The Night Before Christmas

It was the night before Christmas and all through the house Every creature was praising, even the mouse. The Bibles were open to the pages with care And showed us so clearly that Jesus was near. The children were singing and clapping their hands With visions of a baby being born in the land. Mamma … Continue reading The Night Before Christmas

To Give or to Receive?

We’ve all heard the saying, “It’s better to give than to receive” and yet, most of us love to receive things. Who doesn’t look forward to getting a gift at Christmas or receiving the reward for a meritorious achievement? We all like to receive things that delight us, but as Christians, our greatest desire should … Continue reading To Give or to Receive?

Why do I need the Bible?

It seems that there’s a trend happening today where many Christians feel it’s not necessary to have or read a Bible because they can hear from God without it. This can be dangerous when we assume that the voice we are hearing is God speaking to us. It’s not an option to ask, “Why do … Continue reading Why do I need the Bible?

We MUST Let our Light Shine!

Many people are searching for God and being deceived because the New Age Christianity is dominant and says that you can know God, go to Heaven and still enjoy living in your sin. The world is spiraling into eternal destruction and Believers must stand out and speak the truth now while we can; otherwise, these … Continue reading We MUST Let our Light Shine!

The Lie of Social Correctness

So many people think that showing human compassion in all they do and respecting the rights of others, is all that's needed to live a “good life”.  But life is more than just showing social correctness; life is about loving people and telling them how Jesus gave His own life to save theirs. Social correctness … Continue reading The Lie of Social Correctness

Why Rejoice in Bad Times?

When we go through struggles and bad times in life, we are anything but joyful.  Many of us become overwhelmed with stress and hardship when we endure those unbearable trials. Yet, Apostle Paul says that he rejoices in tribulation, and we are supposed to follow His teaching because he taught the truth. So does this … Continue reading Why Rejoice in Bad Times?

The Essence of our Hope

The concept of Christianity is spreading across the globe. While a few of those who hear the message will try to live Godly lives, most of them will never pursue a relationship with Jesus. Others will focus on the blessings and make it their purpose in life to claim them all. The message is changing to … Continue reading The Essence of our Hope

Identity Crisis

It seems, at times, that the hardest thing for some believers to admit in this world is that they are Christians. We tend to label ourselves by our career or our social status, just as we label others by their skin color, culture, or profession. Too often, we eliminate our “Christian” identity on our social … Continue reading Identity Crisis

Tell People the Truth

God tells us to love everyone regardless of culture, status or lifestyle because His Spirit lives in us and God loves everyone—so we need to love everyone, as well. New Age Christianity says that loving people means accepting their actions and lifestyles because we are all one big family to God. However, we are not … Continue reading Tell People the Truth

Universalism is a Lie

There is a universal religion spreading across the globe that denies the Holiness of God so it can pursue a more accepted concept of salvation. It’s captivating millions of people from all religions and cultures as it proclaims that God is love, everyone is saved, and repentance and forgiveness are part of a dated  Christiandom … Continue reading Universalism is a Lie

I Am NOT Ashamed!

Many people claim to be Christians but few ever talk about their faith. They will go to church, pay tithes and even attend social events with other Christians, but outside of the church building, they keep their Christianity to themselves. We are children of God and Jesus is our Savior, and we should not care … Continue reading I Am NOT Ashamed!

You Can’t Buy Love

It’s an old saying that's been used to cover many diverse situations, but it’s a fact that can't be refuted: we canNOT buy love. We can impress, persuade, convince, influence, deceive, flatter, fake, assume, and sell the concept of love, but no one can buy the heart's unconditional commitment. Only ONE person in the world's history has ever truly loved … Continue reading You Can’t Buy Love

Looking Beyond a Disability

Many Christians suffer from some kind of disability that keeps them in a constant state of discomfort, ill-appearance, and/or pain. It’s not easy to get out and be a blessing to others when we can’t see beyond the entrapment of our own infirmity. But if we love God, we need to look beyond our disability and see His love for … Continue reading Looking Beyond a Disability

Because God Said So!

Many Christians accept Jesus as their Savior, but neglect to make Him their Lord. The reason there are so many doctrines is that they don't obey God, but we don't have a choice; we must obey Him. Why? Because God said so! Most believers refer to Jesus as “Lord”, but do they really know what … Continue reading Because God Said So!

Spreading Hate

  Never before in our lifetime has the issue of “hate” been as globally relevant as it is today. It seems that as Christians, whatever we say in defense of God’s law or His sovereignty is interpreted as “hate”. Sadly, many Christians have chosen to stay quiet because of their fear of spreading hate. The world is … Continue reading Spreading Hate

Joy Comes in the Morning

There is a big difference between Joy and Happiness, and too often we confuse them. Happiness is a temporal state of the mind; joy is a permanent condition of the heart. Happiness is the result of our emotions being satisfied; joy is the everlasting imprint on our heart that gives us strength. We may go … Continue reading Joy Comes in the Morning

Formula for Salvation

The Old Testament believers looked for the Messiah to come and save them from their sins. They sacrificed animals at the altar in reference to the ultimate sacrifice: Christ Jesus. The shed blood of the animals didn’t take away their sins and they knew that. Their focus was on Messiah who would come and be … Continue reading Formula for Salvation

Changing of the Gods

Life is changing, and if you are old enough to look back 30 or 40 years, you can see the dubious transformation of people’s attitudes and values just by observing how they live. We were once a God-fearing nation; now we're watching a changing of the gods. All lives used to matter when God was present … Continue reading Changing of the Gods