In my last post for this series I told you that one thing we as Christians should not do during this time is fear. Now I’m going to get fired up and tell you something I really, really hope you aren’t excessively doing right now. What not to do: Watch TV and go on Social Media. I want you to know that I AM YELLING … Continue reading Stay At Home: What Not to do, #2
What a brilliant scheme it is! Millions of Americans scurried away into their houses and locked their doors. Like fearful, trembling Piglets, they emerge only as is demanded of necessity – and even then, they parade around with masks and shy away from other humans with disgust and dread in their eyes. What more perfect way to divide the American people? To make them fear … Continue reading Stay At Home: What Not to do
Before jumping into any important life decision, the best thing one could do is to make sure that decision is in line with God’s word. Should a person who is born again join the U.S. Military? Here I am going to examine what God has to say about war. If you missed Part one, click here! Old Testament… I want to show some Bible passages … Continue reading Should Christians Join the Military? Part 2
I appreciate veterans. My dad served in the Air Force, my Grandpa in the Navy, and I know many other veterans and individuals who are currently in the military. I know that they are trying to do good, and their desires and motives are pure and I thank them with my whole heart for that. But could it be possible that there is today a … Continue reading Should Christians Join the Military?
MANY HEROES AND HEROINES make their entrances and exits throughout the scenes in the Bible. So do many antagonists. Our Savior, Jesus Christ, is the greatest Hero; and the greatest antagonist is Satan. This antagonist makes his entrance in Genesis 3:1 in the garden of Eden, and his opening words give great insight into what his quest has been ever since being cast into the world. … Continue reading Poison in the Food Source
I think it slapped me the hardest when I turned the corner to enter my Christian Life classroom, and the very first word I heard was a word that should never pass the lips of a believer in Jesus Christ. I went to my seat with thoughts of disbelief and disappointment and frustration running through my head. Where was the Spirit? Here we sat in … Continue reading To the Christian Rebel
“Why do we close our eyes? So that we aren’t looking around and getting distracted,” seven-year-old me was told by my Sunday School teacher as a half-dozen kids sat together on the floor. He continued, “We fold our hands so we aren’t touching our neighbors….” Folding our hands and closing our eyes is the prayer etiquette that Christians are taught as little children and carry … Continue reading Should We Fold Our Hands and Close Our Eyes?