Jesus did two feeding miracles. In both occasions, the crowd were with Jesus Christ in a desolate place – the five thousand Jews and the four thousand Gentiles (Matthew 15:32-39; Mark 8:1-10). Jesus feeding the five thousand Jews was mentioned across all four gospels of the New Testament Scripture, but only Matthew and Mark recordedContinue reading “The Sufficiency Of The Gospel”
Christendom has two important annual occasions – the celebration of Christmas and the remembering of the Holy Week. It is widely acknowledged that the month of December, a winter time in Bethlehem (December to February), cannot be the time of Christ’s incarnate birth, given that Scripture spoke of shepherds in the field at the timeContinue reading “The Essence Of Our Faith”
I have previously written about my conversion to Christianity on my blog entitled “Regarding Wilmer”. Few days after my only son was buried, a Bible study was started at our home and continued every Monday evening, which lasted for two years. Since then, it became my habit to read the Bible every opportunity available toContinue reading “Utopia”
The Covid-19 pandemic has been around for a year now. Until today, its origin remains to be a matter of opinion, nothing conclusive or official. Just when vaccines are set to roll out, a couple of new variants or mutations of the virus have emerged and is now spreading, even as the original strain remainsContinue reading “Let The Reader Understand”
The Gospels contain parables. Jesus spoke a lot of parables, not always to conceal the truth but sometimes to speak the truth. The Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary defined “Parable” as “a short, simple story designed to communicate a spiritual truth, religious principle, or moral lesson; a figure of speech in which truth is illustratedContinue reading “True Riches”
For background, you may want to read my previous blog “Paul’s Martyrdom in Rome?” Here is a summary of Paul’s travel to Jerusalem after his 3rd Missionary Journey: Paul met church elders from Ephesus at Miletus because he wanted to sail past Ephesus for he was hastening to be at Jerusalem for the Pentecost (ActsContinue reading “Paul’s Martyrdom in Rome? (conclusion)”
According to Britannica.Com, the Tradition of Peter in Rome has no valid proofs except that of tradition claimed by early church fathers, see excerpt below: The strongest evidence to support the thesis that Peter was martyred in Rome is to be found in the Letter to the Corinthians (c. 96 CE; 5:1–6:4) of St. Clement of Rome. Peter, who by reasonContinue reading “Paul’s Martyrdom in Rome?”
During this time of the pandemic, a lot of Christians believe we are now in the “last days”. It was mainly due to the novels and books written about the supposed signs of the impending rapture and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. About a century ago, a pandemic known as the “Spanish Flu” lastedContinue reading “The Unending Last Days”
I am publishing verbatim explanation of ecclesia.org on the Dating of the Book of Revelation with a few notes from me. With the dating of Revelation, you establish the true historical prospective. If you date it early, you have its fulfillment in God’s judgment on Israel. If you date it late, you have every man’sContinue reading “Dating the Book of Revelation”
The story of Jesus and Nicodemus may be found through John 3:1-21. Nicodemus was said to be a ruler of the Jews. No, Nicodemus was neither a king or any kind of officer over the Jews but a teacher of Israel (John 3:10). Nicodemus was a Pharisee, therefore an expert of the Law. He wasContinue reading “The Eternal Gospel”
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