Posts from April 2018

Preference Excuse

Evil Excuse Pt 1

Excuse Against Hope The Question of Evil   If God exists why does he allow Evil in the world?   It is impossible to overrate the incredibly profound implications that this objection has in the minds of people. In this study you will find that not only is the question of evil the most frequent excuse against hope and God, but most incredibly, in the very objection itself, it reveals to us that we all have an innate knowledge of…

Opposites Hate Your Enemies?

The Opposite is True Hate Your Enemies   What is most interesting about this series is that it does not take long before we come to realise that everything about what the Bible teaches is diametrically opposed to how we might naturally think, to hate your enemies is normal, but to love them?   The natural tendency of the world is to hate your enemy. It seems to go without saying that for a person to be considered an enemy,…
Preference Excuse

Preference Excuse

Excuses Against Hope preference excuse If it works for you that’s fine, just don’t push your beliefs on me” This is a type of Preference Excuse.   I don’t really receive these arguments any longer, it’s not because people don’t have the excuse today, but because the Gospel is now explained clearer so the lost person comes to understand the danger he is in. The excuse generally comes from unbelief, to him Christianity is a crutch that is as good…

opposite is true. life

The Opposite is True “Life” Isaiah wrote “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” (Isa 5:20) Thursdays I will be writing a series called “The Opposite is True”, how the world and its thinking is completely opposed to all we read in the Bible. We live in an increasingly mad world, one that is truly beginning to think of…


CHARITY, a word that also became a name for dear young girls in years past and found in the Bible to represent the love between all who take Christ as their Lord. Its significance is important and worthy of our understanding.

176 Words Verse 36

Covetousness, this malady that affects us all is also referred to as Lust by the Apostle Paul saying, “..I had not known sin, but by the law: for I had not known lust, except the law had said, Thou shalt not covet.” (Rom 7:7). Clearly it was that to which the Psalmist desired an exchange of his hearts inclination.

176 Words Verse 35

“Make me to go in the path of thy commandments; For therein do I delight”   (Ps 119:35) What an infinite joy it would be to never be able to sin against the Lord, to indeed “go in the path of his commandments”, this truly is the secret to lasting joy and happiness. In truth, to those who are born again, those who have been given a new heart where they desire to follow and to obey the commandments of…