What is "Kenosis"?The term kenosis comes from the Greek word for the doctrine of Christ’s self-emptying in His incarnation. The kenosis was a self-renunciation, not an emptying Himself of deity nor an exchange of deity for humanity. Philippians 2:7 tells us that Jesus “emptied ...

  • The origin of Christmas is the "Christ mass" or the yearly church gathering in which the birth of Jesus was celebrated. The Bible offers many reasons for why believers celebrate the birth of Jesus as ...

  • Something extraordinary has occurred in the history of mankind, and this event affects each single person living on this earth. So it must be proclaimed and brought to each one's understanding. No one can live without knowing of and participating in this occurrence. The event in one word is: Christ. In more words: Jesus Christ, the son of God, gave his life on the cross for all people to have forgiveness of their sins and to gain eternal life through faith in him.

  •   Let us read 2Pet 3:18.This is the last verse of this letter, the final exhortation. Many important matters were shared before, but the most important one is at the end.When we write a ...

  •  Let us read Habakkuk 3:17-19The prophet Habakkuk is very wise. He places all his hope in the Lord. What is the result of this attitude? That he rejoices and jumps on the heights with the feet ...

  •  We find so many “Woe to you“ exclamations, spoken by Jesus, especially in Mt 23, addressed towards the Pharisees.Do you feel threatened by these “Woe to you“ words from ...

  • Unlike the question “Does God exist?” very few people question whether Jesus Christ existed. It is generally accepted that Jesus was truly a man who walked on the earth in Israel 2000 ...

  • Jesus didn't say, "Just listen to me." Instead, He said, "Come and see." (John 1:38-39) Jesus showed them "where he stayed." He invited them into his life and demonstrated the Gospel in action. This ...

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