Public Decorum Is Gone like the Dinosaur

We gave up cable over a year ago and good riddance. We have Internet only and use that to watch television, choosing only the programs we want to watch and without commercial interruptions. Most are old TV shows and old movies. I rarely watch sports anymore either, unless it’s college ball. Most of what’s on is simply part of the Hollywood cesspool. Hollywood works hard to foster new “norms” that it can foist onto society through television, movies, video games, and music. It’s all done on purpose.

Continue Reading August 21, 2018 at 2:46 PM Leave a comment

Predators in Pulpits?

Throughout the book of Romans, Paul traces humanity’s problem and outlines God’s solution in no uncertain terms. The entire book of Romans is truly a masterpiece of doctrine and authority and Paul painstakingly draws conclusions that are inescapable. Yet today, we have pastors/leaders who draw other conclusions. They don’t wish to offend. They refuse to talk about sin the way Paul talks about sin. They won’t lower themselves because it will make people in the congregation feel bad about themselves. What good is that? Certainly, if left there, no good at all. Why is there such disdain today for the way Paul has explained things? Because people don’t want to hear it.

Continue Reading August 13, 2018 at 12:07 PM 2 comments

Zechariah’s Message and Warning Also Applies to Christians

Zechariah insisted that the Israelites follow God with a pure heart, an undivided heart. This would require quickly admitting when they failed. We need to do the same thing. We need to acknowledge our failures before God, not to dwell on them. Not to beat ourselves over the head with them. We must admit and confess them so that we can regain fellowship with God once again. Christians who do not do this may think they are in fellowship with God, but they are not. They are in fellowship with themselves only. This can happen to any Christian! It’s happened to me and it’s likely happened to you.

Continue Reading August 8, 2018 at 11:44 AM 4 comments

Ark Encounter

First the good things. The gospel was presented throughout. Clearly, extremely talented artists had been hired to create murals and life-size story boards that presented stories in graphic novel format about certain individuals and situations. Usually one character stands out calling the others to God in Christ for salvation. Unless someone ignores everything at the Ark Encounter, it is impossible to leave without reading the gospel leading to salvation. Nicely done. Very impressive as this type of presentation relates well to adults as well as children. Even though younger children wouldn’t be able to read, they would still be drawn to the artwork and ask parents and older siblings to explain, as we heard many doing while we were there.

Continue Reading August 6, 2018 at 2:43 PM 6 comments

It’s All Coming Out Now…Hang Tight

In his “Welcome to the mainstream” post, Q warns us what we can expect from Dems, Fake News WW (worldwide), along with even fake MAGA supporters, who pretend to support Q but inwardly don’t and simply want to cause havoc and redirect people’s thinking.

Continue Reading August 3, 2018 at 12:41 PM 2 comments

Opposing Truth and Hiding Sin

Renegade also commented about Trump and why Hollywood is attacking him so badly and continuously (and he includes the “news” in that circle of Hollywood as well as he notes in other posts. Renegade states that President Trump is actually trying to clean house, to get rid of the Satanists that have taken over Hollywood. It’s a long hill to climb but President Trump – according to Renegade – has all the ammo he needs. It will simply take a good amount of time to bring down the satanic cabal that controls Hollywood.

Continue Reading July 24, 2018 at 10:42 AM Leave a comment

God in My Everything?

The more we begin to rely on our emotions and how we feel about something, the less likely we are going to look to God’s Word as the final and absolute authority for life and practice as Christians. This appears to be what Ken Shigematsu (and too many others to count), is doing. His books attempt to draw people away from the truth of the cross and Scripture into the arena of “feelz” using monastic rituals to get us there. He wants us to embrace the type of rituals that many ancient orders used for the express purpose of getting closer to God. Yet, these things are not in Scripture so we should be very concerned.

Continue Reading July 19, 2018 at 4:32 PM 2 comments

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