Archive for June 21, 2012
In Matthew 21:42, Jesus then replies to the Pharisees after their response, “Have you never read in the Scriptures: ‘The stone which the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone. This was the LORD’s doing, and it is marvelous in our eyes’?”
I love the teachings of Jesus. It is remarkable. I could just sit at His feet all day to listen to Him. If we examine the style of His teaching in this instance, first He asks them what would be the right thing to do in that particular situation, then He presents them scripture, and next He will provide More >
We have moved into the final chapter of this splendid gospel of John – John 21.
It is interesting to note that some commentators believe that this chapter was not penned by John himself. They believe that John died before his gospel was circulated to the churches. In their view, the prologue (John 1: 1 – 18) and John 21 were added to John’s gospel record by John’s disciples. And that John closed his writing with the words from 20:30 – 31 “Jesus did many other miraculous signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book. But More >
In Matthew 27:66, the chief priest and Pharisees took the Roman guard to the grave site of Jesus and made it secure, and along with the guard they set a seal on the stone.
We would assume the evolutionary process that scientist preach to the world would have advanced us to being far better people. Apparently this has not happened. They attempted to lock God in a cave back then and through other means of technological advances, people have discovered more ways to put God away. At the same time, people have found more ways of doing evil. For some strange reason, a decrease in More >
The entire person of Jesus is but as one gem, and his life is all along but one impression of the seal. He is altogether complete; not only in his several parts, but as a gracious all-glorious whole. His character is not a mass of fair colours mixed confusedly, nor a heap of precious stones laid carelessly one upon another; he is a picture of beauty and a breastplate of glory. In him, all the “things of good repute” are in their proper places, and assist in adorning each other. Not one feature in his glorious person attracts attention at More >