Jeremiah 31:31 is the unifying verse binding past and future, Old and New Testament, Law and Grace, Jehovah and Jesus Christ, Judaism and Christianity. From this lofty perspective we find grand patterns in the Bible that offer hope and encouragement for followers of Jesus Christ.


Topical Meditations

Written in First person reader

This structured series of meditations expresses first person statements of faith followed by a prayer. A unique bible study providing short commentary with biblical references.

The reader will gain the most from this project if he/she speaks out loud the faith statements. For instance, "I am righteous," means the reader is becoming righteous as he/she speaks it. Continued exercise of this sort will result in greater understanding, christian growth and a closer relationship with Jesus Christ.

Within each group of articles:

  • (Part 1) introduces the topic with Old Testament references.
  • (Part 2) expands it with the teachings of Jesus in the Gospels.
  • (Part 3) elaborates how these ideas work out in the early church from the writings of the early church fathers.

The fullness of time

The Fullness of Time Hypothesis (FTH) suggests that God prepared the world for the coming of Jesus Christ by transforming the belief systems of major civilizations and homogenizing cultures for rapid communication.The transition period has arbitrarily been set at between 586 BC (after the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar II) and 323 BC (after the death of Alexander the Great).

Galatians 4:4-5 King James Version (KJV)

But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons.

Classical Greek culture forms the basis of the modern world beginning with the conquests of Alexander the Great and the implementation of Hellenism. This is the world we live in and also the world into which Jesus Christ was born.

These academic articles about this world reveal flaws in thinking and believing caused by Hellenistic idolatry. However classical Greek intellectual and social edifices are responsible for the rise of individual rights, better government, and improved education. Art, architecture, literature, theater, science, mathematics, and many other uniquely Greek endeavors have blessed our civilization with opportunities for personal social and spiritual development. Wheat and Tares.

Vitamins and medicine

by Vincent Clark on March 10, 2020
During the worldwide crisis about Coronavirus Pandemic, it is important to take practical precautions and let your own immune system remain strong. So vitamins and medicine are some practical things to supplement your diet. Psalm 91 is like medicine when you pray it, recite it, and believe it. Below is an email I received from Richard Roberts. He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. —Psalm 91:1 A lot of fear and apprehension is being generated about the coronavirus

Dear Kenneth Copeland

by Vincent Clark on January 24, 2020
Yesterday in your broadcast series previously aired July 11-15, 2016, you made a covenant with God saying,  "I covenant with you that I will never worry, never be concerned, anxious about anything again as long as I live on this earth." (time stamp: 9:16) Click on thumbnail for broadcast video page It is my understanding that God has already made a covenant with each of us, and it is enough to cover every situation. God's covenant with us is already fulfilled. All we must do is accept it and live

FTH and Psalm 19

by Vincent Clark on January 7, 2020
King David gives modern Christians a glimpse of true worship and true faith in Psalm 19. Christ came in the fullness of time to redeem us from the curse of the law. We must individually take hold of the promises and covenants that God made to mankind through Abraham, Moses, David, and Jesus Christ. Psalm 19 shows us how. Read More ...

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