The Bible is the “art of approximation”: it shows how God attracts those who have turned away from Him, those who reject Him, and ultimately unites with them in perfect harmony. In order to depict this process, the Scripture is full of references. It essentially consists of complementary mosaic cubes that independently very rarely cover … Tovább Solomon and Jesus
Many of the characters in the Bible more or less reflect the character and role of the divine Messiah in the salvation of mankind, that is, the character of Jesus Christ. One of these earliest characters is Job. All the ordeal he went through was not meaningless or unreasonable for a minute, even if then … Tovább Job and Jesus
A friend loveth at all times, and a brother is born for adversity. (Proverb 17:17) Increasingly less is spoken about friendship these days, although, ‘philosophers ranked it the first and most outstanding of fortunes: that is, it is the least exposed to what is most essential for humans and luck’. Whereas everybody has friends, the … Tovább The real friend
As a child, I really loved stories about the biblical Daniel. I admired him and the “young Hebrew men” who were just as faithful in the fire as in the stack full of lions. I thought: how wonderful it was for them that God loved, appreciated, and honoured them so much! They floated before my … Tovább You may also be Daniel!
The secrets of a unique relationship between God and man Inspired by my Brother, David Clayton There are people in the Bible and when Christians ponder about them today, they often sigh with envy. “It is so good for them! How God loved them!” – But we do not go beyond the infertile yearning. What … Tovább God’s Favourites