Eat the tithe?

The idea that the believer is meant to eat his or her tithe instead if giving it to church is based on a major misconception. In the Old Testament, there were three sorts of tithes to be paid from the people, besides those from the Levites to the priests;

The Question of ‘Once Saved Forever Saved’ Part 3: What does grace look like in the context of scripture?

Does grace overlook it when we sin? No, it doesn’t. The Scripture says; “…Whoever says, ‘You fool!’ shall be in danger of hell fire.” Matthew 5:22 NKJV And again, in James it says; “Whoever keeps the whole Law but stumbles at just one point is guilty of breaking all of it”. James 2:10 Berean StudyContinue reading “The Question of ‘Once Saved Forever Saved’ Part 3: What does grace look like in the context of scripture?”

The Question of ‘Once Saved, Forever Saved’ Part 2: Why most people beat about the bush when debating ‘hyper-grace’

In my first post about this doctrine of ‘once saved, forever saved’, I said that many are poorly equipped to fight this error. So, in order for us to be better equipped, I spoke about the fundamentals of their philosophy of ‘grace’, so that we know what we’re up against. In this post, I wantContinue reading “The Question of ‘Once Saved, Forever Saved’ Part 2: Why most people beat about the bush when debating ‘hyper-grace’”

The Question of ‘Once Saved, Forever Saved’ Part 1: The Fundamentals of this New Grace Rave

There is a new wave of doctrinal error rampaging the church. Those who peddle this erroneous message are called ‘hyper grace’ teachers/preachers and like Jude, “I found it necessary to write to you exhorting you to contend earnestly for the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints. For certain men have creptContinue reading “The Question of ‘Once Saved, Forever Saved’ Part 1: The Fundamentals of this New Grace Rave”

COMMUNICATION 101: The Soul of a Healthy Debate

Lessons from a discussion between a five-year-old and his father. A young boy of 5 asked his father, ‘’Dad, why do we pay tax?’’ The father went on and on about how taxpayer’s money is used to fix roads, fund security and education and he listed so many other uses appealing to logic and reason.Continue reading “COMMUNICATION 101: The Soul of a Healthy Debate”

Becoming A Son

The Christian’s journey from birth to maturity is a progression from servant-hood through friendship to son-ship. According to Galatians, a child is no different from a servant even though he is the heir of all things. That means that what we are by birth-right is not necessarily what we are by experience. Therefore if aContinue reading “Becoming A Son”

The Celestial Garment

Criteria For The Last Move Of God In His Church In our last post we spoke on the significance of the Man Child, today, what I want to do is show us what we need to do to transit from ‘The Woman’ (of Revelation Chapter 12) to the Man Child. To do this I haveContinue reading “The Celestial Garment”

The Man Child (Part II)

Across the nations of the earth, God’s servants have been shown visions and given prophetic words about a great and powerful move of the Spirit that will transcend anything we have ever seen or heard before. They have all called this movement by different names raging from; the saint movement, to dove movement, and evenContinue reading “The Man Child (Part II)”

The Man Child (Part I)

We continue to explore the prophetic message revealed in the Woman and her offspring from our last two posts. If you have read the previous articles, then the identity of the Woman is quite clear by now – she is any generation of God’s people that is pregnant with a ‘Man Child’. When such aContinue reading “The Man Child (Part I)”

A New Year, A New Season

The Sun Sets On One Age and Rises On Another This post continues the flow of thoughts shared in The Untold Story Of Christmas. Today I want us to take a much deeper look at the woman that was clothed in the sun, moon and stars and the significance of the Man Child. (See RevelationContinue reading “A New Year, A New Season”

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