Author Archives: Islwyn

But Go, Tell Peter

But go, tell his disciples and Peter, “He is going ahead of you into Galilee.   There you will see him, just as he told you.” Mark 16:7, NIV Oh, the gentleness of Jesus! On that Easter morning, just risen … Continue reading

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GOD WITH US

What do I believe about Jesus? Matthew in his Gospel (1:20-23)  says, “an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, “Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived … Continue reading

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Seventh-day Adventists And The Trinity

I came across a website recently that released its tirade upon Seventh-day Adventists. It took some researching to find the author’s name. I thought I could at least engage with him on one of his many indictments. I eventually found … Continue reading

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Moses’ Better Choice

Back in 1922 with the help of the media a sinificant and unique find caught the world’s attention. Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun with its hidden treasures. Recent speculation has created further excitement of another possible find equivalent … Continue reading

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The Wonder Of The Human Eye

The devotional below by William Johnsson from his book, ‘Jesus’, seems appropriate at this point in time for me, having struggled with cataracts on both eyes for a few months, reading at times with a magnifying glass while wearing my … Continue reading

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Assumptions & The Truth Of Christianity & God

Says J. Warner Wallace, “As a skeptic, I was slow to accept even the slightest possibility that miracles were possible. My commitment to naturalism prevented me from considering such nonsense. But after my experience with presuppositions at the crime scene, I … Continue reading

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THE REJECTED CHRIST

Reminding myself about Jesus’ commitment to humankind does not have to be limited to any particular time of the year such as Easter. It is something I need to do every day This daily reading is from William Johnson’s 2006 … Continue reading

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