Resurrection Day is First-fruits

Resurrection Day is First-fruits What is the meaning of First-fruit? The Bible teaches us that the First-fruits represent the First of our produce that we offer to our Creator to ensure the rest of the harvest will be blessed:  Leviticus 23:10; Proverbs 3:9; Romans 11:16.   First-fruits was changed to Resurrection Day just as our Creator's Appointed... Continue Reading →

Shinning Light on Bad Translations

Shinning Light on Bad Translations Translators have a very difficult task in conveying the most accurate meanings, especially when a different language has no equivalent word or thought. The Bible is loaded with Ancient Hebrew Idioms, Metaphors, Poetic Rhymes, Word Puns and Figurative Expressions that don't always carry over in translation. My concern is not with... Continue Reading →

Hell-fire or Crucible?

Is the All Consuming Fire Good? The day I heard that the original Hebrew Scriptures had no concept of eternal Hell-fire, I googled the origin of this widely accepted doctrine; tracing it to the Greek, then to the Egyptian, and finally to the origin of all mythology - Babylon. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anubis) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Mesopotamian_religion Babylon is where Noah's decedents settled.  Genesis 11:4 says... Continue Reading →

Eternity, What Does it Really Mean?

The Truth About Eternity I grew up believing in the mythology of Eternal Torment in Hell Fire.  After all, Hell is the only descriptive word we have in the English language for the place where bad people go when they die.  Our dictionaries even confirm “Eternal” punishment as the destination of the wicked after death. Like most,... Continue Reading →

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