Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Thursday, July 7, 2011
NOTE: The preceding story is mostly based on my original manuscript. I simply cannot remember how I wrote its final form, which I submitted to my dear Journalism teacher. When the whole matter comes back to me again, all these would finally be settled.
Friday, July 1, 2011
It’s about the fall and salvation of man, as illustrated in Genesis 3. At first, “the fallen Adam” - representation of the whole human race - finds himself unworthy before his Creator due to his sins against Him (Romans 3:23). His punishment is, of course, death (Romans 6:23), but then, God sent His Son, Jesus, to die in his place (Romans 5:8, Isaiah 53:5), so he claims, “what can the enemy do to me now if I’m saved by [Jesus’] blood?"