Hebrews 10 The writer of this great Book in his quest to making a distinction between the Old and New Testaments; comparing what the High Priest, the rituals, ceremonies and sacrifices represented as patterns and shadows of the good things … Continue reading
The day of Pentecost, filled with many miracles, signs and wonders had come and gone, the disciples had waited at the Upper Room for the coming of the Holy Spirit, they had spoken in other dialects and language, and many … Continue reading
The Gnostics taught that in addition to salvation or believing in Christ, one must also receive the gnosis or the esoteric knowledge. This was rebutted by the Apostle and even the early church fathers that lived in the period after … Continue reading
The disciples had been with Jesus for quite sometime now; they experienced the miraculous and healing power of the Almighty as Jesus healed the sick, the oppressed and went as far as raising the dead. The Jews will only be … Continue reading
Matthew 13 The most important parable taught to all by Jesus, is the Parable of the sower and the seed. He declared the importance of this parable when His disciples came to Him for an explanation on the parable. He … Continue reading
Jesus, in one of His teachings admonished us to have love one for the other as believers. He taught that we should love our neighbors and most especially our enemies. Most Christians if not all are aware of this commandment … Continue reading
Season Greetings to you my friends in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. I would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. Jesus is the reason for Christmas; He had no choice but … Continue reading
The great Apostle Paul turned on his fellow countrymen whom he felt would cast aspersions to the Gentile race because they felt the Gentiles were on a dark spiral downward. He made it clear to the Jews that they would … Continue reading
Romans 1 and 2 We read about the story of two different categories of people in the Epistle written by Apostle Paul to the Church in Rome. This is one of the chewiest epistles from this great man of God. … Continue reading
There was a lady who suffered from what the medical experts would label CIPA. CIPA is an acronym that means, Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with Anhidrosis. It is an exceptionally rare inherited disorder of the nervous system, which prevents the perception of pain, heat, cold or any nerve related sensation, which also includes feeling the nudge to urinate.
People with this disorder are very likely to injure themselves in ways that would normally be avoided by feeling pain. For example, anyone suffering from this could burn him or herself severely and not even notice or feel any pain. The main signs of this disorder are lack of pain sensation, painless injuries of the arms, legs and oral structures.
You can then imagine what this lady’s parent would be praying and wishing for; they would wish for her to feel the sensation of pain at the very least. Imagine she steps on a piece of nail and no one knows and the same gives her serious infection…it could or would lead to her death.
This is what happens when we are not aware of the so-called evil around us.
1) All of us are well aware that God created all things so the question then is:
2) Is Evil part of the things God created?
3) If the above question is correct, did God create Evil?
Please join me on the 18th of November as we discuss this and more!