Did you know that apostles were imperative in the first 300 years of the Church? Are we still meant to have apostles today, and more importantly, what qualifies someone to be an apostle?
The art of healing goes far beyond a physical miracle, it is an intricate process that our soul must go through.
The Church today has departed so far from the primordial teachings that Jesus revealed. We need to go back to our roots, back to the traditions that were imparted to the first Church.
La Iglesia Primitiva no temía a la muerte, la anhelaban, no por alguna emoción irracional, sino por amor a la verdad. El apóstol Pablo declaró: “pero confiamos, y más quisiéramos estar ausentes del cuerpo, y presentes al Señor.” (2 Corintios 5:8 RVR60) y “nosotros también gemimos dentro de nosotros mismos, esperando la adopción, la redención […]
What did Paul mean when he wrote “you have put off the old man with his deeds.” (Colossians 3:9)? The Early Church was zealous for being a living sacrifice, clearly understanding the meaning of Paul’s sentiment.
Why did the Earliest Christians long to be partakers in the sufferings of Christ, and rejoice during persecution?
God wants us to overcome our flesh and even meets us halfway, but are we willing to believe His promises and take the Kingdom by force?
Is living a life of prayer and fasting enough to atone for our sins, or does God require more of us?
King David knew the order God ordained in the Priesthood was integral to usher in His glory. Is the church in order, prepared for God’s glory?
The early church knew the importance and absolute necessity of true penance. What did that look like and how does it apply to Christians today?