Category Archives: Easter

The New And Improved Law (part 3)

About three weeks ago I posted my continuing  thoughts about the law of God. I posted, The New And Improved Law (part 2). There I stated that the Old Covenant, with all of its laws, regulations, animal sacrifices, etc., contained … Continue reading

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Two Separate “Day of Pentecost”?

Last month, on May 15, 2016. I attended a Christian church service that was dedicated as the birthday of the Christian Church. That particular church I was fellowshipping had labeled that Sunday to be “the day of Pentecost“. I was scratching … Continue reading

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The Body of Christ

This past weekend, the Christian community, for the most part, celebrated the passion of Jesus Christ. The Church showed her appreciation of His resurrection by acknowledging the great significance of that event for all of mankind. As I meditated on it, I … Continue reading

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Without Love

Jesus Christ is risen! Jesus Christ is alive! Let us worship Him! Let the world be merry! Let the world be singing! Let the world now celebrate! Let’s clap our hands with joy! Strike the drums with gladness! Clash the … Continue reading

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The Passion Of The Messiah

This past Friday evening, March 27, I watched a musical performance on the passion of Jesus Christ that a prominent church in Connecticut puts on annually. It helped me start getting into the spirit of the season of reflection and … Continue reading

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Heaven Help Us All

Tomorrow, Resurrection Sunday (also known as Easter), will be observed by most Christians the world over. They will be honoring God and His Son, Jesus Christ, for delivering mankind from the bondage of sin. God has helped all of humanity … Continue reading

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Jesus and Syncretism (part 2)

Two weeks ago, on the May 15, 2013 post entitled, Jesus and Syncretism, I stated that there are several of you Christians who believe that the mainstream Christian Church has wrongly added “pagan” customs and practices (incompatible syncretism) to the Christian … Continue reading

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Jesus and Syncretism (part 1)

In the April 17, 2013 post, I discussed several reasons why I believe Jesus is the Son of God. One reason I noted was because of how the ancient and mighty Roman Empire changed from being a polytheistic (many gods) … Continue reading

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Are Many Christians Pagan?

In last week’s blog (April 17, 2013) I asked the question as to why is it that during the holyday/holiday season such as Resurrection Sunday (Easter)  we recently observed and other holydays such as Christmas and New Years, I get … Continue reading

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The Easter Message

Today’s sermon that I heard at services on Easter Sunday, was about : Three Things Required for Salvation I intend to post more sermon outlines that I heard at services in weeks. to come  What message did you  hear at … Continue reading

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