Why Jesus Likened the Greek Syrophenician Woman to a Dog

In the video below (released on January 6, 2020), pastor Mike Winger covers the part of Mark 7 where Christ and his disciples passed through Tyre and Sidon on their way to Caesarea Philippi. While there, a Greek Syrophenician woman kept begging them for help to free her daughter from devil possession. Jesus ended up... Continue Reading →

Socialism in the U.S.? God forbid.

Despite China's sagging economy due to the U.S. finally pushing back against the socialist regime's corrupt trade practices, China continues to double down on its human rights abuses. The mainstream media may only care about what China is doing to Muslim Uighurs and somewhat begrudgingly they may mention China's abuses in Hong Kong, but they... Continue Reading →

How Some “Evangelicals” Sell Out To Get Soros Money

Below is an eye-opening video (for those who aren't aware) of how George Soros is corrupting American society in government offices and religious bodies, whether they're congregations, denominations, or parachurch organizations. Although the focus of the video is Soros, he's not the only atheist globalist socialist out there with an anti-Christ agenda. Strangely enough, Soros... Continue Reading →

Kudos to Christians Who Never Cave to a Corrupt Culture

At the end of Revelation 2 and the beginning of Revelation 3, the Lord Jesus addresses the widespread corruption that takes place in the churches of Thyatira and Sardis. Both churches received stern warnings from the Savior about facing stiff penalties for their sins if they chose not to repent. Nevertheless, in the midst of... Continue Reading →

Deceit and Evil Imaginations Are Inseparable

God supplies us with an abundance of basic principles for spiritual discernment and spiritual maturity in his word, from Genesis all the way to Revelation. He shares those doctrines with us out of love so we can strive for spiritual excellence to grow in our relationship with him and to ultimately glorify him. All day... Continue Reading →

Chosen to Know the Mysteries of the Kingdom of God

One of Jesus' most well-known parables is the parable of the seed and the sower. It's chock-full of spiritual truths that can help us discern God's character, our own character, the character of others in several ways, and the spiritual truths of how his kingdom works. It's simple, yet at the same time complex. After... Continue Reading →

Walk About Zion to Remember God’s Lovingkindness

Taking physical tours of historical sites is a common pastime for those who have the opportunity to visit different places at home and abroad. Tours educate us about the good, bad, and ugly things that have happened in history to serve as reminders to us about the positive things that we can benefit from or... Continue Reading →

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