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China’s pride may be its downfall in the world market

Back in 1996, about 88 Haitian children died from a poisonous drug substance that was given to them.  It was traced back to China.  Then last year 100 people died in Panama from a poisonous chemical in their medicine.  The product was once again traced back to China.  Also last year 18 people in China… Continue reading China’s pride may be its downfall in the world market

Bible · Christianity · God · idolatry · Jesus Christ · religion · resurrection

Resurrection originated with God, not Osiris

Christianity’s concept of resurrection has often been criticized as being a knock-off of ancient Egypt’s story of Osiris.  There are several versions of the mythological story of the Egyptian god Osiris, but they all pale in comparison to the truth of resurrection as told to mankind in God’s word.  Satan still has access to heaven as… Continue reading Resurrection originated with God, not Osiris

Bible · Christianity · church · life · religion

Christians need to stop complaining

according to a challenge started last year at a church in Kansas City, MO.  The pastor of that congregation thought it would be a good idea to put on a wristband that would have to be switched to the opposite wrist each time the individual wearing it caught themselves complaining. The challenge has spread to… Continue reading Christians need to stop complaining

Bible · Christianity · God · heresy · Israel · religion

World Council of Churches continues anti-Israeli sentiments

The World Council of Churches (WCC), headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, has announced a new tactic in its ongoing “we hate Israel” campaign.  It is an organization with over 340 churches in its membership in over 100 nations.  Claiming to represent approximately 560 million “Christians” worldwide, it got its start in 1948, the same year the… Continue reading World Council of Churches continues anti-Israeli sentiments

Bible · Christianity · faith · God · religion

Faith is more important than what our senses tell us

Mankind has a tendency to place more importance on what is experienced with our senses than on faith in God.  Christians are often accused of having “blind faith” by those who want to insult and degrade us, as if we are inferior for not putting our complete trust in statistics, science, and what our five senses… Continue reading Faith is more important than what our senses tell us

Bible · Christianity · God · Jesus Christ · prayer · religion

Drawing near to the Father with a true heart

Hebrews 10:14: For by one offering he hath perfected for ever them that are sanctified. … 19: Having therefore, brethren, boldness to enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus, 20: By a new and living way, which he hath consecrated for us, through the veil, that is to say, his flesh; 21: And… Continue reading Drawing near to the Father with a true heart

Bible · Catholicism · Christianity · heresy · idolatry · religion

Apparitions or aberrations?: the immaculate deceptions of “Virgin Mary”

The Roman Catholic church is quite crafty in its dealings both politically and religiously all over the world, whether it’s out in the open or behind the scenes.  Because of their craftiness, they have been able to deceive millions into submitting to their false system of beliefs and political aspirations. One tool they often use… Continue reading Apparitions or aberrations?: the immaculate deceptions of “Virgin Mary”