Exercising in Truth

Originally Posted at KindlingTruth by Amanda on April, 23 2018 It can be easy for us to become carried away with things pertaining to the “end times.” Sometimes it’s just a matter of interest. Other times we might become fearful because of some teaching we have heard or because of current events. This article isContinue reading “Exercising in Truth”

Exercising in Faith: Learning to Trust in The Lord

As a Christian, faith and trust go hand in hand. As our faith is exercised, tested, and made stronger, we see this to be true. We learn to trust in the mercy of God though faith in the sacrifice of the Son that covers us, despite our flaws in character or struggle with sin. WeContinue reading “Exercising in Faith: Learning to Trust in The Lord”

Exercising in Faith

When we think of the “end times” persecution of Christians, what comes to mind when considering faith? For many, we believe that once we make our declaration of faith, we are good to go. Jesus will rapture us away before the tribulation, so there’s nothing to worry about. If you have not already read it,Continue reading “Exercising in Faith”

Seeking First The Kingdom of God

Originally posted on February 17, 2018 by Amanda at kindlingtruth.com   When it comes to being prepared for the “end times,” there are a few different approaches Christians seem to take. There are those who do not think it’s necessary to prepare at all because of the rapture, there are some who view preparedness inContinue reading “Seeking First The Kingdom of God”

Exercising in Humility

Originally posted at kindlingtruth.com on August 23, 2018 What is humility? This is often transliterated from a Greek word that means lowliness, which I believe to mean esteeming ourselves as low creatures rather than becoming proud or “puffed up.” I think we can also say that humility is a form of sober mindedness in thatContinue reading “Exercising in Humility”

Confessions of a Fearful and Unbelieving Servant

Last Tuesday I wrote about my experience with receiving the Holy Spirit. A few regular readers dropped off after that, and I expect as much. I understand how it feels to be confronted with Christian ideas that are outside of our comfort zone. It is frightening and sometimes shakes our faith to the core. IContinue reading “Confessions of a Fearful and Unbelieving Servant”