A quarter of the Bible is of prophecies. While no prophecy of Scripture is a private interpretation, not all will be fulfilled. Prophecies can be conditional, superseded, delayed, recurring and established. In this post, we will explore different types of prophecies based on Scripture.
There were times when someone desperately need some help and a prophet or a preacher would ask God for help. These days, many Christians outsource their prayers to a team of so-called prayer warriors and several new Christian ministries exist based on this very lie. In this post, we will look into the deception of prayer ministry.
The root cause for issues in marriages are contentions of the wife and lack of authority from husband. This is true in many Christian couples today. In this post, we will explore from Scriptures, the reasons for contentions of a wife and how to avoid them by being submissive.
The root cause for issues in marriages are contentions of the wife and lack of authority from husband. This is true in many Christian couples today. In this post, we will explore from Scriptures regarding a husband’s authority in marriage, proper honour and understanding of wife.
In recent years, there are laws allowing mercy killing or voluntary assisted dying for certain people (e.g., terminal illness) are being allowed. While it seems to be merciful to end a suffering life, taking a life is murder and taking one’s own life is suicide. Where do we draw the line, and what does the Bible say about it?
Scriptures contain several battles between several nations. Sometimes God wants a nation to fight against its enemy and destroy it while other sometimes He wants to surrender. In this post, we will explore the situations when God wants a nation to fight and when to surrender and look into the present crisis we have in Russia and Ukraine with Biblical perspective.
The vision given to Dumitru Duduman in April of 1997 may have significance to the current war between Ukraine and Russia.
We all know that Jesus Christ was tempted by Satan. We looked at it in a couple of previous posts, Why do we have temptations? and Don’t quote Scripture like Satan. In this post, we will explore the most important temptation of Jesus, repeatedly tempted by Satan, i.e, to make Jesus doubt Himself if He is truly the Son of God.