Does putting our trust in Jesus result in God removing our sin nature from us, as 2 Corinthians 5:17 seems to say? I believe the answer to that is, “No!” This post explains why that is so and notes what I believe the true meaning of this verse is.
I believe that Revelation is primarily describing events Christians will experience PRIOR to the return of Jesus. This post explains how knowing this can help in understanding the urgency of John’s plea to read, hear, and take to heart what is revealed in this enigmatic book.
Comparison of some teachings promoted by the “Before the Wrath” DVD with what the Bible actually says and why “After the Wrath” seems to make more sense.
This post provides supports for my contention that there are three different accounts in the Book of Revelation of the return of Jesus and the events that precede it.
Jesus’ return, like the coming of a thief in the night, may not be good news for Christians who are unprepared for it.
Although there are many things that will happen before Jesus returns, there are three things that must happen. This post notes what those three things are.
This article discusses why I believe that those “taken” or “taken away” when Jesus’ returns will be nonbelievers – those who have not made a personal commitment to follow Jesus – and why those “left” or “left behind” will be Christians – those who are followers of Jesus.
This article summarizes my understanding of Jesus’ discourse regarding the end times recorded in Matthew 24 and Luke 21. My conclusion based on this and a future article I intend to write is that Jesus returns only once and that when He does, the results will be immediate and dire for those unprepared.
When Jesus sees His bride coming from heaven, who His bride may actually be.
Why the only ones affected by the Mark of the Beast prior to Jesus’ return may be Christians.
But which prayers will always be effective.
This article discusses that enigmatic verse in Ecclesiastes 7:26 where Solomon says that he found one upright man among a thousand, but could not find even a single upright woman.
James 3:1 says, “Not many of you should presume to be teachers.” Who does this verse apply to? Is it only to those who have an official role as a pastor or teacher? Or does it have much broader implications?
Proverbs 22;6 says, “Train up a child according to his way, and when he grows old, he will not depart from it.” Is this a promise or a warning? And does “his way” means “the Lord’s way” or “the child’s way.”
What did Jesus mean when He said, “Where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them (Matthew 18:20)?” Was this a promise that He would be with us when we pray in groups? Is final verse in a set of instruction regarding how to discipline someone in our churches? Or did Jesus have something else in mind when He spoke these words? This article gives an account of my journey from confusion to understanding regarding the context of this verse and what Jesus may have been telling us, at least as I see it today.