The Top Ten Most Frequently Asked Questions Q: Why do you call Jesus Christ Yahshua?
God, our Father We believe in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the Creator of all things.1 He revealed Himself to Moses as Yahweh, “The Existing One,” a name that expresses His eternal nature.2 He is loving and merciful, full of compassion.3 He is also righteous and just, and will judge all of mankind according to their deeds.4 1. Genesis 12:1-3; 14:19-20; Exodus 3:6 2. Exodus 3:14 3. Exodus 34:6-7; Matthew 9:12-13 4. Ecclesiastes 12:14; Psalm 9:8
In the darkness of the night, in his huge, elaborately decorated bed chamber, the mighty king tossed restlessly to and fro in his lavish bed. He was dreaming a terrifying dream. In his mind’s eye, King Nebuchadnezzar stood gazing at a great and tall statue of extraordinary splendor which was standing before him.
For as long as the sun has risen and the rivers have flowed to the sea, so has creation remained faithful. Her character has remained the same, constant, set, unchanging, still. For thousands of years the apple has fallen, the spider has spun, the salmon has fought, and the butterfly has expressed new life... so will the highest creation of all, mankind, continue to express his present state.
Since the establishment of Christianity, the ones who were willing to do God’s will have sensed that something was wrong.
Satan will one day destroy half his house to exalt the other half. Isn't that a sign of his coming end? “A house divided against itself cannot stand,” is more than common sense. These words of our Master Yahshua were actually one of the most awesome prophecies of the entire Bible — the end of Satan, his finish!
If any man hears my words, and believes not, I judge him not. (John 12:41) That declaration spoken by our Master 2000 years ago established for all time how those who believe in Him should treat those who don’t believe.
The Founding Fathers who created the American system of government understood well the lessons of history, from the early days of the Crusades through the Inquisition, the Reformation, and into 16 th and 17 th century England. This bred in them a deep mistrust of religion — any religion — if it were combined with the power of the state. It was little different in the New World. In almost every colony, one religious persuasion would gain the reins of civil government to persecute...
“Three? Did you say three eternal destinies? I thought it was only heaven or hell...” Can you imagine yourself asking this question? If so, it is not surprising. After all, Christians have been preaching about heaven and hell for almost two thousand years.
Roger Williams came to the New World in 1631 with much the same hopes as the first Pilgrim Separatists. His heart’s desire was to see a pure church raised up, with no ties to the Church of England and its corruption, compromise, and oppression.
In the early 200s Christians were faced with state-mandated worship of gods they did not believe in. Thomas Jefferson, one of America’s founding fathers, could have spoken Tertullian’s stirring words about the rights of man in response to this persecution:
Satan is intent on deceiving the whole world however he can, by whatever means he can. Since the fall of man in the Garden until the present day, he has attempted to lead the whole world astray:
The officer curtly informed them during an earlier raid on their community:
November 20, 2013 Very honored Frau Roser,
My First Time at a Court Hearing
So asks Judith Woods of Sweden: Have Sweden's permissive parents given birth to a generation of monsters?
A Question for the People of Germany
Cultural Spillover considers the claims of those opposed to discipline of children in light of the microcosm Sweden now presents us of the future: a world without discipline.
He who spares his rod hates his son, but if you love him, chasteneth him betimes. (Proverbs 13:24)
Monday 23 09th 2013 Dear Madam Chancellor Angela Merkel,