TD Jakes Breaks Down the Trinity, Addresses Being Called a ‘Heretic’

On the The Christian Post was published an article by Nicola Menzie we would like to share with our readers, plus with our brothers and sisters in the ecclesia. The magazine lets apologetics author Mark Mittelberg warn that an increasing number of Christians are drifting away from their faith because of the lack of good answers… Read More TD Jakes Breaks Down the Trinity, Addresses Being Called a ‘Heretic’

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Today’s thought “Do not add anything to what God commands you, and do not take anything away.” (April 21)

Today’s thought “Do not add anything to what God commands you, and do not take anything away” (April 21) Today we encounter a very important writing which may even frighten us who want to preach. It reminds us of the importance of bringing Gods Word to others how it is and not how human doctrines… Read More Today’s thought “Do not add anything to what God commands you, and do not take anything away.” (April 21)

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Today’s thought “As is proper among saints” (April 7)

Today’s thought “As is proper among saints” (April 7) What a challenge it is to realise that all those who really believe in God and Jesus Christ are called “saints”. The Greek word translated as saint, means, “holy, set apart”. Saints set themselves apart from worldly, godless ways of thinking and doing. Paul’s letters are… Read More Today’s thought “As is proper among saints” (April 7)

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Today’s thought “Using God’s words to justify actions” (April 1-2)

Today’s thought “Using God’s words to justify actions” (April 1-2) How often men use God’s words to justify their actions. (Numbers 16:3) in this godless world we also do find lots of people who say they are Christian, but do not follow the teachings of the Nazarene Jew Jeshua (Jesus Christ) and even have not… Read More Today’s thought “Using God’s words to justify actions” (April 1-2)

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Additional thought for today 2 February: Transformed Christians Let evil not defeat you

In the first letter of Paul to the Romans the apostle argued that Gentiles are futile in their thinking and ignorant of the way things really are. Those without faith in God enjoy their life keeping themselves busy with worldly things and are often not concerned about their behaviour opposite others and how they react… Read More Additional thought for today 2 February: Transformed Christians Let evil not defeat you

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Today’s thought “The vision of the branch and unleashing judgment upon the whole ear” (December 22)

Though in the vision of today’s reading in the Book of Zechariah, the wickedness of Judah is contained and sent far away to Babylon, where it is not only tolerated but is worshipped, Zechariah’s prophecy also gives us an inspiring look into the future when those who “endure” will “reign with the king in Zion”.… Read More Today’s thought “The vision of the branch and unleashing judgment upon the whole ear” (December 22)

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Today’s Thought “The servant, His chosen one, whom God supports and in whom God takes pleasure.” (June 18)

Yesterday we spoke about the Only One true God Who knows everything and Who does never change. In the second reading of today, we come to know about someone who did not everything but who was loved very much by God. We learn about the servant of God who Is called to bring justice. The… Read More Today’s Thought “The servant, His chosen one, whom God supports and in whom God takes pleasure.” (June 18)

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Today’s thought “Anguish of childbirth until …” (April 3)

Today’s thought “Anguish of childbirth until …” (April 3) Paul in writing to the Galatians asks, “Who has bewitched you” (3:1) because many had been persuaded to follow the observances of the Mosaic law. We read about this yesterday and the seriousness of this is emphasised today as we read more about this problem. But… Read More Today’s thought “Anguish of childbirth until …” (April 3)

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Today’s thought “No silence so that everyone will know that there is only one Supreme Ruler all over the earth” (February 17)

Sometimes we have the impression that God wants to keep still, but He always has an eye and ear for those who want to come to Him. In today’s psalm of Asaph [C a Levitical musician, a descendant of Gershon, at the time of David; 1 Chr. 6:39; 15:17; 2 Chr. 5:12] we find the writer… Read More Today’s thought “No silence so that everyone will know that there is only one Supreme Ruler all over the earth” (February 17)

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Fullness of summer and abundance of harvest found in the satisfying plenitude of life in Christ

Enjoying life on holiday, often people do find more time to reflect about life, what we have done and how everything went, not only the last year but also the previous years. Even when we travel later in Summer or even when the astronomical Autumn has started already, we can be able to find the… Read More Fullness of summer and abundance of harvest found in the satisfying plenitude of life in Christ

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List of some of the important beliefs of the early Christians

The following is a list of some of the important beliefs of the early Christians that we have considered in previous articles. Many times you could hear others saying that Christadelphians are a cult and do not keep to Christian doctrine or Christology, the Christian reflection, teaching, and doctrine concerning Jesus of Nazareth, concerning a… Read More List of some of the important beliefs of the early Christians

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When you believe Jesus is God: who do you think is the mediator? #2 Firstborn from the dead our advocate

In the previous postings we came to see that Jesus walked on this earth as a son of man, was seen by many, and was impaled. After his death he was put in a grave to be resurrected by his heavenly Father. In case this son of man would be God having come in a man, how does that fit the bible sayings and who, after faking His death and resurrection (because God cannot die), would be than the mediator between Him and man? In this article we look further at this son of man who is our saviour and mediator between God and man.… Read More When you believe Jesus is God: who do you think is the mediator? #2 Firstborn from the dead our advocate

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When you believe Jesus is God: who do you think is the mediator? #1 Son of man

From the bible we learn that several prophets talked about some one who would be coming to help people, saving them from the curse of death. We can look at the prophecies and the texts written in the Holy Scriptures which tell us about that son of man who was authorised by God to speak and act in His Name.… Read More When you believe Jesus is God: who do you think is the mediator? #1 Son of man

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Concluding thought by the article series “Key to the Bible”

Each individual has to make their own choices, making up their mind what they do want to believe and whom they would like to follow. Having looked at the key elements of the Bible we must consider what we really want to do,keeping to follow this world and holding fast to worldly traditions or following the Nazarene master teacher Jeshua (Jesus christ) and becoming a real Christian or a Christadelphian to go through life as a Brother or Sister in Christ.… Read More Concluding thought by the article series “Key to the Bible”

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Is Hell-fire something to fear

Lots of Christian who think the hell is a place of eternal torture do forget that Jesus was three days in hell and that Israel’s patriarch Jacob was convinced he would also go to hell. In this article we look at the real biblical meaning of sheol, hades or hell. According to the bible sheol or the grave is the abode or place were both righteous and wicked remain until the call of Jesus at the Last Days and the resurrection of the dead.… Read More Is Hell-fire something to fear

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