From Persecutor to Preacher: Paul’s Personal Testimony in Galatians 1

I. Introduction (1:1-5) Paul introduces himself as an apostle of Jesus Christ, and greets the Galatians with a message of grace and peace. In the Bible, an apostle is generally defined as a person who is sent out on a mission or commission, usually by God or Jesus Christ, to preach the gospel and establish... Continue Reading →

Finding Peace In The Storm: A Christian’s Guide To Handling Anxiety

Finding peace in the midst of life's storms can be challenging, but God has given us at least 5 tools we need to help handle our anxiety. They include turning to God in prayer, reading the Bible, seeking fellowship with others, practicing stewardship, and trusting in God's plan. Let's discuss each spiritual discipline in detail.... Continue Reading →

Proverbs 6: A Roadmap to Personal Responsibility and Moral Living

Proverbs 6 is divided into three main sections: 1. warning against co-signing a loan for someone else, warning against laziness and immorality, and wisdom's benefits and warnings. Let's discuss each specific topic in detail. Warning against co-signing a loan for someone (Proverbs 6:1-5) This section begins with a warning to avoid becoming responsible for someone... Continue Reading →

Proverbs 5: The Dangers of Adultery And The Call To Fidelity

Introduction (Proverbs 5:1-2) Proverbs 5 primarily focuses on the theme of sexual morality. The main points of this chapter include paying attention to God's word, fleeing from the adulterous woman, finding fulfillment in your own wife, holding fast to marital fidelity, and the consequences of lust and immorality are severe. At the time of this... Continue Reading →

Wisdom for Life: Discovering the Gems of Proverbs 4

Introduction (Proverbs 4:1-4) In Proverbs 4, Solomon is speaking as a father, giving advice to his son about the importance of seeking wisdom. Conversely, He is warning his son to avoid the path of the wicked and the negative consequences of acting foolishly. When I was in middle school, there were a few friends I... Continue Reading →

Designed To Thrive: The Evidence For Creationism And Intelligent Design In The Natural World

Ken Ham, founder and CEO of Answers in Genesis once said: "One of the reasons I'm so passionate about teaching creationism is because I see it as a fundamental issue. If the history in Genesis is not true, then neither is the gospel. If you can't believe that God created Adam and Eve, then how... Continue Reading →

Beyond The Matrix: Theological Considerations In The Metaverse

Introduction In the movie, "The Matrix," Morpheus, the captain of the Nebuchadnezzar, speaks to the concept of the metaverse when he says: "What is the Matrix? Control. The Matrix is a computer-generated dream world, built to keep us under control in order to change a human being into this." While the Matrix in the movie... Continue Reading →

Humility and Wisdom: A Recipe for Success According to Proverbs 3

Proverbs 3 is a recipe for success, with humility and wisdom as the active ingredients involved in this delightful chapter. In this article, I want to highlight the key themes: a call to listen and follow the writer's instructions, trusting in the Lord, the blessings of wisdom, and heeding to God's discipline--and give practical examples... Continue Reading →

Unlocking the Wisdom Within: Proverbs 2 for a Fulfilling Life

I. Introduction Proverbs 2 is an excellent resource. In this chapter, God wants us to understand the benefits of wisdom and pursue it with all our heart mind, soul, and strength. Why? Because wisdom shapes our character in such a way that it reflects the beauty and majesty of God. When we are in-tune with... Continue Reading →

The Art of Living: Lessons in Wisdom and Virtue from Proverbs 1

When was the book of Proverbs written? The book of Proverbs was written over a period of many centuries, with various authors that contributed to its masterpiece. Most historians agree its primary author was written by King Solomon, the son of King David, as early as the 10th century BCE. The final form of the... Continue Reading →

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