Hebrews 5:13-14 (NIV)
"Anyone who lives on milk, being still an infant, is not acquainted with
the teaching about righteousness. But solid food is for the mature, who by constant
use have trained themselves to distinguish good from evil."
Are you able to distinguish between good and evil? Do you always choose good after distinguishing it from evil? Are you well acquainted
with the teaching of righteousness? If you answered "Yes" to these questions, this section of the website is for you. You have a firm
understanding of foundational doctrines of Christianity. Now it is time to strengthen the core of your being, so you can enforce the
Kingdom of God in the earth. It is time to strengthen your heart so you would not fall in a time of spiritual warfare. Articles and
resources posted in this section of the website will help you do just that.
Summarily, resources posted on this section of the website reveal concepts from the lifestyle of Jesus and point out how we can emulate
such and apply them to our contemporary circumstances. Concepts that describe the lifestyle of Jesus as he walked the earth during his
earthly ministry constitute what we can call the meat (or solid food) of the word of God. The writer of the book of Hebrews (up until Hebrews 5:7)
went into some length to describe the lifestyle of Jesus, but deliberately halted further discussions because the people he was writing to were
not established in foundational doctrines of Christianity. Through his writing though, the Holy Spirit presents a notion that the lifestyle of
Jesus will constitute the solid teaching or meat of the word of God which the Recreated Human Spirit needs.
Therefore we have included articles and resources in this section of the website which can be technically classified as the meat of the word. Because
the teachings here leverage the inputs of elementary teachings of Christianity, baby Christians may find it difficult to understand at first. If you
find yourself in that category, please do not get discouraged. Take your time to get established in the milk of the Word, practice the instructions
therein, and as God begins to quicken your heart, come back to the meat section of the word of God. The meat of the word of God is responsible for
strengthening the core of your being. You need the meat of the word of God, so as not to falter in this time of adversity (Proverbs 24:10), but you've
got to be ready for it.
So, the question is: Are you ready? If you answered "Yes" please dig deeper, into the meat of the word of God and strengthen your core!