COURAGE AND THE KINGDOM

Photo by Ahmed Adly on Pexels.com Quote: Jesus compares the Kingdom of God to a man who, going on a journey, entrusts his money to the care of three servants. The first two servants trade with the amounts given to them and double the principal invested. The last servant dug a hole in the ground … Continue reading COURAGE AND THE KINGDOM

To Be A Christian Is To Confess The Truth

Photo by Rene Asmussen on Pexels.com "Confession is of the essence of Christianity both from the standpoint of personal transformation and the belief of objective truth.  Confession of sin is the most consistent evidence of continued reliance on the objective work of Christ. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive … Continue reading To Be A Christian Is To Confess The Truth

Anglican Studies

MUST LISTEN! I highly recommend the following series of Anglican Studies by Archdeacon Fr. Michael McKinnon. Fr. McKinnon covers important subjects such as: the Primacy Of Scripture Evangelical Character-Catholic Nature The Apostolic Fathers 33AD - 120AD The History, Faith And Order of the Undivided Church (from 120 AD – 1054 AD) The Holy Scriptures And … Continue reading Anglican Studies

The Mysteries of the Faith not to be Divulged to All

Clement wrote: But since this tradition is not published alone for him who perceives the magnificence of the word; it is requisite, therefore, to hide in a mystery the wisdom spoken, which the Son of God taught. Now, therefore, Isaiah the prophet has his tongue purified by fire, so that he may be able to … Continue reading The Mysteries of the Faith not to be Divulged to All