The Church of Philadelphia: Lessons on Love

One may say, with unquestionable justification, that the central theme of the Bible is love, the most salient aspect of which is God’s love for mankind, His special creation.   But […]

Consider your ways: Part 2

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” Isaiah 55: 8. There is a difference in God’s way of thinking and our understanding of what […]

The Church of Sardis: The Dead Church

Our study in the Seven Churches of Asia has revealed to us both the positive and negative ways in which Jesus perceived the spiritual state of the assemblies of Christians […]

Consider Your Ways: Part 1

“Thus saith the Lord of hosts; Consider your ways.” (Haggai 1:5,7) This is what the Lord Almighty says—not less than 25 times—in the two short chapters of the book of […]

Reflections of 2018

The year 2018 is now behind us. Endings are always a good time for reflection. Looking back reminds one of where he has gone and what he has learned. Looking […]

It’s our 1st Anniversary!

As the year is drawing to an end we are also celebrating the first anniversary of the Renew In Knowledge Ministry! On December 28th, 2017, we started this ministry with […]

Zealous for God

Yesterday, I was at my daughter’s volleyball game. A man sat near me who was obviously for the other team. During the two-hour event, I repetitively heard him comment to […]

The Gift God Wants

The Lord God is a demanding God.  If we don’t do things His way He would rather we’d not do them at all.  He has a very specific standard and […]

What are you looking forward to?

Are you looking forward to the weekend? A holiday?  Graduating from school? Or bigger goals like getting married, starting a family, getting that job that you always wanted, or buying […]

The God of all comfort

“Blessed be God even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ ,the father of mercies and the God of all comfort “( 2 Cor. 1:3 ). God is described as […]

Beyond Death

Death is so universal that we don’t need a lawyer to present the case for its inevitability. Yet In spite of its evident reality there exist uncertainties and misconceptions in […]


Of the many virtues which Paul lists as being aspects of the Fruit of the Spirit, longsuffering is seldom given priority in our thinking.   Love, faith, and joy spring readily […]