Making Known the Mystery of His Will Ephesians 1:8-12 Ephesians 1:8-12 Wherein he hath abounded toward us in all wisdom and prudence; 9 Having made known unto us the mystery of his will, according to his good pleasure which he hath purposed in himself: 10 That in the dispensation of the fulness of times he … Continue reading Excerpts from Ephesus – Part 3
For the past two years, the leadership has held an "apologetics" forum. We place a box in a conspicuous place in the main cabin area along with a pen and paper and label it “Questions for Apologetics Forum.” We then tell the youth that we will answer every question placed into the box before we leave from camp. The response has been overwhelming. The following questions were collected at the 2016 Falls Creek Youth Camp.
Who is this Jesus Christ and what was his mission? Is he God? What was the purpose of His life on earth? I will try to answer these questions today. Christ is the preexistent, eternal Son of God. He took upon Himself our humanity, and ministered on the earth in His incarnate body.
If you are a believer in Jesus Christ, you do not get a “free pass” of bad things happening to you in this life on earth.
Once again I write about the resurrection of Jesus. Once again I am in awe of Jesus redemptive work.
Is it ever too late to learn from your parents? Even if you are in your sixxties?
Have you ever taken your freedom for granted? The greatest sacrifice is one laying down his life for another. We should remember the importance of Independence Day as a struggling group of people were united into a nation as they declared their Independence from Great Britain.
My very first Bible was called a "Red Letter Edition Bible." With help from my dad he explained the significance of those letters printed in red ink.
For the follower of Jehovah, or of Jesus Christ, the theological message of the first chapter of Genesis declares that there is a God and God is responsible for all creation.
There are several theological and scientific views concerning the creation of all things; cosmos, earth, animals and man. The two foundational stones in each of these theories centers on; (1) the time it took for creation; billions of years to six literal days, and (2) who or what was the force behind creation. So should we take the six days of creation in Genesis chapter one litterally?