Reading Time: 5 minutes We have rumors of wars, we have a global pandemic, and we have the unprecedented number of earthquakes occurring daily. And we also have many false preachers and false prophets who are already here today, coming in the Name of Christ Jesus, and they are certainly and absolutely saying He is the Christ.
Reading Time: < 1 minute The man did some strange things, like tying a gas cylinder next to the left side of his motorcycle, while he struggled to ride on it with what is left to him on the right, to put his legs.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Then the fire of the Lord fell and burned up the sacrifice, the wood, the stones and the soil, AND ALSO LICKED UP THE WATER IN THE TRENCH. When all the people saw this, they fell prostrate and cried, “The Lord—He is God! The Lord—He is God!” (1 Kings 18:38-39)
Reading Time: 7 minutes The goats were characteristically not the same. They were proud, they were confident, and they were boastful. They claim they know the King. Furthermore, they claim they deserve to be rewarded. And they claim they were doing is right. But they were wrong.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Hermeneutics is a method where we keep examining Scripture from passage to passage, and we only stop until all doubts are cleared. Peter’s approach is not hermeneutics, he stops examining at the point of where Bible passages seems to favor his view, and he goes no further. And he also appears to be in no favor of allowing anyone to go further as to what he believes is the truth.
Reading Time: 3 minutes If you reread the context in Matthew 12, what Jesus was telling them is that He came in Spirit and in truth, with good intentions to heal the sick and the needy, but if despite seeing His good intentions the Pharisees still deliberately call Him and the Holy Spirit in Him as unclean, then there’s nothing more to say further.