How Shall We Search the Scriptures?

How Shall We Search the Scriptures?

Christ has said: “Search the Scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life; and they are they which testify of me.” The duty of searching the Scriptures is enjoined upon every son and daughter of Adam. Jesus says, “And they are they which testify of me.” The Father was revealed in the Son, and in studying Christ we shall learn of the Father

The Wasteful Farmer

The Wasteful Farmer

The Farmer In the Parable of the Sower Jesus tells the story of a farmer who went out to sow. The word He uses to describe the sowing process is quite provocative. It simply states that the seed “fell” on different types of ground. Yet seed does not just randomly fall. Seed is sown; it is scattered by someone—by the farmer. A farmer is a businesspe

Assessing David and Jonathan’s “Love Story”: An Antidote to Bad Bible Usage

Assessing David and Jonathan’s “Love Story”: An Antidote to Bad Bible Usage

In light of recent happenings such as the majority decision of the Supreme Court on gay marriage, the growing public acceptance of a homosexual lifestyle, and many people’s lack of clarity on sexuality from a biblical perspective, it seems apropos to revisit and reflect on our biblical belief about sexuality. Not long ago a few messages were given

A Preparation for the Coming of the Lord

A Preparation for the Coming of the Lord

Sin is a hateful thing. It marred the moral beauty of a large number of the angels. It entered our world, and well-nigh obliterated the moral image of God in man. But in his great love God provided a way whereby man might regain the position from which he fell in yielding to the tempter. Christ came to stand at the head of humanity, to work out in