I recently read this passage on how to make amends with your enemy and thought it was quite interesting. It actually has a lot to do with the counterintuitive aspects of life. I will talk more about that in a later post. I believe this scripture is so easy to misunderstand because of taking it … More Heaping Coals Of Fire
Why did the Lord say this? In 2009 Christmas our family was going through our church’s daily reading program and at the time we were reading Zechariah 3. After my dad broke down the chapter for us he asked an interesting question: Why did God say, “The Lord rebuke you,” instead of I rebuke you”? Over … More The Lord Rebuke You: Looking At Why The Lord Said This
When I learned this, I had a greater appreciation for the kind of people Jesus wanted us to be! When we are seriously talking about being more like Him, it starts off by understanding His every and very instructions. One of the most seemingly controversial passages is Matthew 5:38-42: You have heard that it was said, … More 5 ways to learn how to turn the other cheek
I don’t know about you but when I read passages like these, I just get so confused. I recently finished all the 5 books of Moses, and noticed a connection between the Proverbs and those books when I read it! Despite that, it still left me confused. Check this out: Leviticus 19:35-36You shall do no … More Unjust weights and measures. What exactly are these?
I asked a pastor about this Scripture, “Do not cook a young goat in it’s mothers milk” and the answer he gave me was not a satisfying one. He said that it was a cultural practice back in those days and how we are free from animal sacrificing today. actually thought it was one of … More Clarifying a confusing Old Testament passage