Category Archives: Proper Perspective

Does God Ever Detest Your Prayers?

God detests the prayers of a person who ignores the law. (Proverbs 28:9 NLT) This is a very powerful warning in the Word of God. But before anyone jumps to the conclusion of why someone’s prayers don’t seem to be … Continue reading

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Circus Christianity

Before I move into the meat of this article, I need to establish a base level. First of all I believe that the gifts of the Holy Spirit are in operation today. I am a living breathing example of a … Continue reading

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Driven or Led by God?

Do you ever feel over driven while in the process of trying to fulfill what you believe God has called you to do in life? Tragically it has become a common occurrence in the End Times we are living in. … Continue reading

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Revivalism or Just Filling a Church

You have probably heard of the expression “Don’t put the cart before the horse!” But, to be truthful, that is what so many churches are guilty of doing today, especially the mega-churches. In reality, every pastor and congregation would love … Continue reading

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Godly Jam

My Aunt Ann made the best homemade jams I ever had in my life. My favorite was elderberry. Since I also helped to pick the berries that went into them, I learned that elderberry was also the most difficult to … Continue reading

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From Law to Grace to Wrath

The Bible is very clear about the unchanging nature of God. James declares that every good gift comes down from the Father of lights, “with whom there is no variation or shadow of turning” (James 1:17). Hebrews 13:8 tells us … Continue reading

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Being a Duck Christian

Ducks have a special gland positioned near their tails, called the preen gland. This gland produces an oil, which ducks rub over their feathers with their beaks (preening) to maintain their waterproof effect. This oil creates a protective barrier that stops feathers from becoming waterlogged. In studying … Continue reading

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