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HE IS IN FULL CONTROL (Part three)

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Sinfulness is a contagion. A languorous effort to renew the mind is a blatant refusal to heed God's call to repentance. It is as evil as deciding to tow the inglorious path of the progenitor of the antediluvian miscreants. Cain was the first born human ever to come through biological parturition. Cain’s procacious act was reenacted by Pharaoh. His (Cain) spiritual demise led him to his eventual physical death. His progeny died in the great deluge for dishonouring God’s word (likened to water); no wonder Pharaoh perished in the fluidity of liquid ocean. His will, even the will of God, is in full control. His will is not a created phenomenon. His will is His Word: a Personage –Jesus Christ— the Lord of glory. The verity of His absolute control is irrefragable.Read More

HE IS IN FULL CONTROL (Part two)

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Isaac being the second of the three progenitors of Israel, prefigures Christ, the Second Member of the Godhead, even the perfect manifestation of the unseen Jehovah. God, in Isaac, was still in control. Amen. Jacob must come into physical contact with Him to prepare the exodus of Jah people. The Israelites must bring Him down to the earth a la worship –true adoration of the Most High. Pharaoh, the Antichrist of their days, kicked vehemently against an impending loss of slaves to lord over.Read More

HE IS IN FULL CONTROL (Part one)

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We may not have the physical location of Eden again but that can never make Him lose control of the earth. Satan thought he had firm control, having executed a successful putsch against the dominion of Adam, and especially having, as his global priest, Cain, the very first born of Adam's family. The Genesis 3:15 spoken word of God found a germination in Seth: for in his days men began to call upon the name of the Lord. God must save the world to prove His firm control so eight souls were the surviving evangelists of His coming.Read More

Righteousness (5)

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The first biblical couch of ‘righteousness,’ in Genesis 15:6, was Mosaic. Moses never saw Abraham. How did he come to know of Abrahamic life? It was dictated to him by God, (which was, and which is and which is to come), Jehovah who saw it all. Without doubt, I can hear God telling Moses, “Abraham believed Me -the I AM- and, opening a celestial account on his behalf, I calculated and entered the sum of ‘righteousness’.” Where did Abraham get the faith? From the Word of God. Abraham owned neither the faith nor the Word: for both are of God. Selah!Read More

Righteousness (4)

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Righteousness is not a visibility of a worn toga. It is the covering raiment for the regenerated soul. Not visible to the naked eyes, it becomes apropos for the corporeality of the redeemed to interpret the honourificabilitudinitatibus of the new man in Christ. Who is this new man? He is revealed in Colossians 3:9-10, which reads, “…seeing that ye have put off the old man with his deeds; 10) And have put on the new man, which is renewed in knowledge after the image of him that created him:” The new man is the creation of the Lord Jesus of whom the Scripture says, “…and without him was not any thing made that was made” [John 1:3]. The new man’s spiritual locale is found in his Maker. 2Corinthians 5:17, “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.”Read More

Righteousness (3)

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It is not our righteousness, as the Bible instructs in Ephesians 4:24, "And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true." The verb ‘put on’ is enduo (en-doo'-o) ‘to invest with clothing.’ The adjective ‘new’ is kainos (kai-nos') ‘new (especially in freshness);’ and ‘create’ is ktizo (ktid'-zo) ‘to fabricate, i.e. found (form originally).’ Righteousness is a toga, a state of being, as a matter of fact. It is a toga that remains ever fresh all because the eternal LORD keeps it an eternal reality. Jesus tells us in Matthew 5:6 "Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled." The truth is that one cannot hunger after these virtues without being born again.Read More

Righteousness (3)

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It is not our righteousness, as the Bible instructs in Ephesians 4:24, "And that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true." The verb ‘put on’ is enduo (en-doo'-o) ‘to invest with clothing.’ The adjective ‘new’ is kainos (kai-nos') ‘new (especially in freshness);’ and ‘create’ is ktizo (ktid'-zo) ‘to fabricate, i.e. found (form originally).’ Righteousness is a toga, a state of being, as a matter of fact. It is a toga that remains ever fresh all because the eternal LORD keeps it an eternal reality. Jesus tells us in Matthew 5:6 "Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled." The truth is that one cannot hunger after these virtues without being born again.Read More

Righteousness (1)

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Zacharias pointed out the necessary outwardness of our piety, saying: "In holiness and righteousness before him, all the days of our life" [Luke 1:75]. The reason for this show of the inherent 'righteousness' is simply that it is our duty to interpret righteousness for the beneficial digestion of what we are to their blind ocular perception. Our Christian lives are interpretation of the righteousness of Christ, our Dwelling. In Greek the word 'holiness' is hosiotēs (hos-ee-ot'-ace) 'piety towards God, fidelity in observing the obligations of piety, holiness.' From the heathen, with whom God had no spiritual transaction of any covenant, God expected no piety. To the Israel of His covenant, even before the parturition of the patriarchal twelve, God said, "....Be ye holy; for I am holy" [1Peter 1:16]; taken from Leviticus 11:44. God was careful not to say it to the Egyptian, Roman, Indian or Chinese. Only to one nation of Israel He had the covenant, ergo, Paul will often write, "First to the Jew then to the Gentiles."Read More

CONJUGAL PALAVER (1)

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                She should have accorded her husband her infamous serpentine discourse. It never occurred to her where she was plunging the entire human race when she thought within herself, "I've got this." The tempter meant a wicked business! Unbeknown to the woman was a tsunami that had taken the innoxious form of a three minute's foggy drizzle. It, she ominously thought, was just a harmless curiosity that hissed through fanciful fangs devoid of venom of paralysis. She took upon herself, the role that had no existence in the marital code of Eden –God's home.

                She spoke, unconstitutionally, without the authorisation from the authorised Adam. Words, before God, are so important that they must be brought before His adjudication. Armed with an idiotic confidence, unfortunately, she did not know that she was actually working against the will of God. What an ironic event! The one who was created to bait the enemy of God into incarceration is falling prey to a serpentine manipulation!  

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IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (nine)

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“Sell whatsoever thou hast, and give to the poor” (Mark 10:21) (Continued from part 8…) 9)            The biggest didactic problem of Scripture by pastors is the contextual pretermission. While the Mark issue pertains to Divine soteriological grace, that of Genesis and Luke demonstrates the fact that, ‘whatever He promises He is able to perform’ (Romans...Read More

IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (nine)

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“Sell whatsoever thou hast, and give to the poor” (Mark 10:21) (Continued from part 8…) 9)            The biggest didactic problem of Scripture by pastors is the contextual pretermission. While the Mark issue pertains to Divine soteriological grace, that of Genesis and Luke demonstrates the fact that, ‘whatever He promises He is able to perform’ (Romans...Read More

IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (eight)

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Will God worship His creation; will He steal or give bribes? Will he hate a righteous person? Is it possible for Jehovah God to lie, commit adultery and or slander the innocent? This is what the Greek rendition of 'nothing shall be impossible' is: "There is not anything spoken by the mouth of God that shall be impossible for Him to perform." The truth is that, Gabriel uttered the self-same words of the LORD God, "Is any thing too hard for the LORD?" [Genesis 18:14] in His visitation to Abraham’s family. This was the LORD’s query when Sarah laughed, saying, "Shall I of a surety bear a child, which am old" [Genesis 18:13]? Now, 'any thing,' the Hebrew dâbâr (daw-baw'), is a masculine noun: BDB Definition: 'speech, word, speaking, thing, saying, utterance.' Strong's Definition: 'a word; by implication a matter (as spoken of) of thing.' This the Hebraic rendition of "Is any thing too hard for the Lord?" היפלא מיהוה דבר and the transliteration is hayippale meihovah dabar, with the English translation: “Shall a word (or thing) be wonderful from the Lord? i.e., Can any thing be too great a miracle for him to effect?'Read More

HAPPY NEW 2020 YEAR!

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You can never lose –if you put all your eggs in just one basket. The wisdom of the world counsels you not to put all your eggs in one basket lest you run into economic loss. But as far as the word of God is concerned you must put all your eggs in one basket: the basket of Jesus. Whatever calculations they operate into your life you will not lose. If the enemy should perform a mathematical 20-20=0 or 2-2=0, the Bible says all their calculated machinations shall come to a big, fat nought –zero. Let them carry out an operation of multiplication with the numbers, let it not lead you into any apprehension, they have succeeded in making a Jabez of your life.Read More

The Christmas Story (Part three)

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The Christmas story is of heaven reinstating Adam to his dominion role. Power must change hands. And seeing an imminent abscission of the spiritual power (i.e. of spiritism) that protects the global political hegemony of Satanism, Herod became very jittery. An arrangement to surcease God’s intention preoccupied Herod’s demonic stance. God is always steps ahead of His enemies. The wise men who had by then come to the understanding of the incarnation that must precede the practicality of soteriological design had no problem, whatsoever, obeying the instruction of Matthew 2:12 “And being warned of God in a dream that they should not return to Herod, they departed into their own country another way.”Read More

The Christmas Story (Part two)

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Herod is the Greek Herodes (hay-ro'-dace) meaning ‘heroic.’ This king is Herod the Great. His heroic greatness is of man, the labour to which greatness is wood, hay and stubble (1Cor. 3:12) which profiteth nothing (John 6:63). Jesus is the true Hero of our miserable life of sinfulness. Herod’s political heroism cannot be compared to the soteriological kerygma of the Lord Jesus which says of Him, “The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world” (John 1:29). The geographical ‘east,’ from where the wise men or Magi came from is anatole (an-at-ol-ay') ‘1. a rising of light 2. (figuratively) dawn 3. (by implication) the east (also in plural).’ Man had been looking esoterically at the sun in the worship of the sun god, Baal or Nimrod. The true Light shone into the cogitations of these astrologers and they decided to seek the Truth even Jesus. They forsook idolatrous Nimro-Semiramic assistance, turned to Jesus, the King of kings, and the Saviour of mankind.Read More

The Christmas Story (Part one)

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Professionally they were star and moon gazing astrologers of the Spirit offending Nimro-Semiramic order. It was very apropos to necessitate the visit of the Magi. They represent the spiritual powers of Satanism, which must bow before the LORD God, because it says, “And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary his mother, and fell down, and worshipped him:” [Matthew 2:11]. Baby Jesus, the central of attraction, is the nonpareil Adam. The seemingly weakling of His infancy is the humanity of ‘which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty. The swaddling-clothed infantility is the Bishop of our dying souls (1Peter 2:25).Read More

IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (seven)

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The usual outpouring psalmodic Spirit-infusion of Davidic scripting is of crystal clarity in, "For thou art not a God that hath pleasure in wickedness: neither shall evil dwell with thee" [Psalm 5:4]. Evil is a component of Satanism. It has its dwelling home with Lucifer, in whom the activism of iniquity was first a discovery. I just do not know why people would not see the eternal destruction it portends if God should bring Himself to an inconsequentially tiny taste of evil. He will cease to be the Almighty: simply because He stands to be judged for wrongdoing. For the sake of His eternal goodness, the LORD, my God will never drink of evil. Hallelujah! The wisest individual poured it forth so beautifully in Proverbs 12:20, "Deceit is in the heart of them that imagine evil: but to the counsellors of peace is joy." Pregnant with arcanum is this Solomonic scriptorial ingenuity. Is God not too real to toy with a soiling deceitfulness? Jehovah is not the liar known of man, neither will He ever seek for repentance, having committed a sin. Read More

IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (six)

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Is it not very interesting to note that this humongous space of the universe excludes the very third heaven abode of Divine Majesty? The minutest of evil, the size of the least of the fraction of an office pin poke cannot find its containerising incursion into the Holy One of Israel. It is quite germane to quote Scriptures to betoken theological didacticism. Isaiah 7:14-15 reads “Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. 15) Butter and honey shall he eat, that he may know to refuse the evil, and choose the good.” Read More

IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (five)

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I cannot understand how God could author moral evil and not be guilty as well. What kind of Being will God be, if for instance He should plan and orchestrate the sinful fall of Adam and his wife and made the soteriological arrangements to go alongside it? He most certainly will be the giddiest of all in existence. Why would He toy with innocent lives? I can hear a statement like, "Well, He is God Almighty." Then the concluding rhetoric, "Who can challenge Him if He should decide to do just that (sin)?" Is God like a man? They simply do not know the kind of Person, Jehovah, the God of the Bible is. He is Love. In absolute readiness to shower all pleasantness to all of His creations is His divine volition. He is the true Light. Full of knowledge and grace. Jehovah is full of goodness and to an overflowing ineffableness. The LORD God is absolutely faultless –the ultimate perfection of goodness from eternity to eternal existence. Amen.Read More

IS THE LORD GOD THE AUTHOR OF MORAL EVIL? (four)

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One of the meanings of 'Ĕlôhı̂ym is 'magistrate'. God's guilt will rob Him of all moral justifications to try anybody. His insistence on judging wrongdoers will only give Him the evil persona of a sadistic tyrant. A guilty judge has no rectitude of any moral standing to try any offender. He must vacate the bench. God will forever be the good KING. Why? The good Book says in Psalm 110:1, "A Psalm of David. The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool." All enemies of righteousness must come to judgment. The sinless Jehovah cannot be one of the condemnable lots. Why His righteous holiness is eternally a certainty is found in Psalm 45:6, which says, "Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever: the sceptre of thy kingdom is a right sceptre."Read More