Today’s thought “God will bring every deed into judgment … whether good or evil” (May 03) These are the final words in Solomon’s book of Ecclesiastes. In the previous verse he had written, “Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the whole duty of mankind”. At the start of this book we read,… Read More Today’s thought “God will bring every deed into judgment … whether good or evil” (May 03)
As Christadelphians or Brothers and sisters in Christ we should be followers of the Nazarene master teacher Jeshua (Jesus Christ) and therefore as Jeshuaists (= followers of Jeshua) be diligent in the learning of the Holy Scriptures, like Jesus knew very well the ancient writings. Jeshua or Jesus because of his knowledge of the Scriptures… Read More Easter time to talk about our living hope
Friday-night we as brothers and sisters in Christ came together to remember how the sent one from God came together with his apostles to remember the exodus from Egypt, but also to remember how Jesus came to tell about the coming hours when he was going to face death. Now the first day of the… Read More Death and Resurrection of Christ
Today’s thought “The eyes of man are never satisfied” (April 17) Proverbs 27 How many people do not brag about what will happen tomorrow? we should know that we don’t really know what will happen then. Though about the future, we have the Book of books which tells us about signs for the latter days.… Read More Today’s thought “The eyes of man are never satisfied” (April 17)
Being a Jeshuaist means one is a Follower of Jeshua or a person agreeing with and following the teachings of the real Nazarene master teacher Jesus Christ, Jeshua the Messiah.… Read More Being a follower of the true Jesus or as a Christadelphian being a Jeshuaist
After having followed the series “Key to the Bible” and having read Concluding thought by the article series “Key to the Bible” you might wonder how to become a Christadelphian. Being a Christadelphian requires a great commitment. first of all a commitment to God, second a commitment to Christ and the a commitment to the… Read More How to become a Christadelphian
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
Human beings have always been interested in the reasons why they are here and what would happen to them after they die. In our regions the dead are not placed on a fire, but are put in a grave or in an incinerator, according to the Bible to become dust, though the majority of people… Read More Is there life beyond the grave?
There are churches which teach that people when they die go to purgatory, heaven or hell. In which way is that according bible writings, where is told that the living beings (souls) when they die shall deteriorate or decay to become dust, not feeling anything and not able to do anything?… Read More Where do we go when we die?
As the Jewish political organization tottered towards its end, the call of the Gospel was dramatically widened: for the first time, Gentiles were invited to share in the privilege of knowing the eternal God. Paul was the foremost and most energetic leader of this preaching to the Gentiles. “It was necessary that the word of… Read More The Return of Israel
The Christadelphians The Christadelphians or “Brethren in Christ” are a small religious body who believe that the Bible contains God’s message to mankind. We meet in homes and halls and operate as a lay community as was the custom in the time of the Apostles. Though united in faith and practice, each congregation is autonomous… Read More The Christadelphians or “Brethren in Christ”
In previous writings we have seen how Christ did not come into the world to create different religious groups but that because of man’s aim for power we can see that many churches came to bring division. When Jesus started his public life he chose some brothers like Simon Peter and Andreas, James (son of… Read More Brothers and sisters in Christ for you
A call to each one who want to believe or who believes in God to come to see that Jesus is the way to God and that we all should be united with the sent one from God, building one united body.… Read More Avoiding friction and distraction in the body of Christ
The earth presents many sad sights to those who have eyes to see. Where truth should be exalted for the hope and salvation of perishing man, we see contradictory creeds and bitter conflict. Instead of a generous distribution of the earth’s bounties amongst her children, we see millions toiling in hunger; instead of peace and… Read More Bible Teaching and Vital Doctrines to be Discover
In the previous chapter we shed already a light on some other teachings which entered already in the first century in the different groups which claimed to follow Jesus. The apostles warned already for the false teaching which were introduced by people who loved to be the leader of a group they started to call… Read More The Development of Differences
“Why are there so many churches in Christendom” “Why are there so many sects in Christendom?” In the world we can find many groups discussing about Christianity and Christendom. Lots of people dare also to react very strongly and aggressively against other Christian groups. Sometimes they go so far to show a very unchristian attitude.… Read More One Bible, many Churches
In the previous chapters you could read how in this world many (Christian) denominations came to exist one next to the other. We have a thousandfold of churches from which many claiming they are the only one true church or claiming that only when you become a member of their church you shall come into… Read More The Bible: is it contradictory?
From the days of Jeshua (Christ Jesus) there were people who wanted to follow that master teacher, whilst others were interested in some points but did not like other points and as such preferred to keep to other teachings and traditions also. Jeshua had asked those who he had chosen to become his disciples, what… Read More Different wineskins