Gospel

The Stoning of St. Stephen the 1st Christian Martyr

Day of the Christian Martyr: Help us, Lord, to be Bold like Them!

The Day of the Christian Martyr is celebrated every June 29th, which marks the martyrdom of the Apostle Paul. However, Paul wasn’t the first martyr. Yet, he was present at the stoning of the first one, Stephen. Stephen wasn’t one of Jesus’ first 12 disciples. Nevertheless, He was zealous — passionate — about spreading the …

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What is the Difference Between the Rapture & the 2nd Coming of Jesus?

What is the Difference Between the Rapture & the 2nd Coming of Jesus?

We are living in the Last Days! Just take a look around! Last week I covered the difference between the Last Days and End Times. There’s a difference, even though the terms are often used interchangeably. What about the Rapture and the second coming of Jesus Christ? These terms are also confused — A LOT. …

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Pentecost, Holy Spirit, Church

Pentecost: The Fantastic Gift of the Holy Spirit Arrived and Changed the World

It happened 50 days after Jesus was crucified — Pentecost (meaning 50 in Greek). It’s when Jesus sent the Holy Spirit into the hearts of His disciples. What is the significance for us today? Why is the Holy Spirit a key factor to being a born again Christian? What really happened that morning in Jerusalem? …

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God of Justice will unleach his wrath in the end times

Malachi 3-4: God’s Awesome Last Words on Justice in the Old Testament

Malachi is God’s farewell address to the Jews for a while. After that, He is silent for 400 years. Remember the last question in chapter 2? Where is the God of Justice? Well, here’s the answer and most people won’t like it. Let’s dig in… Before digging in, let’s review the end of chapter 2… …

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