I wonder how many people are actually “steadfast” or really know what it means to be “steadfast”? It seems that people have become so busy doing their own thing, or things that will get them ahead. Or having to work very hard to pay for all the things they have acquired so they can enjoy … Continue reading STEADFAST
Jude 3-7, Dear friends, although I was very eager to write to you about the salvation we share, I felt compelled to write and urge you to contend for the faith that was once for all entrusted to God’s holy people. 4 For certain individuals whose condemnation was written about long ago have secretly slipped in among you. They are ungodly people, who … Continue reading “What If”
Now that the elections are over (maybe) and at least some of the hysteria is slowing down we just may have a chance to reflect on what happened in our society in the past months. Now should be a time when we (especially Christians) step back, review what we said, thought and how we acted … Continue reading Now the elections are over
No one ever told me that and no advice was given to me about the dangers of looking back. I use to think and believe that looking back was great. I could remember all the fun things I did as a kid and in my wild days. Those times were great and exciting, even sometimes … Continue reading Don’t Look Back!
NOTE TO CHRISTIANS: As Christians we are called to be the best possible Christ-followers, best citizens of the community and the best examples of what a Christ-follower is. We are to do the best we can to measure up to what Jesus calls us to do and be. We are to do this because we … Continue reading NOTE TO CHRISTIANS
After I committed a sin the other day it hit me, why do I sin when I know it is wrong, I don’t want to, sometimes I am able to resist but many times I sin anyway and ignore the consequences. I am not going to say “to be truthful” because I heard someone comment … Continue reading Why do I sin?
MISPLACED CONVICTIONS Convictions, we all have them. Christians have two types of convictions, secular and religious. Convictions can be used for good or they can be harmful. In our Spiritual life they are good except when we are blinded by unholy convictions as we see them through blinders and do not look for the truth … Continue reading Misplaced Convictions
I thought about writing this article months ago but for some reason I just never got around to it. My thoughts were always there. I just never sat down and put them to print. But now with all the hype about the Corona Virus and how it is affecting people and what the government is … Continue reading We are not the same as our ancestors
ANOTHER LESSON LEARNED Satan and the world want us to be divided. They will do anything to get us to quarrel, say things that sound like they mean something else and get caught up in discussions that lead us to make assumptions that are partially true at best and false at the worse. It is … Continue reading ANOTHER LESSON LEARNED
We all want it at some time ot another, that's life, we are human, and we have sin nature and are selfish sometimes. If you fit in this category you are normal. As Christians we can overcome this sin by prayer, repentance, and the grace given to us by Jesus. To say you have never … Continue reading Recognition