Basic Statements

For the whole world to understand the centrality and uniqueness of Jesus Christ in the ultimate destiny of Man towards the creation of the God-Kingdom.

That everyone through the medium of cyberspace, can have an interactive exchange of ideas, tempered by humility, individual inadequacy and respect for one another’s revelation given by none other than God himself.

1. To gather facts, seek the truth, establish the spiritual meaning thereof for the ultimate enhancement of faith to the glory of God.
2. To seek out the first-fruits, and witness for the latter-fruits.

To share the knowledge that we are privileged and blessed to know and understand, for evaluation by each other, to educate and not to pontificate.

Galatians 5:22,  Fruits of the Spirit: Love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, and temperance. The Spirit of God in us, is a gift promised for us to receive for which Jesus died trusting “by faith in the Father”. The “works of this Spirit” is expressed/manifested in “works” or “fruits of the spirit” that come through us. These are the only “works” acknowledged by the Father, so that “no one can boast”.

Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might. Eccl.9:10

Do all the good and the very best you can, by all the means and ways you can, at all the time and places you can, for as long as you ever can, even through eternity.

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Whatever is posted in this website is a unique take to address issues with facts, learned through years of personal study leading to truth behind those facts. This did not come from a Seminary education. Following the Berean principle, the Holy Bible is the final arbiter of truth but the understanding of the written word is taken in context through the guidance of the Holy Spirit. The idea presented is not a dogma endorsed, financed nor sanctioned by any mainstream church anywhere in the world. As such, it should be taken as a challenge to all who value Christian doctrine to respond with honesty, truth as they understand it, comment, critique as best they can to counter the relevant facts attested to by the article.

Posted 09/24/2001

Revised: 12/25/2010; 4/22/15; 8/5/2017; 12/17/2018.