A Glimpse to Discipleship

The Lord Jesus Christ spent three years calling disciples to Himself. He ate, slept and taught them the truths of the Bible. When opportunity arose, He cautioned against living double lives and encouraged them to trust His Word and change for the glory of God. Nowhere in Scripture did He teach the disciples to enrichContinue reading “A Glimpse to Discipleship”

Utopia

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”

True Riches

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”

The Eschatological Divide

The Hastings’ Dictionary of the Bible defined “eschatology” as The department of theology which is concerned with the “last things,” that is, with the state of individuals after death, and with the course of human history when the present order of things has been brought to a close. It includes such matters as the consummationContinue reading “The Eschatological Divide”

Spiritual Blindness: Conclusion

A study on John 9 In my last blog posting, I said, “The healed blind man did not only experience restored eyesight, but more importantly recovery from spiritual blindness.” Interestingly, John 1 also hinted on the idea of spiritual blindness. See John 1:10-11: He [Jesus] was in the world, and the world was made throughContinue reading “Spiritual Blindness: Conclusion”

Spiritual Blindness: Introduction

A study on John 9 This Sunday, for our house gathering, we did a study on the Gospel of John, a disciple of Jesus Christ, specifically chapter 9 of the said gospel.  The story of the man born blind appeared only in the Gospel of John. Following the flow of narrative presented by John, JesusContinue reading “Spiritual Blindness: Introduction”