The Old Testament spoke of newness which could be had by believing the New – by believing in Messiah (Christ) who was given for the New covenant (Isaiah 42:6, 49:8, 2 Corinthians 5:17).
Here the newness and what it consists of will be explained…Keep reading
Explaining the first of the famous Ten Commandments to show that no matter how you translate it – it is forbidden to engage in the worship or association of any god/spirit.Keep reading
Luke 11:5-9 Parable Explained: The Gospel Is Eternal – Even After The End Of The Age, Everlasting Life.
The purpose of this explanation of the parable found in Luke 11:5-9, is to show how it is communicating the fact that everlasting life will always be available to anyone who believes and endures here.
This is despite the fact that the doors to the kingdom of heaven are now ‘locked’, and the wedding feast of the Lamb has ended.Keep reading
If A Person Is Not Born Again Here, Now – Can They Be ‘Born Again’ In Heaven After Death, Later?
In summary, from Scripture we find that the answer is no, however there is great benefit if a person continues to ‘knock at the door’, believing the gospel and turning to G-d – by doing His commandments, with their repentance and baptism (immursion) in water (ref. Matthew 5:6, Romans 3:28, 3:31).
Romans 7 is also touched upon with Isaiah 28, Ephesians 6:12 – with regards to sin and a spiritual phenomenon referred to as the ‘overwhelming scourge’.Keep reading
This explanation will explain the risen King Messiah’s (Christ’s) instructions for baptism verse by verse, and also break down the formula line by line.
Then, what it means to be baptised in the name of the Lord ‘Jesus Christ’ (ref. Acts 2:38), will also be explained.Keep reading
An introduction to the spiritual phenomenon that plagues a believer in Messiah (Christ), who the enemy actually is here (Eph 6:12), and how to approach them – all as we see it linked in the Old and New Testaments.Keep reading
By looking at the following verse, and also explaining it – we can learn that G-d (ref. John 4:24) gives His Holy Spirit to comfort/help those who believe in Christ, and this gift actually testifies / acts as evidence that the Gospel is genuinely true, to those of the world.Keep reading
Exploring how the view of the relatively righteous living on the earth during the times of the Old Testament (Tanakh), was the same as those living in the times of the New Testament (Brit Chadasha) – with regards to blessing enemies, instead of cursing them.
The difference between discipline and wrath is briefly looked at also.Keep reading