Photo by Alex Green on Pexels.com The number one rule in interpreting anything is to keep it in context. If someone says, "I'm George Washington", it could mean any number of things depending on the context. They could be talking about a movie or a play in which they play George Washington as a character. … Continue reading Context, Context, Context
https://youtu.be/tbTky1tI9nk Pastor Josiah Nichols preaches on 1 John 2:28-3:3. Christian's lives need to be marked by hope and holiness; not fear and sin. Pastor Josiah Nichols preaches on 1 John 2:28-3:3. Christian's lives need to be marked by hope and holiness; not fear and sin.
Photo by Miggy Rivera on Pexels.com No, I'm not talking about the guy above. I'm not talking about me. I have the same fear as Indiana Jones. I'm also afraid of sinning against the God I love. God has no fear. "Why do the nations rage and the peoples plot in vain? The kings of … Continue reading Fear Isn’t In This Man’s Vocabulary
Even though there are seven clear arguments that Jesus rose from the dead, many people deny that He supernaturally rose from the dead. Some people claim Jesus' disciples stole the body. Some people claim Jesus didn't really die and was resuscitated by the cold tomb. Some claim the religious leaders did it. Others claim the … Continue reading Was Jesus Resurrected by Aliens?
"Now after the Sabbath toward the dawn of the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to see the tomb. And behold, there was a great earthquake, for an angel from the Lord descended from heaven and rolled back the stone and sat on it. His appearance was like lightning, … Continue reading How Do We Know Jesus Really Rose From The Dead?
My life has gotten a little hectic since 2020. My wife and I now have three little girls three and under. I've been going to school full-time at Liberty University. I'm a new pastor at Hardinville Christian Church. My life has gotten very busy. However the biggest problem is my health. I've been having some … Continue reading Why I’m Not Writing As Much.
https://youtu.be/XGFOGCQDqPw Pastor Josiah Nichols preaches on the assurance of salvation and preservation of the saints as revealed by John in 1 John 2:18- 27.
[Originally Submitted as a paper for New Testament Orientation II for Liberty University] Contents Introduction. 1 The Life of Paul 1 Paul’s Early Life. 1 Paul as Saul the Persecutor 2 Paul as Convert 3 Paul as Missionary. 4 Paul’s Letters. 5 Romans. 5 1 Corinthians. 7 2 Corinthians. 7 Paul’s Theology. 8 Paul’s View … Continue reading Paul The Jewish Jesus Follower
Sunday Chima buried his face in the family Bible in the comfort of his mothers bed. Sunday struggled to make out the words distorted by the tears which flowed from his eyes. The Bible still smelled like a mix of Old Spice and smoke from the fire. Sunday coughed and pressed his head against the … Continue reading Sunday Chima And God’s Answer
[Originally a short paper written for partial completion of Liberty University's Apologetics class] Introduction One would have to be blind to not see the existence of evil in this present world. Evil and suffering affects the hard-hearted atheist and the most tender-hearted Christian. Many Christians can have a crisis of faith when he or she … Continue reading The Emotional Problem of Evil as Answered by Jonah, Job, and Jesus