New Creation Church Theme of the Year 2021 is Hazon Vision. Pray for the eyes of my heart to be enlightened to receive wisdom and revelation.
The language of faith operates in the past and present tenses. A comparison of Robert Young Literal Translation of the Bible and the King James Version
The widow of Zarephath encountered God’s undeserved grace when He sent Prophet Elijah to her in her time of need.
The parable of the new wine in old wineskins appears in Luke 5:36-39. Why did Jesus tell this parable? What does it mean? Here is my take on it.
Weapons of spiritual warfare are mentioned in 2 Corinthians Chapter 10 verse 3 to 6. Find out what they are and why they work.
Some hard sayings of Jesus appeared in Luke Chapter 14. Why did Jesus say these? Why did he make discipleship seem so tough?
What is the true grace of God? How is it be perverted? What is the consequences of this perversion according to Jude chapter 1 verse 4?
The dismissal of Hagar happened in Genesis 21:8-13. Paul interpreted the spiritual significance of this passage in Galatians 4:22-31.
The famous Love is Patient verse in the bible appears in 1 Corinthians 13:4. It describes God’s love for me, not my love for Him.
The fruit of the spirit verse appears twice in the New Testament: Galatians 5:22-23 and Ephesians 5:8-10.
The Light of the World verse appears in the bible at John 8:12, John 9:5, and Matthew 5:14. Let’s study the context and significance.
We put a toy model of Moses Tabernacle together by using the instructions found in Exodus 26. Every article points to an aspect of Jesus.
The treasure in the field appears in Matthew 13:44-45. Who or what does it represent?
What are the benefits of tithing? Is it just a responsibility we have as Christians? Or is there something more?
The disciple whom Jesus loved was mentioned 5 times in the Gospel of John. Who do you think it is?
I came across the Nethinim while reading Ezra 2:43 to 58. It contains the names of the temple servants who returned to Jerusalem. It reminds me of my fellow church servers.