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Christmas or Christ Mass?

Christmas or Christ Mass?

As December 25th approaches, I am brought back down memory lane to the summer of 2009. It was during this period of time that the Holy Spirit moved in my life through articles, documentaries, YouTube videos and the precious word of God. I was wrestling with the scriptures and God started to reveal amazing things […]

Lesson 4: “I Got Your Back!”

Lesson 4: “I Got Your Back!”

In the midst of our trials, Christ finds a way to help us find a way. Even when life seems to be chasing us to the ground, He is there to pick us up and to keep us safe, much like Jonathon did for David. Think about the kind of friend Jonathon was to David and how much greater of a friend we have in Jesus! I never looked at Jonathon in that light, but it made me realize how personal of Savior we have in the midst of our hurt and suffering.

Lesson 4: Justification by Faith

Lesson 4: Justification by Faith

“Justification by Faith”, a topic that has been one of the most challenging subjects to understand by few people, a one that has been a favorite topic for theologians to discuss, a one that remains to be a doctrinal area of research and analysis for few other intellectuals, and a topic for the rest of […]

Lesson 4: The Water of Life

It was hot.  It was mid-day.  No one would dare come all the way out to Jacob’s well to draw water in the burning sun.  But she didn’t have a choice.  She would rather bear the heat of the sun than the venomous heat from people.  Yea, she messed up.  She repeatedly found love at […]

Scared to Be Adventist

Scared to Be Adventist

Why do we have a Seventh-day Adventist denomination? What is it that we offer that other denominations of Christianity do not have? Church membership has not been growing like it used to. The youth seem to be more excited about evangelical Christianity as opposed to anything “Adventist”. Many youth have fallen into the, “What does […]

Lesson 1: Jesus and the Johannine Letters

Lesson 1: Jesus and the Johannine Letters

This quarter, we will be reading other people’s mail. It’s all the more exciting because we’re not merely glancing through a stack of old bills or pieces of junk mail. We’re catching a glimpse of the juicy stuff – the stuff that’s typically forbidden and off limits to anyone but the recipients. In this case, […]

Trifecta

Trifecta

The cross is, perhaps, the most significant symbol throughout the history of the universe. Through it, countless numbers have given their lives to the Savior, and because of it, many have perished in denial of the King of kings. One constant through the ages is the ideal of faith, hope and love. Without the cross, […]

Stomping On The Violin

Stomping On The Violin

It was advertised in one of our large cities that a great violinist would play on a violin worth $1,000. The theater was packed. Many were curious and wanted to hear such an expensive instrument being played. The violinist went on stage and played very beautifully. Suddenly, he threw the violin on the floor and […]