Scripture, writings and prophets

There is no concrete reason for why Jewish scribes considered Job and Daniel to be part of writings. However, based on Jesus and His disciples, we can confidently say that Daniel and Job are considered prophets and therefore must be among the “prophets” and not writings in Tanakh. As for the rest of the writings, they are of great value to read but not part of Scripture according to Jesus.

What if I sin again and again?

If we sin ‘again’, we must ask repentance and not sin again. We must keep in mind that opportunity to repent for our sins is not always guaranteed as we see in the case of Ananias and Sapphira who died at the spot for sinning. We must also keep in mind that God has absolutely no obligation to forgive sins simply because we asked for it. We must plead by being humble and His forgiveness is only because of His mercy towards us. With this in mind, we must think twice before we sin again.

What does Christ’s coming on the clouds mean?

Clouds when used in context of God, it is used either symbolic or literal but always represents the presence and the glory of God. Christ coming in the clouds may not necessarily look like Falcon 9 first stage landing visible only for a local region. Christ’s coming will be a more terrifying and dreadful event that affects globally because, Christ is coming in the glory of God in the form of a cloud, sitting at the right hand of God, all powerful where all nations will be gathered before Him and the heaven and earth fled away. 

Truth about Nephilim

Who are the pre-flood giants or Nephilim? The sons of God are undoubtedly fallen angels. While a literal interpretation provides a union of angels and women, with Nephilim or giant offspring, a more allegorical interpretation is identical to how God uses the terms to explain the spiritual adultery of Israel. Is it possible that fallen angels lead people groups into worshipping them in return of earthly power and demonic wisdom? You decide.

Wrath of God

Wrath of God will kill you in a very great plague, will make you self-cannibalise, will make you a fuel for fire, will make your children dashed, wives ravished, houses plundered, will leave in the midst of a furnace, will deliver to brutal men who are skilful to destroy and many more. Are you still deceived that God has no wrath on the wicked and disobedient? It is our disobedience that will cause the wrath of God. Being humble before God delays the judgement for disobedience. If we don’t bear fruits of repentance, we cannot flee from the wrath of God. Who is able to stand before the wrath of God?

Holy Spirit is given only if you keep Christ’s Word

Many Christians are deceived that the Holy Spirit is given just by hearing of faith or by believing based on Paul’s lies. Jesus made it clear that if we keep His commandments, He will pray to the Father who will send the Holy Spirit to us which the world cannot receive. Only if we keep His word, the Father and the Son will come to us and make it home. As we see in the early church, it was because of Cornelius with all his household’s fear of God, his alms, and his righteousness, the Holy Spirit was given to him and his household. In contrast to Christ and Peter, Paul deceives many Christians today that they receive the Holy Spirit when they believe.

Did Jesus teach us to sell everything and lose our jobs?

Jesus taught several times to sell all that a person has and give it to the poor. What does it mean to sell all? Is Jesus asking us to become homeless and lose our jobs? Jesus was speaking about selling treasures or riches, not our basic needs. Jesus Himself was mentioned as a carpenter just like His earthly father Joseph was a carpenter before He began His ministry.

Parable of Serving God

Jesus is teaching us that the wicked is more shrewd than the righteous. He is using the parable of the unjust steward as an example to show us how we must not be unfaithful on other’s wealth but to use our wealth and be friends with God who can invite us into His eternal home and serve Him rather than riches. Here Jesus is teaching us how to be faithful in little things which He calls as serving God.