Month: June 2020

The Key, Part 2 of “Why So Many”

Why would a hedonist reject their life, receive Jesus, and refuse to deny his Savior even when commanded to deny Jesus upon pain of death?

Moral Impact

Some modern bioethicists suggest, “Merely being human is not in itself a reason for ascribing someone a right to life.”

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Why Are There So Many Christians? Part 1 of “Why So Many”

In this new series, we travel back to the primitive Church, to the first years of the Bride of Christ, to see how an empire was upended and the whole world changed by God working through Christians to deliver the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

street post with Truth & Lie

Truthful Lips Endure Forever

Truthful lips endure forever, but a lying tongue is but for a moment. Proverbs 12:19 (ESV) Truth Has Been Redefined The fruit of a lie is always bitter. Marriages can be destroyed by a single lie. Friendship can be shipwrecked by a single act of deception. Relationships built with lies are like houses built upon sand, …

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To You Who Have Come Into the Light

All of us that have the Holy Spirit within us strive for our thoughts and actions to be true, and therefore, righteous.

Man holding a Bible in a crowd of people

Brave New World

Perhaps we will now flood mass transit systems – and the world will take notice. Perhaps, in the new world, the Church will unwaveringly speak what we know as true even if our testimony costs us our homes, our liberty, or even our lives

Remnants

So, you get the idea; God works with remnants. Don’t become downhearted if just a remnant of your local church remains, or a remnant of your ministry remains, or a remnant of your family remains.

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Receive What is Given

In my 40+ years of Christian ministry, my only works that will hold up under God’s inspection are the things that I received from God and did under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

How to live in isolation

So, whatever calling you have, do it! Do it as until the Lord, for your gift comes from the Lord. It’s not your responsibility to make sure others see you, read your work, or hear your speeches.

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