The study in the Book of Acts led to the Day of Pentecost, though celebrated annually, never had there been such a day as the one fifty days after resurrection of Jesus. Continue reading
Rapture is not in the Bible. The word is never used. It is a word that has been adopted from the Latin word raptus, which means “to seize”. Continue reading
I’ve been up since 1:30 am and couldn’t go back to sleep. I had time to just lie and think. You may not believe this but I often think about spiritual things and this morning was no different. Continue reading
Did you hear about the demolition company tearing down the wrong house?
It was in a tornado ravaged area and both homes were damaged. But the one mistakenly torn down was going to be repaired. Continue reading
Where do the new moons and abib barley leave us?
I’ll admit I’m perplexed as to who is right.
One finds no abib barley and two others do. Continue reading
The calendar shows Passover to be on April 22, 2016. This is according to the fixed date on the Hillel calendar.
This calendar was developed to realign the months with astronomy rather than agriculture. Continue reading
Abib barley is a stage of growth. The grain turns to a mellow green and can be parched and eaten at this stage. It is ripe and can be harvested, though the ripeness is not so much that the grain can be ground.
Why would any of this matter? Continue reading
The resurrection was unknown to the slaves of Egypt. The Israelites had moved there during days of hardship and famine under the leadership and protection of one of their own – Joseph! Continue reading
Easter! What does it mean?
Google it and click on images because a picture is worth a thousand words.
You will see eggs, chicks, pastel colors, green grass, pretty flowers, and bunny rabbits. Continue reading
Then they asked Him, saying, “Teacher, we know that You say and teach rightly, and You do not show personal favoritism, but teach the way of God in truth: Is it lawful for us to pay taxes to Caesar or not?” Continue reading