Results of Niacin Intake Since November 2016

It is extremely frustrating to me that most doctors today are brainwashed (that’s the only term I can think of that actually describes the situation) into thinking that drugs are the only way to improve health situations. While they might agree that supplements can keep you healthy (once you are healthy), very few physicians will push a patient onto supplements because those doctors have not been trained to see supplements as having the ability to heal any condition.

Continue Reading January 20, 2017 at 8:28 AM Leave a comment

What Can We Expect During the Millennium, Part 8?

In many ways, the things that people do now will be done during the Millennium. People will be born, grow, marry, start their own families, have their own children, work, and celebrate life. All of it will be thoroughly rewarding as it was supposed to be when God originally created. It is really difficult to imagine, which is why we need to spend time in His Word so that His truth is illuminated to our hearts.

Continue Reading January 19, 2017 at 10:16 AM Leave a comment

Bite-Sized Bits of Info Rule Society

Society has been dumbed down and that is certain. Postman says that is the effect of our complete and total reliance on technology of the digital age and where we have been forced to accept the bland, monotonous, and culture-lacking appeal of information that is given to us in carefully sliced and diced bits of information; something that is reflected in the title of his book, Amusing Ourselves to Death. Is it really that different from what the Roman Empire sought to achieve for the masses by offering them “bread and circuses”? The people were fed and entertained. They didn’t care about things after that and because of that, were easily amused and directed. Unfortunately, it may well be where not only America is at or heading to but all of global society.

Continue Reading January 16, 2017 at 7:30 AM Leave a comment

Did God Really Say? Part 3

Men – husbands, church leaders – we have an obligation to live as Jesus lived. In fact, all Christians have an obligation to live as Jesus lived. In our churches, we are told to defer to the spiritual leaders of that church who are over us as teachers and pastors (Hebrews 13:17; 1 Peter 2:13; and Romans 12 – 15). Their job is to care for the flock and they do this through acts of submission to God (prayer, sacrifice, hours spent studying, preaching, teaching, visiting the sick and elderly, etc.). These are all sacrifices that they willingly do for the sake of the local body. Yet, the pastor is still considered the leader or spiritual head of that body under Christ, even as he is a servant. While the pastor is the head of the local church, he is not head over my personal family. However, if he is teaching biblical truths, then I must submit myself to his teaching.

Continue Reading January 13, 2017 at 6:27 AM Leave a comment

What Can We Expect During the Millennium, Part 7?

If it is true that Jesus has established His personal and promised Kingdom from the Father’s right hand now, then everything in Revelation and many other portions of God’s Word that define His personal rule over a physical kingdom here on earth following His return during the Millennium, are to be taken allegorically. In fact, if Christ has fully established His Kingdom now, there is actually no point at all for His Second Coming in the final analysis because, according to those who interpret His Word allegorically, Christ is already ruling from the heavens. As such, there is no need for Him to return to fulfill any of the promises related to His physical Kingdom on earth nor is there any need for Him to rule physically from earth.

Continue Reading January 12, 2017 at 6:25 AM 1 comment

Did God Really Say? Part 2

Unfortunately for Miller, the entirety of Galatians 3 deals with our salvation in Christ and our justification and sanctification because of that salvation. Anyone of either gender or from any station in life may receive salvation equally from God. He does not withhold part of that salvation because the recipient might be a women as opposed to a man. Salvation is freely available to all people, period. God is no respecter persons in that sense.

Continue Reading January 9, 2017 at 8:16 AM 1 comment

It’s All About Experiencing God Today, Not About Obedience

Our relationship with Jesus is based (or should be based) on how we act (think, speak, and live = love), because of what we know from His Word. Because we are grateful and because we love Him for what He accomplished on our behalf (not to mention the fact that we love Him only because He first loved us; 1 John 4:19), we should certainly want to live the way that pleases Him, whether we feel like it all the time or not. None of this depends on how we feel about our relationship with Him. The relationship exists (if we are truly saved), whether we feel it or not and we should not need to wait until we feel something before we are obedient. I’m married, whether I feel it or not so I act accordingly and it is based on my commitment to my wife. The same applies to our relationship with the Lord.

Continue Reading January 7, 2017 at 7:35 AM 2 comments

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