Forever Accepted, Never Rejected

In Psalm 94, the psalmist was having a difficult time understanding some of the things he witnessed that were occurring in society. It seemed to him as if people who committed injustices were having free reign without repercussions, while those who were focused on living godly had targets on their backs. He wondered if God... Continue Reading →

Is Australia Reaping What It Sowed?

With all the devastation happening with the bushfires in Australia, my prayers go out to the people there. Yet in the midst of my concerns for all they're suffering there, I have to wonder--what is or has contributed to all the devastation? I've noticed that talking heads on the news have been following the advice... Continue Reading →

We can’t afford to throw out confidence and patience in Christ

34 For ye had compassion of me in my bonds, and took joyfully the spoiling of your goods, knowing in yourselves that ye have in heaven a better and an enduring substance. 35 Cast not away therefore your confidence, which hath great recompence of reward. 36 For ye have need of patience, that, after ye have done the... Continue Reading →

North Carolina: Family’s 2 Bibles are the only items to survive fire

At 5:30 Sunday morning, March  25, Kaylynn Blackwood was awaken by loud crackling noises to discover her house was on fire.  Apparently their wood heater ignited the flames. The 7-months pregnant mom then rushed to get her three sleeping kids out of the house and into their vehicle only to discover she left the keys to... Continue Reading →

Atheist’s Kentucky school shooting drives student-led prayers across the state

The teenage male shooter at Marshall County High School was an atheist who admired Stalin, according to screenshots of his now-deleted social media account(s) being distributed across the Internet. Nevertheless, his heinous act of killing two schoolmates and injuring over a dozen others has prompted student-led prayers across the Bible Belt state with school staff... Continue Reading →

Don’t say I didn’t warn you: prophetic words of love

As the Lord Jesus drew his ministry on Earth to a close with anticipation of his brutal death, burial, and resurrection, he shared as many important prophecies as he could with his disciples. Why? He discloses the answers as to why in the opening verses of John 16. The context of the chapter is Christ... Continue Reading →

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