Monthly Archives: January 2019

Christian Tug-of-War

There is a tug-of-war that goes on between different camps within Christianity. The two opposed camps that I want to look at in this article are those that believe that miracles and healings are for today and there are those … Continue reading

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My Prodigal Son

Prodigal—> A wayward person who returns after a willful absence of spending money or resources recklessly. I write this article to encourage any Christian parent of a wayward son or daughter. I will keep it as short and simple and to … Continue reading

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The Impact of Passion

Passion—> An intense desire or enthusiasm for something. Zeal. Fervor. Devotion. There are many preachers out there that are excellent orators. Combine this with charisma and you have mega-ministries because of it. The problem is that most of them speak … Continue reading

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The Christian Life Rope

Ropes are extremely useful. Sometimes they are used for life and sometimes they are used for death. A rescue rope is used for life and a hangman’s noose is used for death. Even after we become saved and Jesus becomes … Continue reading

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Revisiting Ananias and Sapphira

I asked a firmly grounded brother-in-the-Lord to read over my last post Afresh and verify it for biblical truth. This is what he replied, “Powerful, won’t be well received I’m afraid. Your follow-up article should be on the ‘fear of … Continue reading

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Afresh

Great is His faithfulness; His mercies begin afresh each morning. The Lord is good to those who depend on Him, to those who search for Him. Let them sit alone in silence beneath the Lord’s demands. Let them lie face … Continue reading

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