In the Daily Bible Readings of today we hear Eliphaz, the Temanite, asking Job if any person be of benefit or use to God. “ Then answered Eliphaz the Temanite, and said, Can a man be profitable unto God? Surely he that is wise is profitable unto himself.” (Job 22:1-2 ASV) We too may be… Read More Today’s thought “Being of benefit to God” (December 18)
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?
Our denomination, the same as all others in Christendom has difficulties to grow. Some ecclesiae have a status quo but there are also some who see the old people falling asleep and not many joining, making the ecclesia smaller and smaller. Perhaps many may think tit does not matter so much as long as we… Read More The Big Conversation
“This was my reward” (Thought by the bible readings of April 23) The wisest of kings, Solomon, reflects on what his life had really achieved. In reading Ecclesiastes, we perceive his remarkable insight into the meaning and purpose, from a human perspective, of all that we do and all that we possess in our lives.… Read More This was my reward
Many may perhaps say they want to know the truth, but we do not see many looking for it. Christians should always look for the real wisdom which can bring them further in their life. Some consider it to be full of wisdom when a person can get all the answers right of a quiz.… Read More We may not be ignorant to get wisdom
Job and his friends agreed that God is omnipotent, omniscient, has all the wisdom and strength, is just, and perfectly good. They could bring forwards that an omniscient being knows every way in which evils can come into existence and has the power to prevent that evil from coming into existence. God can just say… Read More Fragments from the Book of Job #3: chapters 21-26