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God’s mature sons are becoming fathers in a fatherless society, just as Malachi prophesied: the spirit of Elijah will turn the hearts of the fathers to the sons and vice versa. This is paramount as the whole creation is crying out for the manifestation of the sons of God. I pray and believe that these writings can help in this.

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Too light for Naturalness

And this is the writing that was inscribed:Mene, Mene, Tekel, and Parsin. Dan 5:25 Physics for decades now wants to prove a characteristic of the universe: naturalness. Naturalness is defined by the request that all free constants and parameters should have an order of 1. Let me explain this in more understandable terms—at least from my […]

Is Thinking an integral Part of Faith?

Desire without knowledge is not good, and one who moves too hurriedly misses the way. Pro 19:2 In Proverbs, we find three words that are closely connected—wisdom, understanding, and knowledge. Wait a moment, didn’t you mess up the order of those words there? I am convinced that I did not. A Definition Wisdom in the Hebrew […]

Is Christmas cancelled this Year?

A Savior has just been born in David’s town, a Savior who is Messiah and Master. Luk 2:11 I don’t know whether there will be christmas this year. At least for me. One year ago, December 18, 2013, my mom took her life. Aided by some organisation that has the audacity to call suicide an […]

All men are equal

For one man is not different from another before God. Rom 2:11 A few weeks back we had a Sunday school class about this verse. Using a classic German translation, it said: God does not look at the person. I got a puzzled look from one of the boys. I then realised what he must […]

The Connotation of Faith

Therefore, we hold the view that a person comes to be considered righteous by God on the ground of trusting, which has nothing to do with legalistic observance of Torah commands. Rom 3:28 Paul calls this—righteousness by trust—another way, independent of law. A few verses earlier, Paul tells us that we are called righteous because […]