The most wonderful time of the year?
This is a busy time of the year. Sometimes you are afraid to venture on the streets, into the shopping malls, or even to go to your regular supermarket. […]Read More
When a lie becomes truth!
There will be two major events happening on Sunday, November 20. It’s the opening day for World Cup Soccer, which starts in Qatar. The other is Toronto’s Annual Santa Claus […]Read More
Come to the Feast!
Some argue … that since the annual festivals and holy days were designed as celebrations of important events of Israel’s history and as harvest festivals, they are of little or no […]Read More
Is God Strict?
Back when Israel was ruled by God & His Law … there were rules that were STRICT! Deu 13:6-10 “If your brother, the son of your mother, your son or […]Read More
While examining some books on my bookshelf, I encountered a title for a concept that “intrigues ” me … Radical Honesty. Brad Blanton (who self identifies as an atheist) has […]Read More
What We Believe … About Pentecost
Doctrinal Statement: The Day of Pentecost is celebrated fifty days from the wave sheaf day—hence the terms “Feast of Weeks” in the Old Testament and “Pentecost” (Greek for “fiftieth”) in […]Read More
Hating Lies & Loving God’s Law
King David taught us that we should meditate on God’s Law … Psalms_119:97 Oh, how I love Your law! It is my meditation all the day. David goes on […]Read More
What is Intercessory Prayer?
For many years, I attended with a church tradition that taught us to pray “like Jesus told us“… (alone in our closet!) Mat 6:5-6 “And when you pray, you shall […]Read More
Growing Inflation Triggers Fear
It seems everywhere we look these days … Prices are rising – sometimes suddenly – but constantly rising. It is a constant theme on TV to point out that incomes […]Read More
What are the “Days of Unleavened Bread”?
God’s Holy days are ALL listed in Leviticus 23 which includes the verse … Lev 23:6 And on the fifteenth day of the same month is the Feast of Unleavened […]Read More
The God-given festival is NOT Christmas!
Year after year, millions of people spend billions of dollars, countless energy and time to celebrate what they believe is the birth of the risen Saviour Jesus Christ. Christians and […]Read More
BLINDED BY DECEIT!
It has become almost a daily occurrence for us to be hearing what is good for us, what is not so good, and what is definitely bad. It could be […]Read More
Keep your eyes on the prize!
The Christian walk is not an easy one. It’s a journey on which the road is filled with potholes – very deep potholes. There are so many potholes that you […]Read More
Be prepared for the tragedies of life
The vast majority of human beings are sincere, decent, and law-abiding citizens. Apart from a small minority of “bad apples,” that make us out to be depraved, inhumane, or criminally-minded, […]Read More
How significant are the Days of Unleavened Bread?
There have been many times during the Days of Unleavened Bread when I told friends and relatives I eat nothing with leavening agents such as yeast, baking powder, baking soda. […]Read More
Can anything good come out of COVID-19?
The calendar year 2021 has just started, and usually you hear about the resolutions that people make, with the hope for a better year. The “better” could be anything; usually […]Read More
The Notorious Thief
Without a shadow of a doubt, many people have experienced the anguish that follows the loss of something of great sentimental value; something you’ve cherished for many years. For example, […]Read More
Stranger or Angel?
We live in a strange world is a comment we often hear. And strange, it is, because so many bad things happen in our society today. Society is in a […]Read More
Thou shalt not eat…
China’s government has banned its people from selling and eating wild animals in a crackdown aimed at stemming the spreading coronavirus. The death toll keeps growing and so are the […]Read More
The Empty Chair
It was empty. The chair Santa used to sit up to December 24, 2019 was lying there alone, no weight to bear down on it, no creaking as Santa shifted […]Read More