When does a Christian no longer have to forgive? Does forgiveness end with the dead; or does death put forgiveness on hiatus? Every follower of Christ is obligated to forgive those who live--but how much more those who have passed? Where does forgiveness stop--does it ever? Do we forgive only those who ask to be … Continue reading Is Forgiveness Timeless?
The tetrad eclipses of 2014 and 2015 have attracted much attention in the media. Whether Christian or Wiccan, many people take these signs as a portent of something to come. What exactly will come has been the subject of conjecture: economic collapse, civil unrest; famine; plagues; war. Widely overlooked are the tetrad eclipses in A.D. … Continue reading The Tetrad Lunar Eclipses of 162-163 A.D. and 180-181 A.D. and the Years that Follow
From the outside, the house looked new and beautiful. Its façade was flawless; the gardens simple, but attractive. One would not expect that inside this lovely home dirty dishes were a mountainous heap on the counter and in the sink. The potent smell of an unaltered cat lingered on the piles of newspapers, boxes, unfolded … Continue reading The Building Inspector and the Condemned House
The Passover should normally be taken with a congregation of God’s church and officiated by a minister. If this is not possible then it is acceptable to administer the Passover in your home. Preparation Before the evening of the Passover one needs to purchase or prepare the suitable amount of unleavened bread needed for the … Continue reading How to Keep the Christian Passover at Home