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Words of Wisdom

4 05, 2022


By |2022-05-04T08:59:29+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

Tis the season to be jolly, trala la la …...etc! Within western Christendom the time commencing on the 4th Sunday before Christmas is often observed as Advent. Over the centuries many traditions have been enacted regarding this observance. Some of these customs include the lighting of special candles each Sunday, [...]

4 05, 2022


By |2022-05-04T09:04:02+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

2 Cor 5:20-6:1 “5:20 Now then, we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God were pleading through us: we implore you on Christ’s behalf, be reconciled to God. 21 For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God [...]

4 05, 2022


By |2022-05-04T09:08:04+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

We recognise the anniversary of the day on which our Lord Jesus departed this world in His physical form and ascended into Heaven to take up His rightful place at the right hand of the Father. It was 40 days since His resurrection from the dead, leaving the tomb empty. [...]

4 05, 2022


By |2022-05-04T09:10:07+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

Leviticus 23:26-31 commands the Israelites to hold an annual event that will atone for the sins of the priesthood and the nation, and give the High Priest access to God for that day. The finer details for the rites are found in Leviticus chapter 16. Hebrews 4:14-16 describes that Jesus [...]

4 05, 2022

Bible / Scripture

By |2022-05-04T09:13:20+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

As hard as it is to believe, Jesus did not speak with a red tongue or use ‘thee’ and ‘thou’ every time. In fact our “Holy Bible” is actually an anthology of books. Those books written prior to AD (Old Testament) were written in Hebrew (and translated into Greek from [...]

4 05, 2022

Binding & Loosening

By |2022-05-04T09:16:05+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

The scriptural terms ‘binding and loosening’ are not to be confused with acts involving ropes and leather, except in an allegorical sense. In traditional Jewish understanding the terms are used in a legal sense, indicating being restrained by law or free. In Matthew 16:16-19 Peter identifies Jesus as the Messiah, [...]

4 05, 2022

Body of Christ

By |2022-05-04T09:18:00+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

The ‘body of Christ’ is usually an allegory for ‘the church’, but then the question arises, “which church” or “what is the church”? The church is often defined as the believers, but is not necessarily those within a particular congregation (ekklesia). The church can also be the "kuriakos" (i.e., "church") [...]

4 05, 2022


By |2022-05-04T09:56:58+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

Church is commonly defined as a building for the public worship of a God, a place where religious activities take place that a community can interact and identify with. But what is the Church really? The word comes from the old English ‘cirice’, from the Greek ‘kuriakon’. This word doesn't [...]

4 05, 2022


By |2022-05-04T10:03:06+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Nuggets|0 Comments

From ‘First Fruits of Zion (ffoz.org)’ “Moses told the children of Israel to circumcise their hearts: "So circumcise your heart, and stiffen your neck no longer." (Deuteronomy 10:16). That’s a strange image. Circumcision refers to the removal of the foreskin. What does it mean to “circumcise your heart”? In Deuteronomy [...]

4 05, 2022

Communion / Eucharist / Lord’s Supper 01

By |2022-05-04T10:25:25+10:004th May, 2022|Categories: Communion|0 Comments

Eucharist: The Greek noun eucharistia, meaning 'thanksgiving', appears fifteen times in the New Testament while its related verb is found several times in New Testament accounts of the Last Supper, including the earliest such account: For I received from the Lord what I also delivered to you, that the Lord [...]

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