Bible · Christianity · deliverance · God · religion

Why the righteous die untimely deaths

Sorrow is an unfortunate part of living in this world and there are times where life seems so unfair from our viewpoint, especially when those who are righteous are taken from this Earth before their time.  While they walked this Earth, their lives were a testimony of God’s love. They exhibited the fruit of the… Continue reading Why the righteous die untimely deaths

Bible · Christianity · God · religion · science

New theory on how Red Sea parted

The media outlets are going ga-ga over a new scientific theory of how the Red Sea parted.  I have to admit that after hearing the theory and reading about it, I had a good laugh. Carl Drews of the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), who claims to be a Christian, created a computer simulation… Continue reading New theory on how Red Sea parted

Christianity · human trafficking · law · religion

Trucker calls 911, rescues trafficked kids

Back in the 1980s and ’90s when I read Revelation and it mentioned that there would be bondmen, or slaves, present in the last days, I doubted how that would be possible given how far mankind had come and how slavery was outlawed worldwide.  However it is now clear that slavery in the form of… Continue reading Trucker calls 911, rescues trafficked kids

Christianity · church · Islam · politics · religion

“Christian” leaders fear Qur’an burnings

While the Dove World Outreach Center in Gainesville, FL proceeds with its plans to burn the Quran on 9/11, some “Christian” leaders are complaining about the congregation’s plans.  Among the Christian groups who have expressed opposition to burning the Qurans is the National Council of Churches (NCC) and the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE). The NCC… Continue reading “Christian” leaders fear Qur’an burnings