In the very beginning, God was alone! In due time He brought forth His Son – the “firstborn of every creature” – through whom the design of all creation was carried out. “For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible. (Colossians 1:16)
“Come and See the Marvelous Works of God” as we take a trip through the Heavens viewing through the eye of the Hubble space telescope. Be inspired by the brilliant glory, and awesome immensity of the universe God created, and the prophetic reason WHY!
The Bible describes the “times of restitution of all things.” What does this mean and how will mankind benefit from this promise? The answer reflects the wisdom and love of God.
Let’s consider how this verse fits the overall theme of the book of Hebrews. A Christian writer, CT Russell, once said, “To appreciate the necessity for the book of Hebrews, we must mentally take our stand back in apostolic days and get our bearings as though we were living there under those conditions. The question of […]
“The half was never told.” These are the words of the Queen of Sheba when she visited Solomon in Jerusalem. The fame of Solomon had spread throughout the world, and the Queen of Sheba journeyed to Israel to see if what she had heard was really true. When she arrived in Jerusalem, she said to […]
What would you want a minister or a pastor to say if you were allowed to attend the funeral of the Lord Jesus? What would you say if you had the privilege to perform the service for Him? How do you condense all of the teachings, and miracles He performed during His three and a half year ministry into a funeral service? Which of His teachings or miracles were the most important that they should be recalled to mind? This memorial service for our Lord Jesus tries to answer those questions.
The period in which sin is permitted has been a dark night to humanity, never to be forgotten. But the glorious day of righteousness and divine favor, to be ushered in by Messiah, who, as the Sun of Righteousness, shall arise and shine fully and clearly into and upon all, (…) will more than counterbalance the dreadful night of weeping…