Introduction to a series of articles on prophecy with a look at the Biblical background.
The Bible speaks of God as “Sovereign” and “Sovereign Lord” Him being worthy to receive the glory and the honour and the power, because He created all things. Jehovah’s sovereignty has beauty, excellence and dignity. The psalmist writes: “Righteousness and judgment [or, “justice”] are the established place of your throne; loving-kindness and trueness themselves come in before your face.” (Ps. 89:14)
For sixteen centuries the Jews were allowed to try to prove their ability to keep the Law and gain the reward of life and glory. Sad experience proved to some few of them their inability and the fact that the Law ordained unto life was really a ministration of condemnation to them, and could, never […]
In the previous articles we have seen how important it is to belong to a community which is under Christ, who was “raised again for our justification” (Romans 4: 25). In our hope in that one man from Nazareth who was willing put his will aside for only following that what God wanted him to […]
Blog about Prophecy Prophecy is an important part of the Bible. God uses it for showing future events that will bring about His purpose. For example, He prophesied or predicted to Adam and Eve to show that sin would eventually be overcome, Likewise, He gave prophecy to Abraham to show that there would be one […]
The Righteous Voice Things to tell God had blessed the first human beings, and had said unto them to be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moved upon the […]
Creator and Blogger God History of the development Creating into His image according to His likeness Doubt It were God’s Words which were spoken out over the earth which were heard by man. He was free to listen to Them and could chose what to do with Them. But there it went wrong, early at […]
Scriptures testifying about Jesus the Messiah, giving words to contemplate around the central theme of the Kingdom of God. A Master teacher as example Christ had appointed apostles who would be his authoritative spokesmen. He taught, guided and inspired them with the many works he did in the name of the Father. After some time […]