A “sign” is a mark or token or event serving to convey an intimation or to communicate some idea; or a mark by which persons or things are distinguished and made known. In scripture, a “sign” points to something; it is generally an act of a divine or … [Read more...] about Biblical “Signs”
“There is now no condemnation for those in Christ Jesus, those not walking according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit”. (Romans 8:1). This scripture is frequently taken to mean that Christians, as believers, are safe from condemnation and that … [Read more...] about No Condemnation?
Be diligent to present yourself proven to God, a workman having no cause for shame, rightly dividing the word of truth (2 Timothy 2:15). It is apparent from Paul's letter to Timothy, that, while there is one word of truth, it can be divided two ways - … [Read more...] about Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth
“The kings of the earth are made ready and the rulers are gathered together against the Lord and against His Christ. ‘Let us break their bonds and cast away their yoke from us’” (Psalm 2:2-3). The fulfillment of this ancient prophecy has been occurring … [Read more...] about What’s Next?
The scriptures contain figures of speech in which God seeks to illustrate the point He is making. In Galatians 4:24, for example, Paul uses an allegory to describe Ishmael’s mother Hagar as representing the flesh, the Old Covenant and Mt. Sinai, and … [Read more...] about The Vineyard Metaphor
“On account of this (the Sonship of Jesus), it is necessary for us to give so much more heed to the things having been heard, lest we should drift away” (Hebrews 2:1). Drifting away is the consequence of not heeding the Word of God. That is what the author … [Read more...] about Drifting