2013-03

  Easter (Resurrection Sunday) for Christians speaks of the victory of Christ over death. The synoptic Gospels declare “He has risen!” (Mat 28:6-7; Mark 16:6, 14; Luke 24:6, 24). In the Gospel of John, the risen Christ said to Peter, “Follow Me!” This call to follow Christ is the same call that Peter first received … » Read the Rest…


  Good Friday is good news for it points back to the cruel and painful death of Jesus Christ. Death is vanquished. The certificate of debt of sins have been “nailed it to the cross” (Col 2:14). conquered by Christ By Jesus’ death as the Lamb of God, all who believe in His righteous work … » Read the Rest…


  Most of us would perhaps be familiar with ‘The Passion of the Christ’, a 2004 American drama film directed by Mel Gibson, which by and large depicted the week just prior to the resurrection of Jesus.  Critics had a field day, either giving support or throwing punches as to its accuracy.  What is certain … » Read the Rest…


  One of the reasons to study the book of Romans is to understand the instructions that touch on the main truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For the last few weeks, the doctrine and concepts of righteousness (which is key to man’s relationship to God), the attainment of it, by faith and not … » Read the Rest…


  #1 Our faith will be more deeply rooted in Christ when we study both the Old and New Testaments.  We will wonder at God’s unfailing love and promises when we see prophecies fulfilled in Jesus, in our lifetime and in the future (Rom 11:33-36).   In the Epistle to the Romans, Paul quotes extensively from … » Read the Rest…


  An ordinary day contains a seed for greatness. Greatness is more than just phenomenal accomplishments. The words of Zechariah 4:10 “Do not despise the day of small beginnings” ring true for 10th March in secular and sacred history. On this ordinary day in world history: 1) Alexander Graham Bell spoke for a few minutes … » Read the Rest…