God’s Commandments

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The Passover

by David Kortum

Judaism considers Passover a most vital holy occasion in their repertoire of observances, while they wait for their Messiah. Christianity recognizes Christ’s Sacrifice as the central reality in their worldview and belief—yet they do not memorialize it. Seldom does either religion do genuine justice to the Truth as signified, and fulfilled, by Jesus Christ our Passover (1 Cor. 5:7). He was Immanuel—God with us—the Messiah. As the Savior He has fulfilled the most critical pivotal event in ALL of history.

Critical Events Ahead

by David Kortum

Bible students are aware that near the “time of the end” the world will be facing trouble never before seen. So precarious will this time be that Christ said: ” . . . Except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved . . . ” (Matt. 24:22). The Moffatt Translation adds… Read More

The Folly of Wickedness

by David Kortum

The Bible says that “Folly is joy to him that is destitute of wisdom.” But is it wicked also? See for yourself the benefit for avoiding the folly of wickedness.

Can Man Be Righteous?

by David Kortum

The Bible speaks of righteous men. What made them righteous? Perhaps you have been misled in understanding this.

Is It a Sin to Drink?

by David Kortum

Does the Bible prohibit drinking alcohol? Is drinking alcohol sinful? See what the Scriptures really teach!

Is It Wrong to Hate?

by David Kortum

What is so harmful about hate? Will haters be in God’s kingdom? Does God hate? If so, what does He hate?

Tithing Today?

by David Kortum

Jesus said, “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” Does tithing apply to this axiom? Should Christians tithe? See what the Bible teaches.

God’s Holy Days – For Christians Today?

by David Kortum

Is keeping the holy days a Christian requirement? Why did Christ, the apostles, and the early New Testament Church keep the holy days? Were they a part of the Law of Moses? Should we keep them today? Find out the truth about this matter.