The Gospel is not a theoretical statement, the confession of faith in Jesus is not just to identify religious nomination, nor to convert those who confess His name in nominal believers; … Continue reading Who are the believers in Jesus? Those who confess His name, or those who establish His Word?
The change of name in Abraham is not just a fantasy story, it is God’s promise to the man of faith to intervene in his circumstance, to establish by it, and in him, the testimony that God is a personal God. Continue reading What did the change of name mean for Abraham?
Only the man/woman of faith has the authority and power to transform deformed realities and make them precedents for acts of faith by which others can see, hear and receive into their hearts the transforming Grace; Continue reading What does “things which eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man” mean?
God can provide in the same supernatural way as He did in the past, the problem of the lack of supernatural provision for our time is not in Him, it is in His people, in the people who confess His name, because they do not know Him, because their leaders preach skepticism, and they do not succeed in establishing faith among their communities, because they do not know the Word of the Lord. Continue reading Can God provide in our time the same way He did in the past?
Can God help in time of crisis? Yes, God definitely intervenes, and helps in the midst of times of crisis, and He does so literally. It is enough to open any book of the Bible where the suffering, individual or collective, of one who has willingly believed in Him is narrated, as to realize the miraculous and supernatural way that God uses to “save” those who invoke Him. The Bible also tells us that God is the same for all centuries, that in Him there is no shadow of variation; this, for those who can argue that such supernatural intervention was a thing of the past, and that in the present He does so only through the scientific resources that man has developed. Continue reading Can God help in time of crisis? And if He helps, how does He do it?
Of the three stages that this judgment of God established upon Egypt, the third stage has been particularly striking to me: and I will execute judgment in all the gods of Egypt. I think the reason for this is because the judgment is not only directed against the gods alone, but against the niches where they have been placed; if the gods are in the heart of a man/woman of faith, they will also suffer the same fate. Continue reading And I will make judgments on all the gods of Egypt. I JEHOVAH