Smashing the idols

When Hezekiah became king of Judah, the nation experienced its greatest spiritual revival up to that point. It happened after a 16-year period of evil where God was openly rejected and all sorts of sins were promoted in public. Hezekiah ushered in a very thorough, genuine, and righteous change that swept like wildfire throughout not... Continue Reading →


A home for my soul and my soul as his home

It's a comfort to me when my heavenly Father interrupts me for a moment, as I go through the business of living out my life, to remind me of my identity in him. He likes to encourage me with the principles expressed in 1 John 4:15-16-- Whosoever shall confess that Jesus is the Son of... Continue Reading →

Stability in tumultuous times requires godly wisdom and knowledge

Tumultuous situations in life can arise due to a number of various factors. They can be the result of bad government policies at the local, regional, or national level. They can also come about by jealous people who lash out against an innocent party just minding their own business. Those are just two examples among... Continue Reading →

Driving out distractions for comprehensive communion with God

In Genesis 15, we see how several years after Abram entered into a relationship with the Lord, Jehovah reassured Abram that all of the promises he mentioned in years past would indeed come to fruition. Despite the fact Abram was now a seasoned believer, he asked God for some evidence of the prophetic promises in... Continue Reading →

Christian dishwasher in Miami awarded $21 million in court

For over 10 years, 61-year-old Haitian Marie Jean Pierre worked as a dishwasher at a Hilton hotel in Miami. When she took the job, she had informed her boss that she attended church every Sunday at a local Baptist church and could not work on Sundays. The hotel accommodated her wishes for seven years, until... Continue Reading →

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