Discerning the Signs of the Times Is As Easy As Checking the Weather

The Lord Jesus had a very frank message to unbelievers in Luke 12:54-57 concerning the ease with which they had the intellectual capacity to discern the signs of the times, but refused to do so. Noting the signs of the times wasn't complicated, but was as simple as checking the weather. He told them: 54... Continue Reading →

MyPillow Guy Gives Godly Comfort to Americans, Leftists Respond With Hate

Mike Lindell, the MyPillow guy, was among several corporate CEOs at President Trump's March 30 press briefing on the Coronavirus, held in the Rose Garden at the White House. Anyone who knows Lindell's story knows that he at one point in his life lost a marriage and his family due to his addiction to crack... Continue Reading →

Remembering Who We Are & Whose We Are Helps Us Rise Above the Shenanigans

It's in crises-obsessed times like these where it really pays spiritual dividends for all of us saints of God to be rooted and grounded in the Lord and his word. We have countless principles from God's word to help us keep all fear and fear-mongering at bay when they become the order of the day.... Continue Reading →

The Best of Times, the Worst of Times: What the Bible Says About Hoarding & Price Gouging

The present coronavirus pandemic serves as a stark reminder that we truly live in a fallen world full of fallen people who allow crises to bring out the worst in them. It also serves as a reminder that the fallen people in this fallen world have the potential of redemption through faith in Christ when... Continue Reading →

Technology Is Not as Big an Influence on US Christians as Assumed, says Barna

"Overall, we see that the influence of recent digital trends on churchgoers is undeniable, though perhaps not as extreme as you’d expect," says the Barna Group in a recent research survey of 1,600 U.S. adults that included 794 Christians. As part of their project entitled "State of the Church 2020," the evangelical research group set... Continue Reading →

Maintaining Trust Sometimes Calls for Moving People Out of Prominent Positions

A few weeks ago in Croatia, the country's top criminal prosecutor was forced to resign after he admitted he was a Freemason. State’s Attorney Drzen Jelenic resisted the idea of having to resign just because he belonged to the occultic secret society, but public outcry was so massive he ended up having no choice. While... Continue Reading →

The Dead are Still Raised: Miracles Testify of God’s Existence, Mercy, and Grace

Despite the fact we live in an age hell-bent on rebelling against God, the Lord still has enough love, mercy, and grace toward mankind to let us know he's still around and working for our good. One way he continues to do that is by working outside of the natural laws he established to do... Continue Reading →

Alcohol Abuse is Getting Worse in U.S., Says Study

A recent study has shown that deaths linked to alcohol abuse have been steadily increasing since 2000, especially since 2012. The groups registering the largest increases have been American Indian men and Alaskan Indigenous men (+3.3%) as well as women in general (+4.2%) and white women specifically (+4.2%). To arrive at these statistics, researchers intentionally... Continue Reading →

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