Fellow Students Instead of Superiors

Approaching our brethren as fellow students of Jesus and the Apostles and not as their superiors opens communication. If you have a Christian blog or some other form of educational/exhorting/edifying public ministry, then you probably have something to share. That’s good. I have things to share too. I was just thinking about the way weContinue reading “Fellow Students Instead of Superiors”

Global Warming or Gaslighting?

If you repeat a false idea long enough, the idea is accepted as truth. This is one of many forms of gaslighting. Is global warming a real threat or is this just another gaslighting tactic used to create fear, panic, division, and encourage people to give up their freedoms in favor of an authoritarian regimeContinue reading “Global Warming or Gaslighting?”

What if She Had Taken the Time to Share Jesus With Me?

Have you ever encountered someone that seemed too steeped in sin to care about taking Christianity seriously? This evening I’ve been thinking about someone I have not thought about in a long time–someone who probably thought that I was too steeped in sin to care about taking Christianity seriously. This was a co-worker of mine.Continue reading “What if She Had Taken the Time to Share Jesus With Me?”

Fear is a Form of Worship

I don’t always fear God as I should. This is especially true when I begin to exalt my fears as being higher and mightier forces in my life than God Himself. I was talking with a loved one yesterday about this cycle I tend to go through. I have a lot of responsibilities in thisContinue reading “Fear is a Form of Worship”

“Mother Earth” Isn’t Angry.

God is. Thanks be to God, that the anger of God is not as the anger of Man. All things are under His full knowledge and control…even the so-called whims and rage of “Mother Earth.” He is not surprised by anything nor is He undermined by any plan that Man has in store. Neither isContinue reading ““Mother Earth” Isn’t Angry.”

A Hypothetical Scenario for Christians: If the Tide Turned on Your Enemies

What if the tide were to turn on all of the enemies of Christianity today found within the social sphere? As a Christian, what would you do? This is pure hypothetical conjecture, as far as I know, but the thought occurred to me…what if? What if all of this glorification of LGBTQ pride, BLM, extremeContinue reading “A Hypothetical Scenario for Christians: If the Tide Turned on Your Enemies”

This is My Beloved Son. Hear Him.

Jesus said that false prophets would rise, and all the more once His Day approaches. He was right. There are many who want to be prophets, but instead of waiting on the Lord, they force the issue. Let me give you some clues about the false prophets today. First off, they like to use theContinue reading “This is My Beloved Son. Hear Him.”

The 7 Churches of Revelation: I Have Been as Ephesus Too

In my previous article I discussed my interpretation of the church of Ephesus in Revelation 2. If you have not read it, I recommend that you do so that you might understand better what I write now, which are ways in which I have also been as Ephesus. The point of this article series isContinue reading “The 7 Churches of Revelation: I Have Been as Ephesus Too”

Tarry in Jerusalem

 And, behold, I send the promise of my Father upon you: but tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye be endued with power from on high. And he led them out as far as to Bethany, and he lifted up his hands, and blessed them. And it came to pass, while he blessedContinue reading “Tarry in Jerusalem”

The Pain Behind the Pride

I see it. The pain behind your pride. I see it because this was me too. I’m sure there are traces remaining. How strange it was to discover that I had pride. I was always so insecure. Then I realized, pride and insecurity are good friends. Insecurity seeks to be relieved through pride, but prideContinue reading “The Pain Behind the Pride”