The usual view of God is that he is an "all-powerful" deity that can do anything. This includes forgiving sins. So then why is a sacrifice needed in the Bible to do this very thing? To some, this goes against the all-powerful nature of God, but does it really? The Bible tells a different story. The focus here isn't on what God can or can't do, but rather what humanity DID, what they now NEED to do based on what they did, and how God FIXES it.
A much needed article for both skeptics of the bible and followers of Christ who are “asleep”. Don’t just listen to me and your Christian neighbor down the street, research this stuff for yourself. Test these things. If people are saying prophecy is being fulfilled, don’t just dismiss it but look into it. See if there’s truth to what they’re saying, and if not, you know how to better weed through the lies and misconceptions.
Examining the first prophecy of the Bible regarding the coming of the messiah as well as the implications that has for the rest of human history.
A deeper look into the flood story in Genesis; what really caused the flood and was there a greater purpose to the judgement? A look at the intention behind the flood as an act of mercy and love towards mankind.
A deeper look into the flood story in Genesis; what really caused the flood and was there a greater purpose to the judgement? A look into the history behind the idea of fallen angels.
A deeper look into the flood story in Genesis; what really caused the flood and was there a greater purpose to the judgement?
A look into the affects of the 4 seals as well as the 4 horseman that appear from them.
Throughout the letters to the 7 churches, we see each letter beginning with a description of some of Jesus’ physical characteristics and divine qualities. First in Revelation 1:13 we get a picture of what he’s wearing, “And in the midst of the seven candlesticks one like unto the Son of man, clothed with a garment … Continue reading “One like the Son of Man”
The final church of this study is the Church of Laodicea - the Lukewarm church. Although I don't go into details with the other churches as to how they relate to us now, I believe Laodecia is a great representation of the western church "system" today. I myself was born in a 3rd world country … Continue reading The 7 Churches of Revelation: Laodecia
The sixth church in our study is the Church of Philadelphia - the faithful church. The Church of Philadelphia is like the Church of Smyrna in the sense that Jesus doesn’t find fault with them and they’re holding on to God’s word even in the midst of trials and those that seek to do them … Continue reading The 7 Churches of Revelation: Philadelphia
The fifth church we'll be looking at is the Church of Sardis - the dead church. As we begin reading about the Church of Sardis, we immediately see that Christ is displeased with them and doesn’t see anything for them to be commended for. It’s fairly short and quick to the point; they aren’t doing … Continue reading The 7 churches of Revelation: Sardis
The fourth church in this study is the Church of Thyatira - the corrupt church. The Church of Thyatira seems to be a church that’s fairly well doing even to Jesus. He regards them in such a way that although they may seem as “the last” they will actually be “the first”, “I know thy … Continue reading The 7 Churches of Revelation: Thyatira