Patrick preached the way of salvation like we preach it: repentance toward God, and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ [Acts 20:21]. And upon that confession of faith, he baptized his converts, just like we do today! [Romans 6:3-5]. Exactly like it. Exactly like it. They had the Lord’s Supper in both kinds, and to Patrick it was an emblematic, memorial service. This represented His body, and they broke bread. And this represented His blood, and they drank of the cup, just like we do today [Matthew 26:26-28, 1 Corinthians 11:23-26]. Continue reading Who St. Patrick really was.
With there being a month of snowmen, fat white people dressed in red and scenes of a baby in a manger it’s radically obvious that Christmas time is here. There is a theme more common around this time of year, and that is Giving. The scene of a baby in a manger, the song “Joy to the world.” All this is about when God gave his only begotten son. The thing that’s missing a lot of the time nowadays is what does the Bible have to say about Christmas? The answer, in short, is that God gave the world his son: … Continue reading The Truth about Christmas
Reality is not only created, but more than what we can see with our eyes, and on a very short timeline.