The New Age Reveals Satan’s Intentions, Pt 3

Within the New Age, there is strong belief that one day, this world will spiritually evolve to a level, heretofore unknown in human history. Call it the Age of Aquarius or something else, but New Agers believe it will happen. At some future point, a global governance of this world will exist and of course, the New Age makes it plain that this coming united world will be a very good thing. In fact, it’s what the New Age in all its various forms has been seeking for generations.

Continue Reading January 16, 2019 at 10:19 AM 4 comments

The New Age Reveals Satan’s Intentions, Pt 2

It is very possible that Satan has directly or indirectly provided these people and many others with insight into how things will develop and these same people – whether or not they support Trump (though many leaders within the New Age do) – believe that because of all the things that are happening behind the scenes now to ferret out all the corruption in many governments throughout the world, there will come a new system.

Continue Reading January 15, 2019 at 12:03 PM 1 comment

The New Age Reveals Satan’s Intentions, Pt 1

I’ve always found it fascinating that more Christians are not at least aware of the belief system and tenets that undergird the New Age movement. While what we do not know can’t necessarily harm us, it can deprive us of the specific maneuvers that Satan employs in his attempts to advance his own kingdom on this earth (allowed by God). As Paul says we are not to be unwise to the wiles of the devil (2 Corinthians 2:11). It makes sense, doesn’t it, to know how the enemy works and the devices he employs?

Continue Reading January 10, 2019 at 12:05 PM 10 comments

Humanity in the Beginning…

If you consider the millions upon millions (hopefully) of Christians in this world alive now, chances are good that we all do not agree on everything, do we? Part of that has to do with the fact that not every Christian knows the Bible to the nth degree. In fact, it is doubtful that any Christian knows the Bible to the nth degree and no longer needs to study it. The various degrees to which Christians understand God is directly related to how much of His Word we have studied and understand. I’m sure when I stand before Him at the BEMA Seat, among other things, I will learn where I failed to understand His Word. In fact, all of us will. We can only hope that our misunderstandings are relegated to the area of the “non-essentials” of the faith. I certainly don’t know everything there is to know about God’s Word, but hopefully, as my life continues toward my appointment with God, I will know more and more, which will segue into a deeper walk with God in Christ.

Continue Reading January 2, 2019 at 2:15 PM Leave a comment

Last Things Still Future

Folks, it is impossible to read through Revelation without being dramatically affected! The amount of death and destruction is literally staggering and it should cause us to consider the reality of why we are here on this earth. From now until the time the Christian dies or is taken in the Rapture, our job is very clear. It is to fulfill the Great Commission of Matthew 28.

Continue Reading December 31, 2018 at 1:19 PM 5 comments

To Boycott or Not to Boycott?

Sometimes we have to make hard choices about boycotting. You can get to a point where you wind up boycotting just about everything when you don’t need to do that. Concentrate on those businesses who make their policies public and actually brag about what they do. This in-your- face, triple-dog-dare-ya may be the reason Christians avoid a particular company and it may be the only reason to do so.

Continue Reading December 24, 2018 at 10:56 AM 4 comments

Hebrews 4: What is the “Rest” Mentioned?

We’re all tempted to be discouraged and to throw in the towel. We seem to fight ourselves and our desires to continue serving God or doing what we really want to do. I’ve been there. You’ve probably been there too. This is why the NT writers emphasized persevering so much. It’s not that we can lose salvation. It’s that we have to work against our sin nature, which tries desperately to continue to control us. We must persevere in ignoring the dictates of that sin nature. It is not easy continuing to live the Christian life. It is made more difficult because we are constantly fighting against our sin nature’s desire to stop serving God.

Continue Reading December 18, 2018 at 2:47 PM

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