Posts filed under ‘Atheism and religion’

Misunderstanding of God in Book of Job

Job trusted God in the beginning. He continued to trust God through the misery that visited him, yet it was a bit touch and go because while Job seemed to have legitimate complaints, in reality, he learned a great deal from what he experienced. God brought him through it and in the process, more of Job’s pride was erased as he learned to accept the fact that God is God alone and His reasons for doing anything are His, whether He chooses to reveal His attentions to us or not.

Continue Reading June 12, 2019 at 11:43 AM Leave a comment

A Word from the Lord?

This is the big problem with people who believe themselves to have God’s ear wanting them to be counselors to others. The unfortunate part is that the people they counsel often take their counsel as complete truth and endeavor to follow their instructions to a “t” instead of going to Scripture and checking things for themselves.

Continue Reading May 27, 2019 at 3:36 PM 4 comments

Prisons and Inmates

The Bible tells us we need to remember these prisoners and certainly, the Bible is referring mainly to those Christians then who were wrongly imprisoned for their faith, not for breaking the law otherwise. However, there is a need to remember our brothers and sisters in Christ who are incarcerated. Maybe they were not imprisoned because they are Christians. They are imprisoned for things they did wrong. Yet, they need our prayers to help turn their lives around, to be protected and to help them remain free from trouble while they serve their time.

Continue Reading May 11, 2019 at 10:40 AM

Stories, Stories, and More Stories…

Folks, as time progresses and we move closer to the time of Jesus’ return, we must remember that He warned us about the false Christs, the false teachers who would lead many astray (Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21). Things would be gearing up to see more and more heretics gaining prominence within Christendom. Because of the way people chase after their “felt needs” today, they are tossed about by every wind of doctrine trying to satiate their itching ears.

Continue Reading May 8, 2019 at 2:48 PM 6 comments

We Can Learn Lessons from the Kings of Israel

Asa’s life as king is a good lesson for all of us. Is it your supreme desire to follow God, to seek Him and His ways, to live for His glory? Is that your aim? If that is not your aim, you will do what dictates your heart and not bring glory to God. It’s that simple, though when it comes to where the rubber meets the road, it is difficult because our minds tend to wander away and fix themselves on our own felt needs.

Continue Reading May 7, 2019 at 12:32 PM

What May Be on the Political Horizon, Part 2?

I’ve listened to people who call themselves Christian and Republican who only spout Democrat/Leftist talking points. Why? Because they listen to CNN or some other mainstream media program where the anchors are simply propagandists, vomiting the Left’s talking points night after night, day after day. Yet, these Christian/Republicans believe they are well informed. They’re not because they have failed to do the research on their own and simply believe what they like to hear.

Continue Reading April 24, 2019 at 12:16 PM 2 comments

What May Be on the Political Horizon, Part 1?

But it is also very important to understand that in spite of what might be coming, it is clear that the entire Leftist machine will not be held in check. There are way too many things happening in society for that to occur. The political machine of the Left is not merely seeking to oust President Trump. They are busy undermining society’s traditional Judeo-Christian beliefs and their approach is multi-faceted and omni-directional. What President Trump is fighting against is merely a sliver of the whole political pie.

Continue Reading April 22, 2019 at 4:02 PM 3 comments

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