaving us with just four months to close 2017 should Christ tarry. As I ponder over this, I'm reminded of three experiences over the weekend which made a strong impression on me as to how fleeting … Continue reading A Heart Of Wisdom
On the 9th of April, 2017, BBC News carried an interesting news article of a survey they commissioned. The headline reads: "Resurrection did not happen, say quarter of Christians". The survey claims that "A quarter of people who describe themselves as Christians in Great Britain do not believe in the resurrection of Jesus."¹ Responding, Reverend … Continue reading The Resurrection: Hoax or Historical?
But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you (Matt. 6:33 ESV) First, a key observation from this verse. Do you realise Jesus never said "all other things" shall be added unto you? If you didn't notice; read the text again. If you are still not … Continue reading Misquoting Jesus
Consider my first parents, Adam and Eve. Created perfect, and in the image of God. God’s communion to enjoy in the eve; In perfect peace and accord. Along comes the Tempter Foolishly, the fall. They hide from their maker: But He draws near, in spite, He provided a way out of it all. I was … Continue reading Inspite Of Me
For there is no distinction between Jew and Greek; for the same Lord is Lord of all, bestowing his riches on all who call on him. Romans 10:12 Perharps, humans rights are the most discussed and debated topic worldwide. Sinclair Ferguson, in his book Child in the Manager, wrote that "Equality is one of the … Continue reading The Gospel: Beyond Racial Barriers
The biblical doctrine of election is arguably one of the most controversial doctrines in holy writ. Yet it is one of the doctrines Paul lays down soon after his preliminary remarks to the Ephesians. While some avoid it altogether, others have a problem “accepting” it, appealing to reasons such as it being unfair, or inconsistent … Continue reading Elected Unto Eternal Life