We believe in the forgiveness of sins.

Christ our substitutionary sacrifice. One of the biggest statements of our faith as believers is, “we believe in the forgiveness of sins.” It is important however to state the reasons why we believe in this and why we can be forgiven. If we just advocate the fact that...

Jesus our Propitiation

Today we are going to look at Christ our propitiation. It is a word and a description which is borne out of our need. To understand what Propitiation is, we must first look at our current plight and what our eternal condition and position would be without it. Gods...

The coming Judgment

The Bible gives us a truthful account about our true state with God, and what awaits us in the future, if we continue in our sinful, rebellious state against God. Religion tries to soften the blow, by foolishly giving people second chances after death. The doctrine of...

Jesus the Judge.

Today I feel the need to speak on Jesus as our judge. The bible is very clear, there is a judgment to come, yet very few people prepare themselves for what’s about to come. Heb 9:27. It seems we spend our whole lives living for the here and now, without giving any...

Natural Revelation, the key of the Gospel

Have you ever witnessed and shared the Gospel with someone and felt woefully inadequate? Or felt like the person you are sharing with is unable to receive and comprehend what you are saying? These two stumbling stones are the biggest reasons why the Gospel isn’t...

Traces of the Trinity in the Old Testament.

One of the mysteries of scripture, is when we find God addressing Himself in plural terminology. The first and most noticeable place where we find God doing this is in Genesis 1:26-27. And God said, “Let us make man in our image , after our likeness.” The...

Discovering the Trinity. intro….

Today I would like to begin an exploration through the Bible, and pointing out all the places in scripture where the Trinity may be traced. It has been said by some scholars that the Trinity isn’t revealed until the New Testament. Though I would for the most...

The unknown God made known.

Theology, which is the study of God, is a difficult task. As a finite creature, trying to understand the infinite Creator, I am confronted with my weaknesses and deficiencies in accomplishing such a task. Nevertheless, we don’t despair beyond hope, because the God who...

The roots of the Old Testament expectancy of the Christ.

The names and titles of Jesus, reveal to us who He is and what He came to accomplish. All of His names and the descriptions of who He is find their roots in the Old Testament. For example, the name Christ is the Greek translation of Messiah from the Hebrew word...