The New Testament is a beautifully written collection of books. We are invited in with the four gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. All four gospels are four different perspectives of the same account. Christ life as a grown man, his works, and his teachings. However upon reading the first chapter of Matthew we... Continue Reading →
The 7 Levels of Biblical Interpretation.
Greetings truth seeker. In my last article I talked about how to read the bible. In this article I will elaborate on the levels of Biblical interpretation to help you understand what to look for in scripture and to know where you stand with understanding it. A majority of the different Christian sects come out... Continue Reading →
Does The Bible Teach Sunday Worship?
Pagan traditions influence the modern Christian religion. One of the most obvious influences is Sunday worship. Worshiping sun gods and goddesses, on Sunday, is a common theme among pagans. The Biblical saviour is not a sun god; he is the son of the one and only creator. Christ is a truth giver, order instructor, glorious... Continue Reading →
How To Keep The Sabbath Holy Part Two..
Photo by Alesia Kozik on Pexels.com In the previous post I wrote about the first four rules out of the seven for keeping the Biblical Sabbath Holy. In this article I will continue to explain the last 3 rules for keeping the Biblical Sabbath holy. The final three rules are: no kindling a fire,... Continue Reading →
How to keep the Sabbath Day Holy. Part 1.
One of the big 10 commandments that most Christians know of is Exodus 20:8 “Remember The Sabbath, to keep it holy.” The Sabbath day is very important to The Most High God because he established it as holy since the dawn of mankind. Genesis 2:2-3 KJV. This is a day of rest that the heavenly... Continue Reading →
Easter, a Biblical Holiday?
Easter is commonly known as a Christian holiday celebrated on the first Sunday of spring. It's a day that Christ was resurrected from dying on the cross. It is also a day of communion with the church and other believers. The tradition is to engage children in egg hunts and bunny decorations all arrayed with... Continue Reading →