James Stalker and Updated by ... Paul was now in possession of his gospel and was aware that it was to be the mission of his life to preach it to the Gentiles, but he had still to wait a long time before his peculiar career commenced. We hear scarcely anything of him for other seven... Continue Reading →
James Stalker and updated by ... When a man has been suddenly converted, as Paul was, he is generally driven by a strong impulse to make known what has happened to him. Such testimony is very impressive; for it is that of a soul which is receiving its first glimpses of the realities of the unseen... Continue Reading →
James Stalker and Updated by ... It was the persecutor’s hope utterly to exterminate Christianity. But little did he understand its genius. It thrives on persecution. Prosperity has often been fatal to it, persecution never. “They that were scattered abroad went everywhere preaching the word.” Hitherto the church had been confined within the walls of Jerusalem;... Continue Reading →
Does the Bible Teach That God is Everywhere Present at Once? Norman L. Geisler defines Omnipresent: “Literally, omnipresence means that God is everywhere present at once (omni=everywhere + present).
Matthew 1:6-7 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 6 and Jesse became the father of David the king. From David to the Babylonian Exile And David became the father of Solomon by the wife of Uriah, 7 and Solomon became the father of Rehoboam, and Rehoboam became the father of Abijah, and Abijah became the father of Asa, Most... Continue Reading →
James Stalker and Updated by ... Persons whose conversion takes place after they are grown up are in the habit of looking back upon the period of their life which has preceded this event with sorrow and shame and to wish that an obliterating hand might blot the record of it out of existence. Paul felt... Continue Reading →
There are clear principles set out in the Bible that permit Christians to take a balanced, biblical view of voting and for whom they should be voting. Moreover, there appears to be no principle against the practice of voting itself. However, if we examining the Scriptures and reason from the Scriptures (Ac 17:2-3, 11), we... Continue Reading →