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 question “If not, why not?” challenges us to reflect on why we don’t do some things in our lives. This post asks us to consider if we are living our lives for Christ Jesus like three New Testament characters, Stephen, Philip and Barnabas, did. Each served the Lord Jesus in a different way — but to the best of their ability.
Are we? If not, why not?
The Chart of the Ages provides a road map of God’s plan as it progresses from Genesis to Revelation. Click on a letter or area on the Interactive Chart below to navigate through the times, events and planes of existence for all of God’s creation. (Scroll down for a complete explanation of the Chart.)
For centuries, man has wanted to know what lies beyond the grave. We would like to consider a related and a highly charged subject – the subject of hell. We hope you find this video thought-provoking and informative!
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…
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)
Are Christians obligated to keep the Sabbath? What do the Scriptures say? Why is the Sabbath referred to as a “sign?” What is the “rest” of the story?
1. All glory to Jesus be giv’n, That life and salvation are free, And all may be wash’d and forgiv’n; Yes, Jesus has sav’d even me. Chorus Christ Jesus is mighty to save, And all his salvation may know On his merit I lean, and his blood makes me clean, Yes, his blood has wash’d […]
The trouble in the world seems to be gathering momentum. Television, radio and newspapers fill our minds almost daily with catastrophic events happening throughout the world. The world is being plagued with terrorist attacks. Wars are fought not against conventional armies, but suicide terrorists. Who can forget the tragic collapse of the Twin Towers on […]
ADAM–Why Given Second Trial? ::Q6:2:: QUESTION (1909)–2–If Adam has had a trial and failed, will he have another and if so, what for? Why should he be resurrected if he failed in the first trial? ANSWER.–The reason that he is to have a resurrection and another trial is because God willed it so, and […]
(This and other questions are selections from the “Question Book”, which contains hundreds of questions asked of pastor C.T. Russell in various public meetings. The book is available in our online Bookstore. You can find the entire content at www.ctrussell.us under “Supplemental – Question Book”) ADOPTION– To Whom Does Spirit of Adoption Apply? ::Q7:1:: QUESTION (1912)–1– “But ye […]