Posts filed under ‘Political Correctness’

Can People Be Good?

There is an implied question between verses 23 and 24 with the use of the word “for.” Why did Barnabas do what he did? Because “…he was a good man…” (v. 24). Barnabas was a “good” man according to the Scriptures. But wait, I thought God said that all have sinned and fallen short of His glory and that our righteousness is filthy? Yes, God has said that and it is true.

Continue Reading October 18, 2018 at 9:45 AM 4 comments

Push Toward Globalism Continues

There is also a Deep State circus happening in DC, specifically with respect to the Senate. Dems and a few RINOs are pulling out all the stops to ensure that Brett Kavanaugh does not become the next Supreme Court Justice. To this end, they have trotted out Dr. Ford to accuse Kavanaugh of rape some 35 years ago. Because of her claim, many on the Left simply choose to believe her. However, much of her testimony is virtually falling apart and the many connections Ford has to the CIA, the Dems and the Deep State is coming out.

Continue Reading October 3, 2018 at 1:33 PM

Micah Explains True Religion in One Short Verse

Micah also states that we should “love kindness.” What does that mean? It means we should endeavor to be kind to all people and by its very nature, it means that we put our own wants and needs on the back burner. You cannot be concerned about how others “feel” if you are concerned primarily with yourself. To be kind means to always think in terms of how the other person feels. What’s happening with them? What are they having to deal with? How can I make their life easier?

Continue Reading September 26, 2018 at 10:15 AM

Daniel Chapter 11, Part 1

Before I get into that chapter, I’d like to point out something. There are several schools of thought related to the entirety of the book of Daniel, including chapter eleven. As with everything else biblical, critics have come out of the woodwork to either downplay, attempt to negate, or even change the way they want us to look at this eleventh chapter of Daniel. In a broad brush stroke, some of the “concerns” these so-called higher critics have is applied to the entire book of Daniel, not just specific chapters, like chapter eleven.

Continue Reading September 17, 2018 at 3:52 PM 1 comment

What’s Your Level of Commitment?

Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego, and Daniel had spent decades living for God. By the time they got to Babylon, it was firmly embedded in their thinking and outlook. They could no more set aside their obedience to God than they would drink muddy, putrid water. There was no question about their direction. They were all in for God regardless of the cost.

Continue Reading September 14, 2018 at 12:14 PM 2 comments

It’s Too Easy to Compromise Isn’t It?

Now, we might never address or counsel leaders or kings, but that’s not really the point. The point is that God will bless our efforts to be and remain faithful to Him in all things. The world (Babylon) is constantly trying to force us to compromise ourselves and we’ll look at some of these things specifically in future articles. Because the world is trying so hard to pull us from God, thereby minimizing our testimony, it is imperative that we resolve to follow Him in spite of any negative consequences that might occur.

Continue Reading September 13, 2018 at 11:26 AM

Luciferian Age of the Spirit

What most of the public sees today is a very obvious though general “war” between good and evil; forces of seeming good in our government against the evil of the cabal. This is what most are focusing on and because of that, much at the periphery seems to go unnoticed by the average person. Unfortunately, it will likely be these very things that people don’t notice that will undoubtedly become major turning points for society in the near future.

Continue Reading September 12, 2018 at 3:56 PM 6 comments

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