By faith, I believe Jesus as God created Everything. Jesus is the Eternal Architect and Master of Home Improvement. Read along as Scripture unveils the Carpenter of all things Spiritual and Physical in existence. Here are just three verses where scriptures provide irrefutable proof that Jesus is the creator. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Do you really know yourself? Would you say that you are physically, spiritually, and emotionally well-balanced? Are you secure enough to say, “You feed on a healthy diet that nurtures your spirit, soul, and body?”
I look around me and constantly see believers who are spiritually malnourished, emaciated in their souls, and physically oppressed.
I believe the reason so many people are walking around with anemic lives is because they do not truly understand the diversity, yet interdependence between the spirit, soul, and body. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
From time to time I get these unrelenting urges. Just like a junkie needing a fix. I have to build ‘something’ to get my fix. My creative side swells within me, my mind begins obsessing on my next project. My world is truly out of balance unless I feed my addiction to create. From armoires to wooden buckets, these projects aid to take the edge off of life for me.
For a time, I can get lost in my world of thoughts and abate the stresses of life. I view this time as mini sabbaticals. An opportunity for me to rejuvenate my mind and soul, while creating some of the most beautiful and intimate treasures I own, or have blessed others with. The latest victims of my compulsion were a pair of antler lamps, while appropriating my wife’s birthday as the trigger that set me off.
God has not only blessed me with the talent, but with the incarceration of thoughts fixated on my projects completion, while listening to the words of wisdom He whispers into my mind’s eye. Together, we create masterpieces that will outlast my tenure of life. Together, I am resuscitated to live life head-on and fight. Together, my resolve is renewed and contentment in a contemptible world restored. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Undoubtedly most people have heard or even themselves said, “Am I my brother’s keeper?”
This infamous phrase, “Am I my brother’s keeper?” was uttered by Cain, the first murderer in the history of mankind.
This first murder came shortly after mankind’s first sin. God expelled Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden for their sin of disobedience. Adam and Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. (Genesis 3:6) [CLICK TO READ MORE]
This article will denounce all of the ambiguity and confusion surrounding a bible verse that speaks to all Christians who are intent on living a lie, full of compromise and hidden sins.
But if you do not do so, then take note, you have sinned against the Lord; and be sure your sin will find you out. (Numbers 32:23)
This verse, in its context, is speaking about following the Lord completely. To wholly follow the Lord entirely to the End.
There were two and a half Israel tribes – Reuben, Gad and half of Manasseh that wished to park themselves in the Middle of the Road. They approached Moses and begged him to let them have the territory east of the Jordon River as a ‘self imposed’ border for them and their great multitude of livestock. (Numbers 32:1,5) [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The First Amendment, amendment (1791) to the Constitution of the United States is a part of the Bill of Rights.
The First Amendment reads:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
In the United States we are privileged to enjoy this freedom of speech and religion. Yet, despite this freedom, most Christians do not exercise this exceptional right.
However; Some are willing to Die!
Christian persecution is defined as: Any hostility experienced from the world as a result of one’s identification and belief in Jesus Christ. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The secular world is screaming, “Give us Santa. Crucify Jesus the Myth.” Unbelievers are still trying to put an end to the ministry of Jesus. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Avodah is a Hebraic term with a triune meaning. It means work, worship, and service. You have probably already guessed where I’m going with that.
If you guessed that we should worship God not only with prayer and praise, but also with our service to work and people, you are entirely correct.
The term Avodah in Hebrew comes from the pronunciation of Strong’s (H5656) עֲבֹדָה `abodah pronounced a·vō·dä’ meaning = labour, service labour, work labour (of servant or slave) labour, service (of captives or subjects) service (of God). Avodah comes from the root עָבַד Strong’s (H5647) âbad pronounced aw-bad meaning = to work (in any sense); by implication to serve, till, (causatively) enslave, etc. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
I bought a tablet with a built in GPS. This got me to wondering, “How can I use this for God’s glory?” I found that I did not really need the tablet’s GPS, I just needed the tablet which happens to have a GPS.
God did, however, reveal to me why my interest was sparked in the GPS. I guess you could even say, “Ignited.” [CLICK TO READ MORE]
In previous articles Who is Jesus? And What are Angels? We established that Jesus existed as the Word before His incarnation through a Virgin’s birth. It was also determined that Jesus being God and creator of all things could also take on Himself the appearance of what He has created.
In the teaching What are Angels? It was made apparent that Angels could also pierce through the spiritual realm into the physical realm, in the course of their service to the Lord. These appearances to mankind were sometimes obvious in the form of angels and anonymously in human form.
In ascertaining Who is Jesus? We know that Jesus being a part of the Godhead can be both spirit and flesh. Have you ever wondered about the verses in Exodus where Moses is speaking to God.
God is commanding Moses and the people to leave Sinai. One verse says face-to-face and another says that nobody can see God’s face and live. Yet in between these two verses, Moses is begging God to show him his glory. [CLICK TO READ MORE]