Majority See Lockdowns as Opportunity for Self-Improvement

A recent survey of 2,000 people in England found that 60% of them see the shelter-in-place orders as the perfect opportunity to improve themselves. Despite all the fear and panic displayed in news headlines, most people (80%) say they are focusing on the positives that can come from the coronavirus lockdowns, 66% want to achieve... Continue Reading →

When You Feel Like You’ve Been Backed Into A Corner

After the prophet Elijah's biggest, most profound victory of his ministry in 1 Kings 18, he did the strangest thing in 1 Kings 19--he ran and hid from Jezebel. This was right after he had just defeated hundreds of her prophets of Baal in an epic showdown and after he prayed to the Lord for... Continue Reading →

Living godly in an ungodly world

Why are the top two major "Protestant" church denominations having so many difficulties of late? The United Methodist Church is on the verge of splitting later this year. The Southern Baptist Convention is having a crisis of faith over some church leaders subscribing to the Marxist Critical Race Theory. The answer isn't as complicated as... Continue Reading →

A Confident Conclusion With an Ebullient Benediction

When reading the apostles' letters to those of us who are the saints of God, you can tell they took great care with their words. Not only did their epistles open with powerful words, the main bodies of their letters maintained or even increased in power and their closings were equally as powerful. Take, for... 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 →

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