Lesson 3: What is the Kingdom?

In order for us to understand the Kingdom, we must discover the literal meaning of the word “kingdom”. A kingdom is a monarchy which is ruled by a single person or a family for life. The word “monarchy” is defined by Merriam Webster dictionary as an “undivided rule or absolute sovereignty by a single person”. […]

Lesson 4: What is the Gospel of the Kingdom?

“Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God. Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.” John 3:3, 5 […]

Avoiding the Trap of Mancentredness

If all the reasons for division among Christians can be summarized into one thing, I think it will be this: moving away from a God-centred position to a man-centred position. In fact, if there could be a neat categorization of Christians into two groups, it will probably be: Those who are moving closer to a […]

The Complementariness of the Two Covenants

We must admit our limitations in understanding and appropriating the New Covenant, apart from the grace of God. What Grace is to the New Covenant is what Law is to the Old Covenant. The principles and purposes of God did not change because of the change in covenant. The Law God gave Israel is still […]

Put on the New Man

“And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness.” Ephesians 4:24 God has not done more for any man than others. He has offered Himself in the same abundant measure to all those who seek Him (John 10:10). Whenever it looks like a believer is struggling […]

Reminders for the New Year

Welcome to 2018.  While we rejoice for entering into a New Year, with all the blessings and promises that accompanies it, it will not be out of place to seek the mind of God for this year, and to ascertain the things to keep before our eyes as we take our journeys. Before I list […]

A New Cruse…

Sometimes I wonder why we don’t take the words of Jesus seriously, even though we will like to (make ourselves) think we do. We have creeds and statements of faith that evangelically lists our “biblical” beliefs but I am beginning to think that they are mere formalities that end up as an official document or […]

Scriptural Precursors to Unity of Faith

What must happen before we can have unity of faith We see what God has done for us by His Sovereign Grace in Ephesians chapters 1 to 3. And if you have not yet seen it, you might as well take your time right now to go through it. It is a revelation of that […]