John the Baptist was a great man of God who knew he had a great calling and anointing on his life from the Lord. He was also very confident in his ministry and was rather blunt when he preached in the wilderness. When he was asked about whether or not he was Christ and who… Continue reading It’s okay to have doubts as long as we look to God for validation
Over my Christian life, I've heard many sermons on Psalm 23, one of the most beautiful, poetic psalms ever written. Today, pastor Tony Evans released one of the best sermons I've heard on Psalm 23 as a podcast on YouTube. I hope this blesses you as it has blessed me.
When our Heavenly Father draws us to himself to be saved, among the many things that come with that relationship is the fact he employs us as his ambassadors, authorized representatives and/or messengers for his kingdom. It is truly an honor to hold that distinction for the King above all kings. As his representatives, we… Continue reading Faithful ambassadors
I'll be honest. It's exasperating to see how often evil people get away with all their wicked schemes, especially when they become prosperous because of it, in the world or church. I've often wondered why God is quick to call my faults to my attention and put up hurdles or walls for me until I… Continue reading It’s frustrating to see the wicked prosper
When we are targeted by our enemies, it is part of our human nature to want to actively defend ourselves, whether it's shouting a person down, using violence to defend against their violence, or taking them to court. Sometimes those reactions are justifiable. Then there are times the Lord may want us to handle things… Continue reading Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord
American Atheists, an organization started by the late Madalyn Murray O'Hair, has sent a letter to practically every school superintendent in Arkansas threatening to sue them if they abide by a new law signed by Governor Asa Hutchinson in April. The law, Arkansas Act 911, requires public schools, public libraries, and any other public building… Continue reading Atheists to Arkansas schools: use “In God We Trust”, we’ll sue
God didn't give us our new nature so we would be spiritual or moral failures. As a matter of fact, if we are truly in Christ we can expect the Lord to completely sanctify us by the time we meet Christ face to face. This is what we can assuredly conclude from the following words… Continue reading Completely sanctified
In this 49-minute podcast released September 11, 2017, Christian apologist Frank Turek gives a frank discussion about causes, ramifications, and results relating to why God allows bad things to happen in this world.
Among the many good qualities a Christian should possess in their relationship with God and other people is Christian charity, also known as selfless, unconditional love. It's a theme we are constantly reminded of throughout the New Testament. As a matter of fact, Paul said it was so important that it should be considered the… Continue reading Love, the bond of perfection
Having visions from Jehovah God is paramount to an individual's spiritual well-being and to a community's well-being also. By "visions," I mean something genuine that goes beyond fake stuff in some Christian circles such as Benny Hinn causing whole groups of people to fall out while at the foot of his stage. Proverbs 29:15 states,… Continue reading For Christ’s sake, the sake of others, and your own, have a vision