Sometimes Stereotypes and Stigmas Can Secure Us

As fallible human beings, we sometimes can make assumptions about individuals or groups of people based on what we've been told or based on what we've seen that lead us to make generalizations regarding them. The Bible teaches us not to be respecters of persons (i.e. showing favoritism) or to dismiss, unjustly judge, or look... Continue Reading →

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A Four-Minute Tutorial on How To Spot False Prophets and False Teachers

Nelson Domingues of Bible Munch devotionals just released this quick four-minute overview on how to tell if someone is genuine or fake when it comes to their claims of being a prophet or teacher from the Lord. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5ZuHLyDSLo

Most Bibles Are Printed in China and Trump Tariffs Could Hurt Bible Sales, Say Publishers

Bible publishers like Zondervan and Thomas Nelson (both owned by secular company HarperCollins) are expressing concerns to the Trump administration that tariffs on Chinese products could harm the availability of Bibles in the U.S. and Bible distribution worldwide.  Several decades ago, U.S. Bible publishers moved most of their Bible printing (over 70%) to China, which... Continue Reading →

You May Get Static No Matter What You Do For Christ

One thing among many that I enjoy about genuine Christian ministry is how the Lord uses an array of methods to distribute his message. Some saints are more low-key about how they share the gospel while others are more intense, sociable, and energetic about it. Regardless of the personal method preferred, I've seen the Lord... Continue Reading →

Godly Wisdom and Knowledge Help Us Discern Scripture With Deductive Reasoning

Has someone ever told you, "Well, that's not in the Bible!", as a way to justify a faulty or downright sinful belief or action? Has anyone ever said to you, "You're taking that scripture literally when it's symbolic," or "You're taking that scripture symbolically when it should be literal"? If we were to buy into... Continue Reading →

Set on destructive courses by unreliable sources

King David may have been a fierce warrior, but he also had a soft, compassionate side. In 1 Chronicles 19:1-2, he showed his compassionate side when he felt genuine concern for Hanun the Ammonite who had just become king after his father, King Nahash, died. Nahash and David were on good terms because of their... Continue Reading →

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