Did Brexit fulfill Bible prophecy? Is it a setback for the New World Order, the EU, and Great Britain? This is what I hope to briefly examine in this post. In my opinion, Brexit is not specifically mentioned in Bible prophecy, but it does factor into what we find in Bible prophecy. Just as a bit of… Continue reading The Bible, Brexit, and Babylon: what are the prophetic implications?
God's true church is one of his many masterpieces (Eph. 2:10). It has a lot of good things going for it, just as God designed. That's why Satan and his minions (human and spiritual) occupy their time trying to disrupt it however they can. Despite those disruptions, God, with true believers as his partners, still effects… Continue reading God’s kingdom may ebb & flow, but it will always smash & crash other kingdoms
Holiness is so underrated and ridiculed these days. But when I come across it in people, I find it encouraging and refreshing. It gives me hope that God's will shall truly be done on Earth as it is in heaven. Although some consider holy people to be those who sit around and never have any… Continue reading The priceless value of holiness
A jury in Texas found four young men not guilty after they faced trial for disrupting a sermon by Joel Osteen last year. In the now famous incident, six men in their 20s and 30s stood up and shouted Osteen down. The men consider the acquittal as a sign that God was on their side.… Continue reading 4 of 6 men who interrupted Osteen sermon are acquitted
Have you ever been told that it's not your place to ever question God? I was told that several times when in my early teen years my dad died before the age of 50. I'm sure the people who told me that meant well, so I don't hold it against them, but I believe… Continue reading Why, God, why?!, or, should we ever question God?
The Barna Group just released it's latest findings on how Americans view the Bible. It found that skepticism towards the Bible continues to steadily increase and the Christian faith is viewed in a negative light to more people. “With each passing year, the percent of Americans who believe that the Bible is ‘just another book written… Continue reading Barna Group finds many negatives, some positives about US Bible perceptions
The church of Galatia was truly blessed by God and experienced some wonderful things because of their faith. They also went through some suffering for it. However, both the suffering they endured and the blessings they experienced served as reminders that God's hand was on them by faith in Christ. But that's when trouble reared… Continue reading Miraculous, yet misinformed: when faith is targeted by fakes
A lot of research has been done since 9/11 focusing on the mental health issues of individuals serving in the US military. There is still a lot of speculation and not enough definitive answers on how to solve their PTSD and other problems because the suicide rates seem to consistently and persistently remain high for… Continue reading US military personnel need prayers as suicide, mental illness rates stay high
Many, including myself, have been wondering for awhile why famous technology gurus are hyping up the possibility of "Terminator" or "I, Robot" scenarios where artificial intelligence (AI) kills and/or conquers humans. What's their ultimate endgame? Well, the other shoe has dropped, thanks to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Space X. Musk has proposed that… Continue reading Tesla’s Elon Musk: Microchip implants can stop AI takeover
I remember that as a young child in Ohio, during the summer we would drive down south to see relatives in Eastern Kentucky, the foothills of Appalachia, where my siblings and I would witness something we found appalling. People from that area would actually shop at the stores in town barefoot and many men were… Continue reading No shirt. No shoes. No service.