While William Miller, Martin Luther and Joseph Bates contributed greatly to the understanding of Christian doctrine, none of them was right about everything they believed and taught.
The parable of the wedding banquet demonstrates God’s unconditional love for His people.
I have always been deeply impressed and inspired by the testimonies of people who are passionately involved in personal ministries. Compelled by the love of
Have you stopped to thank God for His not-so-little gifts to us?
Who do you want to become this year? Scripture gives us a good idea of who God wants us to become.
When we become too fixated on the law, we can miss the calling and leading of God in our lives.
A fallen angel who seduced humanity to join him in rebellion and misery, with death the tragic consequence vs the “Defeater of Death” who humbled Himself and carried the cross. Two absolute opposites.
Among the various characters in the story of the birth of Jesus, I have a soft spot for the magi. I have imagined them as learned men who don’t fit with the more provincial characters in Jerusalem, but who are puzzled and disappointed by the unwitting ignorance and self-interested plotting they encounter.
A DVD began the journey of Jiutasa Biaudamu into the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The story of the prodigal son (or the “lost” son) found in Luke 15:11-31 is one of Jesus’ most popular parables, and rightly so. It serves as a picture perfect example of the gospel in action.