It Is Done

Revelation 21-22 “And he said unto me, ‘It is done’” (Revelation 21:6). by Joseph Ledwinka Listen to audio  The last two chapters of the Holy Bible contain two beautiful descriptions of The Kingdom of God. Each describes a time of peace, righteousness, resurrection, restoration, and the healing of the people of all nations. These two beautiful panoramas capture the fondest hopes of mankind as they have longed for (unknowingly) the manifestation of the sons of God (Romans 8:19). A new earth is []

In the Beginning

The Life of Christ Listen to audio  It is imperative for believers to study the life of our Lord, not only for his doctrinal teachings but also to learn from his dedicated lifestyle. Our world is far different than the one he lived in. So, we need to understand how to apply the principles he left us and live a sanctified life. There are many approaches to studying our Lord’s life. It is not possible to cover every feature in the limited []

Jesus’ Biography and Character

The Life of Christ “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God” (John 1:1). by Joe Megacz Listen to audio  The story of the Life of Christ (from the Greek christos, meaning “anointed”) technically begins at Jordan, when Jesus was baptized and begotten, or anointed, with the holy Spirit at age thirty. At that moment, Jesus became Jesus Christ, Jesus the anointed. But in a very real sense, the Life of Christ began much earlier, long before even []

Character Teachings of Jesus

Deep Lessons “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also” (Matthew 6:21) Listen to audio  When we study the life of our Lord, we often turn to the doctrinal truths that are so important. An understanding of the ransom and sin-offering gives us a wonderful perspective on the meaning of salvation. We rejoice to know of the resurrection of mankind and the prospect of a perfected earth. The high calling is still open and the hope of sharing in []