The Believer’s Greeting.

Whether or not the believer’s greeting is a tradition we ought to carry on today is not quite clear in Scripture but the important thing is that our greetings spring from real love and friendship, be characterized by sincerity, and represent true Christian fellowship.

The Cornerstone.

#FunFactFriday — Because TGIF! Did you know, Over the years archaeologists have been excavating the Western Wall of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. At the foundation layer of the southern end of the wall, they recently uncovered a unique stone. While Herodian architecture typically uses stones that have a margin around the edges and a raised-boss…

Bethlehem: The City of David.

#FunFactFriday – Because TGIF! Did you know, Bethlehem is called the “City of David” because King David was anointed as king there and it is also probably His Birthplace. And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judaea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem; (because he…

Phrases/Words Scripture Does Not Contain.

#FunFactFriday – Because TGIF! Did you know, these words and phrases do NOT appear in scripture? Sermon Original sin Second Coming Rapture Trinity Denominations Jewish Sabbath Immortal soul Bible Theocracy Millennium Omniscience Omnipotence Omnipresence The Unpardonable Sin Physical Resurrection End of time Selah!

Salt on Eggs.

#FunFactFriday – Because TGIF! Did you know, The oldest book in scripture, the book of Job, records people sprinkling salt on eggs. Can flavorless food be eaten without salt? Or is there any taste in the white of an egg? — Job 6:6 (NKJV) Selah! 

Love Your Enemies.

#FunFactFriday – Because TGIF! Did you know, that the teaching of Jesus to love our enemies is not a new commandment; it can actually be found in the instructions of Mosaic Law in the Old Testament and in the Proverbs of King Solomon. Let’s examine the scriptures: But I say unto you, Love your enemies,…