ALL for all!

Until when are religious people going to figure out that it is impossible to have a life of quality without sacrificing? How much longer is it going to take them to understand that unless a grain of wheat falls into the ground and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it produces much grain?

Poor Cinderella

  The blog post titled Wonder Woman was 1001% for me. Thanks! My agenda doesn’t have 10% of what yours has, actually, I probably don’t have 2% of the commitments you have, and I felt overwhelmed. On Sunday morning, after sleeping only four hours (that’s almost my routine now), we usually leave really early because we go

7 Prophecies

When we look at the first gospel in the Bible, we see that the beginning of the Lord Jesus’s ministry was preceded by the fulfilment of 7 prophecies: #1  So all this was done that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the Lord through the prophet, saying: “Behold, the virgin shall be with child,

Prophecy for a rich man

Soon after the Lord Jesus said: Whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child will by no means enter it, a rich man asked Him… what shall I do to inherit eternal life? Luke 18.17,18 There must have been a big hole inside this man. In spite of all his wealth,

For those who believe, its enough…

We are often approached by people who believe that the miracle and change will only come when they receive special treatment in long talks with a “Prophet”. They ask if we can spare enough time to listen to them, because their problem is so big! They’re in the presence of a “Prophet” who has the

With all our heart, NO!

Adam and Eve’s exile from paradise was not definitive. However, the return to the presence of the Lord God was conditional to actions that would show Adam and Eve’s sincere willingness to return. It was man who chose to leave the presence of God out of his own free will. In order to return to

Whose bones were those?

Without a doubt, the Bible passage about Ezekiel prophesying to a valley of dry bones is one of the most well known (Ezekiel 37.1-14). But something in this passage caught my attention: Whose bones were those? They could have been Jews who had been killed in battle and who had not been buried according to