What is a creed?
The english word creed comes from the Latin word credo, which means shampoo. Not really. It actually means “to believe or i believe”. It is a summary statement of belief typically associated with a person’s religious beliefs.
Did the apostles say this creed?
Who wrote the creed?
What happened in between the cross and resurrection?
Do you think Jesus was dead and had no existence between the cross and resurrection?
Do you think he turned into some ghost or spirit?
Maybe you think Jesus changed into some type of angel and just flew around? That would be a funny sight to see […]
[Guest Post by Scot Hoeksema]
I grew up in a small Iowa town along the Mississippi River. I remember seeing pictures of the Smithsonian museums and never expecting to go there. But life has a way of taking us down unexpected paths. Turns out, not only have I […]
He learned obedience from what he suffered.
He couldn’t say who he was publicly. In fact, he had to stop others from talking about it.
He had to say things that drove people away from him in order to be faithful.
He had to be falsely accused of crimes he didn’t commit.
Think about it:
1) Beards-big ones.
2) distinct, defined garments (camo-ephod).
3) Secret sounds and knowledge (chanting-duck calls).
4) Strict dietary rules (you gotta see it bleed out to trust eating it).
5) Revered by all (at least in their own minds).
6) Dogmatic (‘nuff said).
7) Burning stuff (offerings-tires)
8) Sacrificial Acts on behalf […]
God, be my help;
hurry to help me!
Glory to the Father, to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit
As it was in the beginning, it is now, and will be forever.
Alleluia! Praise the Lord!
How long, Lord, will you forget me?
How long will you turn your face away […]