Do Not Be Afraid

What Can People Do to Me?"So we say with confidence, the Lord/YHVH, (The Eternal Name) is my Helper, I will not be afraid, what can man/people do to me," Hebrews 13:6; Psalm 118:6I can only speak for myself but I venture to say the majority of us are afraid of what people actually can do to us. ... Continue Reading →

Baptism

Baptism Represents Death and New Life We first read the word Baptism in the Greek New Testament.  Baptizo #907 is a verb meaning to submerge.  Immersion was not a foreign concept to the 1 Century religion of Judaism.  The Hebrew word Miqvah #4723 means a gathered reservoir or collection of (living) water.  Miqva'vot are used... Continue Reading →

The Misconception of God’s Punishment

The Misconception of God's Punishment Punishment is translated from the original Hebrew word Paqad #6485, its root meaning is, "to attend to."  Paqad is most often translated as; numbered, counted, take note, the sum, call to account, charge, visit, appoint, concerned, take care, punish and the list goes on... With these broad definitions in mind,... Continue Reading →

Lord Willing We Will…

It's Arrogant to Assume We'll Be Alive Tomorrow. James Chapter 4 Puts our Prideful Boasting Into Perspective. 1st Century Believers Said, Lord Willing, So When Did We Stop?    We can begin by acknowledging our prideful, I will...and saying Lord willing I will...or I hope to...  

Commanded to Remember…

Not His Birth, but His Death Not Our Freedom, but our Bondage Not our Greed, but Those in Need When we take a closer look at our Creator's Perfect Word, even through every imperfect translation, this contrast is clearly seen:  We celebrate our Saviors birth, although He commanded us to remember His death.  We celebrate... Continue Reading →

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