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Rapture, Increasing Lawlessness, and the Tribulation, Part 1

Besides the constant push toward evil that currently exists in global society, certain events highlighted in the Bible will play their part in allowing and advocating a greater advance of evil than would have occurred had those events not happened at all. Certainly one large, unmistakable event is the Rapture. Yet, too many people tend to think of the Rapture as merely an event in which millions of authentic Christians “escape” from this planet. That is certainly part of it; one side of the coin. However, the other part of the coin – as the result of the Rapture occurring – is represented by the things that occur in society because the Rapture has taken place. This cannot be stressed enough.

Continue Reading March 9, 2015 at 11:10 AM 3 comments

Supporting Islam While Throwing Israel Under the Bus

But on a day when being Muslim is actually celebrated in an Oklahoma State house, Muslims came, knelt, and prayed to Allah (Satan, by another name). I don’t recall ever seeing a situation where Christians were actually invited into a government building, allowed to kneel, and pray to the God of the Bible. In fact, there have been numerous cases where DC police have stopped Christian groups from praying on the steps of the Supreme Court building. They were told if they continued, they would face arrest. I have no doubt that this would not be the case if Muslims threw down their prayer rugs and knelt in prayer. In fact, they have not been interrupted when groups of Muslims have gotten together to pray on or near the White House property. Christians are not given the same courtesy and respect.

Continue Reading March 1, 2015 at 7:43 AM 1 comment

There are Two Kinds of People in This World

Notice that Lot included himself with the men, not as a homosexual, but as a human being. While the men reacted in anger to Lot, it does not appear that Lot meant to engender anger in them. He was essentially imploring the men to not act wickedly. Yes, on one hand, the comment from Lot could be taken as being judgmental, but it was judgment applied to what these men intended to do. However, it is very clear that while Lot condemned what the men wanted to do, he did not condemn the men themselves.

Continue Reading February 23, 2015 at 4:27 PM 5 comments

How Should Christians Live Where Gays are Concerned?

Therefore, it is our obligation as Christians to be in a constant mode of reaching out to those who are lost. Yeah, they may be using us. They may be ridiculing us. They may even be used as prime temptations to move us away from God, but in the end, Satan and his minions are using them, just as Satan specifically used Judas and countless other individuals in his plan to thwart God’s purposes.

Continue Reading February 23, 2015 at 7:59 AM

Christianity or Politics? Can It Be Both?

Yet, in today’s American society, I wonder if too many Christians have as their primary goal, the “saving” or turning of society? The argument goes something like this: America began as a Christian nation. Over time, things began to change. Humanism snuck in and took control of too many venues to note here, but chief of which was the secular school system, the one started by John Dewey (Socialist). Because we have gone off course, we Christians have an obligation to return America to its founding roots.

Continue Reading January 23, 2015 at 8:14 AM

Chinese Government to Tell Christians How to be Christians

It is interesting to consider the fact that in a country like China where atheism is rampant and encouraged, even there, people cannot be stopped from looking to Christ for salvation. Persecution can certainly take its physical toll, but history has proven time and time again, that Christianity cannot be stomped out.

Continue Reading August 21, 2014 at 2:26 PM

Lies Are Quickly Being Accepted as Truth in Today’s Society

The problem is, that in today’s world, people use every excuse to explain away terrible tragedies and deadly deeds. Lately, we’ve been hearing a good deal about so-called “white privilege” as the reason at least some bad things happen. A professor at Rutgers and contributing editor at Salon.com blamed the Eliot Rodgers’ killing spree on white privilege. Even after reading her explanation, I’m not sure how the idea of alleged white privilege has anything to do with the recent killings.

Continue Reading May 28, 2014 at 9:03 AM

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