Christ’s Reflection in Ecclesiastes is Seen Beyond the Words of Despair

The 30-minute video below was released this morning by the Christ in Prophecy program produced by Lamb & Lion Ministries. Co-hosts Tim Moore and Nathan Jones welcome Robert Morgan who pastors a church in Tennessee. In their discussion they note that although the book of Ecclesiastes reflects some words of discouragement and despair, it ultimately... Continue Reading →

Christ is Restorer of the Spiritually Disabled

Being in the right place at the right time can reap a load of godly benefits. That's one of several spiritual truths brought to light in verses 6-11 of Luke 6 when the Lord Jesus Christ healed the man with the withered hand. The man, in the midst of his disability, was drawn to seek... Continue Reading →

God’s Anointing Empowers Us to Be Sure of Our Salvation

Christians walking in the full assurance of their faith, knowing that they're saved without any doubts, is such a vital concept within Christ's ministry that he had Paul, Peter, and John touch on the subject in their epistles. Paul expressed it in 2 Corinthians 13 where he stated the following: 5 Examine yourselves, whether ye be... Continue Reading →

Liberal Columnist Wants Democrats To Be the Party of Euthanasia

Anyone who does an honest study of how the Lord Jesus and his disciples conducted ministry will see that healing sicknesses (physical and mental) was one of their main concerns. The desire to preserve life is inherent to genuine followers of Christ and to societies adhering to Biblical principles. But liberals are looking to push... Continue Reading →

Some Examples of How Jesus Backed Up the Divine Authority of Scripture

Scott Lanser and Henry Smith from the Associates of Biblical Research highlight some examples from the New Testament where Jesus confirmed the infallible authority of the Old Testament scripture. Their discussion shores up the principle that Christians can and should stand firm on the reliability of the Bible. This video was released 2021/10/26 and is... Continue Reading →

Ministering to the Saints is Godly Work and a Labor of Love

Today when we think of the term "minister" or "to minister" in religious circles, what often comes to mind is the clergy of any church, whether dressed in suits, robes, or casual wear carrying out preaching or teaching or running a program for the congregation. However, in the Bible the word has broader application given... Continue Reading →

Professor of “Early Christianity” Claims Magic Helped Shape the Faith

"...magic was integral to the development of Christianity and other religions...," claims Shaily Shashikant Patel of Virginia Tech University who is an Assistant Professor of Early Christianity in her article, "Is magic immoral? It played a role in the development of early Christianity." Patel promotes herself as an "expert in ancient magic and early Christianity, [to] study how... Continue Reading →

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