I had just got back from Soul Burger in Randwick when I thought I would write this. It’s the first time I’ve ever gotten food from them, and I consider myself really lucky to be staying within walking distance of their store. Soul Burger does 100% vegan food in your typical diner style burgers with
I’ve been reading Ephesians 6 this morning, and it occurred to me, the armour of God in and of itself helps to answer a lot of questions about what to do, both in every day life, but also when we are under attack. If we put on the belt of truth (Ephesians 6:14), it dictates
The concept of tongues can be quite confusing today, with some churches presenting the belief that a person saying things that most present can’t understand is the Biblical concept of speaking in tongues. Other churches teach there is no such thing as speaking in tongues, and still others teach other variations of the concept. So what
It is good for us to be involved in the work of God. It teaches us to be Christ-like. It’s important to remember as well that we learn, whether we sin and rebel or whether we get actively involved. Either way we learn and sometimes we have to learn before we can achieve what God
This is a great animated summary of what the Bible teaches about what happens when you die and what your soul is. Definitely check out the Bible references for yourself! It takes a look at heaven, hell, purgatory, reincarnation and makes it clear what comes from the Bible and what doesn’t.
A short clip from Pr Doug Batchelor on the historic failure of women’s ordination in a number of Christian denominations. This is an important set of statistics for the Seventh-day Adventist Church to keep in mind with the upcoming vote at the 2015 General Conference Session regarding whether conferences should be allowed to make their
I was just reading Ezekiel 1 and these two verses, 18 and 22 really stood out to me. The reason being, they both use the word “awesome” in the NIV. This word is used 34 times in the entire NIV translation, all of these times are in the Old Testament. These two verses particularly stood
I enjoy reading Luke, in many places he has bits of information that help explain things from the other gospels. In Luke 12 for example, there is one section that is paralleled in both Matthew and Mark (though more closely in Matthew), and there is one verse in Luke that is not in the other