Hi! My name is Jason. I was referred to your website and I finally had a look- interesting!
I too have been reading the NWT and all JW literature for the past 12 years on and off and many meetings.
I have noticed that though well qualified to teach the “Good news”, some get caught up in lifes activities and demands (like everyone does) and thus sacrifice “Personal” bible study. Continue reading →
The Australia federal Labor government is pushing ahead with its proposal to ADD ‘sexual orientation’ and gender identity’ as protected attributes to federal anti-discrimination laws.
The government had initially proposed wide-ranging changes to the anti-discrimination laws – including combining all the discrimination laws from five Acts. However, due to public outcry at the restrictions they would place on freedom of speech and freedom of religion, the Labor government ditched the proposals – ALL EXCEPT the addition of sexual orientation, gender identity and intersex to the current Sex Discrimination Act. Continue reading →
Revelation 10 introduces us to a remarkable figure.
I saw another strong angel coming down out of heaven, clothed with a cloud; and the rainbow was upon his head, and his face was like the sun, and his feet like pillars of fire and he had in his hand a little book which was open. He placed his right foot on the sea and his left on the land and he cried out with a loud voice, as when a lion roars; and when he had cried out, the seven peals of thunder uttered their voices. Rev 10:1-3 Continue reading →
I have much appreciation and thanks for the service your site provides to the Church at large.
I think your article opposing cessationist doctrine entitled “When That Which is Perfect has Come“ is excellent. In your archives you also have a repost of a Sandy Simpson article regarding NAR (New Apostolic Reformation) entitled “A Case of Piocchio’s Nose“. While I am not a NAR adherent and believe the article to be sound, there’s one scripture passage not mentioned in the article that I am hoping you are willing to address. You may refer to it in other articles, but it would be helpful if Moriel and/or Sandy Simpson would speak to the following: Continue reading →
The 3,000-member NorthWood Church of Keller, T.X. is holding a “Global Faith Forum” in November. In yet another Islamist-attended interfaith event, Christians will hear from a former Saudi intelligence chief, a former director-general of Al-Jazeera, officials from U.S. Muslim Brotherhood entities and the non-Muslims who embrace them. Continue reading →
Last week, we learned that the Jewish group known as Z Street had its tax exempt status application held up because it was “connected to Israel”. Last night, Lori Lowenthal Marcus, Z Street’s representative Lori Lowenthal Marcus appeared with Greta van Susteren and said that not only is the group’s 2009 filing still not approved but that the reason given for the delay had to do with terrorism taking place in Israel. Continue reading →
Why did Jesus pick Galilee as the place where his disciples would see Him?
The Pilgrim Feasts were over and it was normative for Galileans to return to Galilee until next Pilgrim feast 50 Days later (Shavuoth/ Weeks; Pentecost). By returning to His earthly home in Galilee Jesus was showing He had totally accomplished the Messianic Fulfillment of Passover and First Fruits which had to take place in Jerusalem. This is a little complicated to explain. Answers to such questions are usually found in the Torah. Only Jews who completed the two Pilgrim Feasts could return home. If someone became ritually defiled (by a touching a corpse or pagan contact or something inadvertant like a male coming into unintentional contact with menstual blood – all kinds of stuff; see for instance John 18:28) . If a Jew did not totally fulfill the feasts they had to remain in Jerusalem for a whole month of purification to observe the two paschal feasts Pesach and First Fruits. By Jesus going home He signified He achieved the fulfilment as the Paschal Lamb and as The First Fruit (1 Corinthians 15:20). Continue reading →
I had always promised before the Lord Jesus two things concerning Christian TV. The first is that I would never “Ride in Ahab’s Chariot”; that is I would not appear on the same channel, network, or station that broadcast heretical money preachers. I would not want Moriel to be misunderstood as endorsing such deceivers who have prostituted God’s Word or allow us to be identified with them in the eyes of the secular public. They discredit the Gospel of Salvation to the world, twisting the truth into a financial con game. Continue reading →
Although we rejoice at his homecoming, for his family and ourselves it was with sadness that we learned Brother Aeron Morgan, former General Superintendent of The Assemblies of God in both the UK and Australia and former principal of Southern Cross (formerly Commonwealth) Bible college. He had been struggling with an illness for some months. Continue reading →