The spiritual meaning of the parable of Good Samaritan, which reveals the current status of the believers. We, the believers, as of now are afar from the way of eternal life which is the true salvation.Continue reading “Eternal Life and the Good Samaritan-Part II : The Parable of Good Samaritan”
How can we really love God with all our hearts and love our neighbors as ourselves to receive eternal life?
Continuation of that who the true Jesus is.Continue reading “A Half Shekel and A Shekel Coin in the Fish – Part II”
By this article we will understand that who the true Jesus is, who will save us truly.
Whose Father is God?
In John Chapter 8, Jesus disputes with the Jews. Both of them insist that God is His/their father. Here father refers to God. The father is the one who gives seed to the mother of the Israelites. The Jews thought that they had received the seed of God, but Jesus said they had not.Continue reading “You Shall Not Commit Adultery! – Part II”
“Thou shalt not commit adultery,” says Exodus 20:14.
When we read this in the Bible, we think of adultery between a man and a woman. This way of thinking reveals that we have read the word of God as a moral code or criminal clause of man.
“Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law” (Rom 3:28). We all know that we are justified by faith, not by works.Continue reading “Faith Without Works Is Dead”
We have possibly heard this story, relating to the faith of a centurion, many times. A centurion was an officer in the army of ancient Rome, who was responsible for one hundred soldiers.Continue reading “Faith of the Centurion”
Jesus said, in order to be perfect we need to sell what we have and give to the poor. Maybe this is one of the strongest commandments for believers to help the poor. However, no one can keep this commandment strictly, because we also need possessions to make our living.Continue reading “Sell that You Have, and Give to the Poor!”
The Sabbath day means Saturday of the present time. It is the day of the week observed from Friday evening to Saturday evening as a day of rest and worship by Jews.Continue reading “Keep the Sabbath Day Holy!”