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Lent – is it a biblical observation?

Lent – is it a biblical observation?

Lent, the forty-day fasting period leading up to Easter, is now being observed by some Christians. Lent is not a biblically commanded season and has roots in paganism. People who observe Lent, as a tradition, mostly eat fish during this time and try to abstain from...
The Lord’s Day replaces the Sabbath?

The Lord’s Day replaces the Sabbath?

“I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s Day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet,” (Rev. 1:10 KJV). This is one of the texts Christendom uses to declare the first day of the week–“the Lord’s Day,” replaces the seventh-day Sabbath. What is the true...
COVID-19 for Christmas ’20?

COVID-19 for Christmas ’20?

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented an unwanted gift to those who celebrate Christmas. This year is an exceptional one. For most people, there has never been a time when people are unable to celebrate the way they usually do. Gift-giving is one favourite activity of...
At One With God

At One With God

As our worldly activities come under the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, as has been the case since the start of 2020, each day we face the uncertainty of when this nightmare will ever end. There’s talk it could be around for two years, based on the experience with...
Hot Cross Buns or Unleavened Bread?

Hot Cross Buns or Unleavened Bread?

These are the Days of Unleavened Bread, observed this year from April 9 – 15. These are the “appointed times” or “seasons” of God given at creation (Gen. 1:14) for humanity to set aside for appearing before Him. The Hebrew word “moed” is translated “season” in the...

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