Bible · Christianity · Old Testament · religion · science

God’s time capsules: discoveries confirming his word

God created us with curious minds and if our curiosity leads us down a path that pleases him, we can discover some amazing things. He then uses those amazing things to bring us closer to him and to show us he is the God of his word and that his word really is infallible and… Continue reading God’s time capsules: discoveries confirming his word

government · Islam · law · religion

Muslim cleric arrested by U.S. border officers

A Muslim cleric who was deported from Montreal, Canada to Tunisia in 2007 was discovered trying to sneak into the U.S. from Mexico earlier this month.  Said Jaziri was ordered deported by a Canadian court in 2007 after it was discovered he hid a criminal conviction from Canadian authorities so he could get into Canada… Continue reading Muslim cleric arrested by U.S. border officers

Christianity · End times · government · law · politics · technology · U.S. Constitution

American cities may have aerial drones by 2013

As reported today by Shepard Smith on FoxNews, the FAA is now working on rules to allow law enforcement agencies throughout the U.S. to use aerial drones by 2013.  One sheriff, when told of the news, said that drones would be the best thing since the taser for his force.  Law enforcement sources claim the… Continue reading American cities may have aerial drones by 2013

Catholicism · Christianity · government · politics · religion

What my history class never told me about Lincoln’s assassination

When I was taught American history throughout grade school, Abraham Lincoln was one of my favorite people to learn about. Since his birthday is around the corner, I think this is the perfect time to share what I have learned about situations surrounding the conspiracy that led to his assassination. I, like so many other… Continue reading What my history class never told me about Lincoln’s assassination

Bible · Christianity · encouragement · Jesus Christ · religion

Why did Jesus need God’s grace?

Like any other person who walks this Earth, my knowledge has its shortcomings and limitations.  And like any other Christian, there are some Bible passages that stump me from time to time. Many years ago when I read Luke 2, there was one verse there that gave me pause and it was Luke 2:40, which… Continue reading Why did Jesus need God’s grace?

Christianity · God · human rights · Islam · politics · religion

Praying for Christians in the Islamic world

With many headlines in the secular news within the past two months highlighting the targeting of Christians by Muslims in the Islamic world from Pakistan to Egypt, I have been praying more than usual for my brothers and sisters in Christ who are in those lands. The Western World seems to be bending over backwards… Continue reading Praying for Christians in the Islamic world

Bible · Christianity · religion

Holy writ: 400 years of the KJV

2011 marks the 400th anniversary of the greatest English work ever published–the Authorized Version of the Bible, otherwise known as the King James Version (KJV).  The KJV has changed countless lives in the English-speaking world (including my own), bringing about conversions from sinful lives without Christ to a confession and belief that Jesus Christ is Lord. It has shined pure light where… Continue reading Holy writ: 400 years of the KJV