Does God Want us to be Poor?

When our last article was shared on facebook, one of the followers of our page asked this same question: "Does God want us to be poor?" One of the main questions adherents of the ‘prosperity gospel’ ask whenever their theology of “come to Jesus and be rich and healthy” comes under scrutiny is, “do you … Continue reading Does God Want us to be Poor?

How Not To Preach The Gospel

Recently, I read an online article on a Facebook contact’s wall with a captivating title, “How to Preach the Gospel: The ‘Blessing’ Outreach.” I was exhilarated as I opened to read. But was disappointed.  In the article, the author sought to provide some tips for effective evangelism. In summary, the article suggested that for effective … Continue reading How Not To Preach The Gospel

Fake vs Genuine Conversion II

In the previous article, we established that not all conversions are genuine -- not all that glitters is gold. In this second part, we will go on to see the permanent characteristics of genuine conversion as we can glean from Scriptures. Counterfeit Conversions In dealing with non-genuine conversions, one can distinguish between two kinds: temporal … Continue reading Fake vs Genuine Conversion II

Fake vs Genuine Conversion

In the recent past, in the Gambia, there was a big stir among many in Christian circles when a former clergy man announced his conversion to Islam on a national platform. This event doubtless re-ignited the age-old discussion, “does once saved mean forever saved?” – otherwise known in theology as the perseverance of the saints. … Continue reading Fake vs Genuine Conversion

Only God Can Open The Door of A Sinner’s Heart

In a recent sermon by a pastor, he quoted Rev. 3:20 in line with a response to the gospel. Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me. On many gospel tracts today, … Continue reading Only God Can Open The Door of A Sinner’s Heart

“Lord, Lord…”

If there is any text in the Bible that startles so many professing Christians in evangelicalism today, it is Matthew 7:21-23. Before we proceed, it is important to note the context of the text. First, Matthew 7 is the conclusion of the glorious sermon on the mount. Matthew 7 begins with Christ talking about judging … Continue reading “Lord, Lord…”

Faith, Emotions and The Word of God.

  Over the weekend, in a WhatsApp discussion group I belong to, we welcomed a new member who had just joined the group. During the introductions, one group member, a personal friend, who also happened to be the one who introduced me to Reformed Theology introduced himself thus “I was born into a Christian family so … Continue reading Faith, Emotions and The Word of God.

Christ Our Sin Bearer: The Lamb Of God (Free e-book)

The message of the cross is the heart of all that God  has done for the salvation of men; and the one thing that must be preached at all times. We bring you a compilation of articles which speaks to Christ's death for humanity's sins. PDF: Christ Our Sin Bearer_The Lamb Of God  

Misquoting Jesus

But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you (Matt. 6:33 ESV) First, a key observation from this verse. Do you realise Jesus never said "all other things" shall be added unto you? If you didn't notice; read the text again. If you are still not … Continue reading Misquoting Jesus

Christ Our Sin Bearer: The Lamb Of God

Today begins  the commemoration of the death and resurrection of Christ Christians all over the world celebrate as Easter. To mark this, we have compiled some of our blogposts relevant for the occassion as an e-book: Christ Our Sin Bearer: The Lamb Of God. You can access a free PDF by clicking on this link  … Continue reading Christ Our Sin Bearer: The Lamb Of God