Easter Monday, Part 2

The resurrection of Christ introduces the dawn of a new day for man. Christ is called the “last” Adam by the Apostle Paul in his letter to the Corinthians. This reference as the last Adam signifies the genesis of a new order of man, distinctly different from the first Adam. Whenever we ascribe the characteristics... Continue Reading →

Easter Monday, Part 1

Easter Sunday will be here soon. In recent history, Easter Sunday has been the time many professing Christians celebrate the resurrection and ascension of Christ the Savior. Prior to the repurposing of Easter by the Catholic church it was a celebration of the pagan goddess of fertility celebrated at the spring equinox. This explains the... Continue Reading →

Thorns On the TULIP of Calvinism

Recently I have been writing about the fallacies in the Calvinist doctrine. I have chosen to give time to this because one of the main commissions of the servants of GOD is to facilitate the uniting of the body of Christ by lifting up Truth. Christ prayed that the Father would set us apart by... Continue Reading →

Making Golden Calves Extinct

Christ didn’t come to win friends; He came to save friends. Christ came calling sinners to repentance. Sin is rebellion against GOD, and rebellion against GOD is lethal both physically and spiritually. You can’t consider yourself someone’s friend if you are unwilling to warn them of danger. We shouldn’t mistake gaining the favor of someone... Continue Reading →

The Structure of True Religion

I have heard many who confess to follow Christ say that they are not in a religion but a relationship. In fact, I have said this in the past myself. However, as I have grown wiser and more knowledgeable through my relationship with GOD, I have come to a better understanding of the relationship between... Continue Reading →

Counterfeit Manhood

Men primarily remember King David for two acts in his life. One, for slaying the giant Goliath, whom everyone else was afraid of. Two, for his adulterous relationship with the beautiful Bathsheba. Though these two events are often recalled in men’s ministries and are often highlighted in recounts of King David’s life, Christ isn’t recorded... Continue Reading →

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