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Monthly Archives: December 2010
One of the doctrines which still have a prominent position in today’s Christendom states that Jesus died in our stead or suffered in our place, and hence it perpetuates the fallacy that He died to placate an angry God. Everything … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall listening in to the conversations in the Triune fellowship concerning you? This wish doesn’t derive merely from curiosity. There is a desire in most of us to find out … Continue reading
Assume someone asked me the following question: “Do you have a free will?” This would be my reply: “Yes and no.” Evidently I have a will, but it has some limitations. If I say yes to something I inevitably say … Continue reading
Simeon exclaimed when Maria and Joseph brought the new born child to the temple: ”Mine eyes have seen thy salvation.” Salvation is a person, Jesus Christ. The first principle in the Heavenly realm is relations. Love can only exist and … Continue reading
For who hath despised the day of small things? (Zech 4:10). We start out our faith journey with faith the size of a mustard seed. God has not despised that day of small things when we as persons made the … Continue reading
Have you ever noticed that when we perceive God as a static God we become smaller? Not only do we become smaller, but God becomes smaller as well when we box Him in. The most disturbing fact, though, is perhaps … Continue reading
God has carved out a unique path for each and every one of us. His goal is to see His precious children come out in freedom where they have ultimately discovered their true personhood and the beauty of their humanity. … Continue reading
Hosea married a prostitute in accordance with the word God had given him. She represented the fallen Israel who in her relation to God had been more than unfaithful. We meet the woman again in John 8. Taken in adultery, … Continue reading
The doctrine concerning the atonement made by Christ rests on the fact that it perfectly satisfied the righteousness and justice of God. These characteristics which we attain to God are extensions of His love, that is, the righteousness and justice … Continue reading