From the fall of Adam, what separates man from God is sin. Sin is the very nature of man from the fall, even if he does something good, it is only to help him put himself in a position to do something wicked ultimately. From the fall of Adam, man by nature is a sinnerContinue reading “The Significance of Resurrection Sunday aka Easter Sunday”
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Looking For A Fulfilling Life? Find It In Jesus!
There is however no fulfillment in fornication, theft, murder, covetousness, avarice, bearing false witness, gossip and drunkenness but mankind from the fall of Adam tries to find fulfillment in these things, as though our life’s purpose was in these things.
Jesus’ Saving Work In His People Is Tested With Fire!
The Bible however says God is looking for those who will worship him in Spirit and Truth. For instance, as God did with Peter, He did also with Job, in handing him over to Satan to be sifted, that when Satan is through with him, Job/Peter may come forth as gold and return to strengthen their brothers/friends
Must We Forgive Anybody & Everybody?
We must understand that scripture teaches us to conform to the likeness of Christ in whose image we were made. So, just as there is no salvation without repentance, we are not required to forgive unless the person who has sinned against us is sorry for what he/she has done. In this context, even if the person who has sinned against us apologizes to us seventy times seven, we are to forgive in imitating the meek nature of Jesus Christ
Salvation is True Freedom!
Life is therefore a pilgrimage for an individual who seeks the Lord in the midst of the moral defilements of this world
Sovereign grace Vs Legalism and Antinomianism
There are large numbers of Christians, who have become subject to views of antinomianism or those which are legalistic. Legalism is that which says that one is saved purely by works of Law while Antinomians hold a view that the grace of God covers them to the extent that even though their carnal nature isContinue reading “Sovereign grace Vs Legalism and Antinomianism”