Tag: Christ

Sermon Notes: Lessons on the attitude of Christ

A Portrait of the Suffering Saviour.


I have been a born-again Christian for the last 21 years and in full-time ministry since the year 2000, (Almost 13 years.) One of the most surprising discoveries I made after my conversion was that problems do exist in the church too! In fact, I learned sometimes you have more problems in the church than it is in the world.

Solomon’s Temple and its relevance to the modern Christian

Solomon's Temple from an artist's point of view.

Solomon’s Temple was built in 960 BC by King Solomon, (1 Kings 5:1-18; 6:1-37; 7:13-51; 8:1-66). Also known as the first temple, it was destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar II and his invading armies in 587 BC. Solomon’s Temple and every task carried out within it actually were types of Christ and his mission. In today’s article, we are going to take a detailed look at the purpose served by Solomon’s Temple in the Old Testament and its relevance to the New Testament Christian as a type of Jesus Christ. [Image Credit: Laura Dahl]

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