THE CROSS AND OUR SALVATION.

The very basis of Christianity is the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Over 2000 years ago, God sent His Son to die for us. We were deep, deep in sin and the penalty for our sins was death. In other words, we were all going to die (eternally). But Jesus came to earthContinue reading “THE CROSS AND OUR SALVATION.”

REDEEMED: THE RUTH STORY.

A perfect typology of the story of redemption is Ruth’s story. It is more than the love story some people paint it as. It depicts the beauty of salvation and the redeeming power of Jesus Christ. To understand this post better, Naomi represents the Jews, Ruth represents the gentiles (and us) and Boaz represents JesusContinue reading REDEEMED: THE RUTH STORY.

HOW TO REMAIN IN CHRIST.

As Christians, we are liable to face many challenges and persecution from people of the world. Especially in situations that require patience, it can be hard waiting when you see others cutting corners and getting it quick. No one likes to be stigmatised but at one point or the other, we would be stigmatised forContinue reading “HOW TO REMAIN IN CHRIST.”

DEALING WITH OUR WEAKNESSES.

In this post, I would like to use King Saul as a case study. Saul was envious and disobedient. He failed to put his trust in God and he let his weaknesses get to him. Many of us could have been living a better life but for the weaknesses that hold us in the bondageContinue reading “DEALING WITH OUR WEAKNESSES.”

GRACE IN COMPARISON WITH THE LAW

“Tell me why you are bent on being under the Law, do you not listen to what the Law really says”? (Galatians 4:21). This post comes as a follow up to the post of last two weeks on Grace. Whenever grace is mentioned, the Law is more than likely to be mentioned as well. So,Continue reading “GRACE IN COMPARISON WITH THE LAW”

“MAY THE GRACE OF OUR LORD…”

More often than not, in Christian gatherings and ceremonies, after the closing prayer comes the grace. When we are asked questions that we have no definite answer to, we go for the default ‘by God’s grace’. And why does Apostle Paul keep mentioning the grace of God? The bible even lets us know that theContinue reading ““MAY THE GRACE OF OUR LORD…””