Posts filed under ‘Atheism and religion’

Ushering in a One World Religion?

The spiritual tower of Babel is being rebuilt again, this time by religious leaders throughout the world. The Pope has determined that in spite of any theological differences he can join hands with the Grand Imam from Islam. They and others worked together to create a document that has as its outcome a great similarity with the first Babel. However, there will be one huge difference between the first Babel of Genesis 11 and the one that’s being built now. Unlike the first Babel, God Himself will not come down. Instead, it will be the Antichrist who appears on the scene and unfortunately for this world, he will be accepted by most as the living God.

Continue Reading February 13, 2019 at 3:16 PM 8 comments

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 4

Sometimes, it is very difficult for us as Christians to accept the circumstances that we find ourselves in through no fault of our own. I’m not talking about having to deal with problems we create for ourselves. I’m talking about those things that happen that affect us that we did not see coming. If God loves us, will never forsake us and will always remain with us, when things happen that we do not expect, is it logical to say that those things just “happened” or took us or God by surprise? We want to ask “where is God?” when in point of fact, He never left and is creating circumstances that might appear negative but they have His purposes in mind. What are those purposes? They are always to do two things. First, they are refine us and recreate the character of Jesus within us. Second, they are designed to always give God glory.

Continue Reading February 13, 2019 at 12:08 PM Leave a comment

Voiding Logic to Uphold Late Term Abortion

These types of lies – saying babies aren’t actually children or that blacks cannot be racist – has positioned people against one another. It is all done because of the lies that have changed definitions. Unborn children are not truly children, therefore if the mother does illegal drugs, it’s not child abuse. Blacks cannot be racist because they apparently have no power over whites. Both of these are completely bogus, yet the Left continues on with a nonplussed attitude, deliberately denying the truth because if they admitted it, they’d have no excuse not to change their attitude and behavior.

Continue Reading February 8, 2019 at 11:35 AM 2 comments

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 3

Joseph undoubtedly learned a great deal of patience through these situations and gained much wisdom. I’m sure he was scared and at times, probably overcome with fear (imagine if you were accused of sexually harassing someone and you knew it to be untrue, yet you were not believed and went to prison for it). Over time, as Joseph trusted God, God did provide and He brought Joseph through these difficult situations.

Continue Reading February 5, 2019 at 10:51 AM 1 comment

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 2

The obvious message for us as Christians is to do the same thing in whatever circumstances we find ourselves. Isn’t this why Paul was able to say in Philippians 4:10-14 that regardless of the situation, he learned to be content? That’s something I bet we can all learn to do better, myself included, don’t you think?

It takes a great deal of faith and trust in Almighty God. It should be something we pursue and can only happen when we truly let go and trust the Lord for His outcome, in spite of way things look to us.

Continue Reading February 1, 2019 at 11:47 AM 1 comment

Continuing Road to Health

I don’t know about you, but I would like to be at my best, health wise. I know that I’m eating right and that I avoid nearly all highly-processed foods. I eat organic whenever possible and pass by all the garbage that passes off for food these days. I’m learning that this is not enough. Our bodies need more and at least some of that is found within the nutritional supplementation department. Certainly some is found in the prescriptive medication department as well.

Continue Reading January 30, 2019 at 11:42 AM 10 comments

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 1

One parallel we can make between Joseph and Jesus is that just as Joseph was sold into slavery by his own brothers, Jesus also was sold by his own fellow Jews. Joseph had done nothing morally wrong that warranted him being treated so badly. It’s even possible that as a 17-year-old young man, the things he said to his brothers and father were not done in a bragging way as previously mentioned, but possibly in a very innocent way. It would be natural for people listening to these things to take umbrage or to become very jealous if their hearts were not right with God.

Continue Reading January 22, 2019 at 11:38 AM 1 comment

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