The Mystery of Sea

A sea has a mystery hidden within its nature as it symbolizes the Holy Trinity with its nature Extension, drenching and coupling. The name of the sea quail not only differs from body name and tax, but also from unity. The difference is in the words of Quinn’s heart, and the unity is in the sense of existence. Consciousness is the existence of one entity between the two entities. The three parts have their own nature of which to maintain unity and to understand each other. A sea symbolizes the Holy Father with its extension, the Holy son by its drenching and the Holy Spirit by its coupling.

“Remember now your Creator in the days of your youth” (Ecclesiastes 12:1)

The wise Solomon’s words, “Remember your Creator in the days of your youth” is for the days before the days of misery. It is not apposite to sin, heretic or deal with strain in our youth hood due to various drug addictions, alcohol abuse, other harmful alternative and as such. The cure for anxiety is to remember about God and live according to His will. The success of our ministry in the last days makes our lives meaningful with God in our youth.


The literary definition of the term lighting is “A sudden discharge of electricity from a cloud to the earth, or from the earth to a cloud, or from one cloud to another that is, from a body positively charged to one negatively charged, producing a vivid flash of light, and usually a loud report, called thunder. Sometimes lightning is a mere instantaneous flash of light without thunder, as heat-lightning, lightning seen by reflection, the flash being beyond the limits of our horizon.”

The Power of Prayer

Humans, be it at least once in our lives, probably pray for something with great intensity. We might pray for extended period of time waiting, hoping, and trusting that God will hear our prayers;

Christian Liberty

Christian liberty is an outgrowth of salvation by grace and is realized by the believer in and through our Lord Jesus Christ.Through grace we attained freedom from the yoke of the Mosaic Law in its literal dress; but it does not mean freedom to break the Law or to commit sins…

“Cast the net on the right side of the boat” (John 21:6)

In-scripted in the Bible, alike Saint Peter, fish in the land to the Israelis at the Sea of Tiberias. Nevertheless, whilst our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ reigned in the flesh in the land of Israel and gave them authority over their own, they seized to monger fish. They desired to be taught in demeanor of success and superiority…

“But if you bite and devour one another, beware lest you be consumed by one another!” (Galatians 5:15)

The basis for hatred and stigma is severance. Butchery and obliteration are its main characteristics. If there is division, there can be no development. It is unthinkable to live in peace let alone develop and prosper. Even differences of language, which may be the cause of our intellectual prosperity, lead to hatred; Every time we hear each other’s language, we become filled with hatred.

“I am the Almighty God” (Genesis 17:1)

Torah, the first section of the bible, pioneered the name of the Almighty God; in particular to Genesis, “When Abram was ninety-nine years old, the Lord appeared to Abram and said to him, “I am Almighty God; walk before Me and be blameless.” (Genesis 17:1)

“Even so it is not the will of your Father who is in heaven that one of these little ones should perish” (Matthew 18:14)

Lord and Savior Jesus Christ thought as that God watches over each of His children. The letter to the Hebrews notified us about angels who are ‘sent out to serve for the sake of those who are to inherit salvation.’

“How long, O Lord? Will You forget me?” (Psalm 13:1)

Prophet David uttered these words, in his long lasting tiredness and while becoming troubled due to its extent. So, he cried out to the Lord saying: “How long, O Lord? Will You forget me forever? How long will You hide Your face from me? How long shall I take counsel in my soul, Having sorrow in my heart daily? How long will my enemy be exalted over me?” (Psalm 13:1-6)