Put the Blame Where it Belongs!

Many Canadians celebrate today because it's Canada Day. Many more are denying the celebration in honor of the many hundreds of innocent children whose bodies were discovered murdered at various "Christian" schools across Canada. This is a horrendous act of Satanism, and I am grieved over this horror, and my heart goes out to the … Continue reading Put the Blame Where it Belongs!

It’s Real and it’s Personal

The Bible says that King David loved God with all of his heart and had a very personal relationship with Him. Even though David fell into sin a couple of times, and even though he faced horrendous battles and personal hardships, he knew that God could and would bring him through them all AND that … Continue reading It’s Real and it’s Personal

Don’t Hide the Light

As believers, we have God's Spirit—His light—in us, and we may be the only form of God's goodness that people will see. It's important that everything we say, do, and think gives God the glory because in doing so, our light for Him shines, and people will see God in us. Let's shine for God … Continue reading Don’t Hide the Light

Pray for Our Brothers and Sisters

Most of us are blessed more than we even realize, yet thousands of believers worldwide are persecuted for loving Jesus. Men are killed, women are raped, and children are kidnapped. Jesus is coming soon to take all believers Home, but for these precious people, He can't come soon enough. Let's look beyond our own lives … Continue reading Pray for Our Brothers and Sisters

Keep the Oil in Our Lamps!

God is a faithful father who guides and instructs us throughout our lives, and He does this through the Scriptures. When we have decisions to make, He has the answers for us so that we won't be deceived by temptation or fall into sin. For example, if we don't know if abortion is wrong, we … Continue reading Keep the Oil in Our Lamps!

Compassion and Mercy

God is full of compassion, merciful, and forgiving. While we were still sinners, Jesus died to pay the punishment for our sins because He loves us that much, and He gives each person every possible opportunity to turn to Jesus and accept Him as Savior. And after we are saved, God continues to pour out … Continue reading Compassion and Mercy

How to Resist Temptation

As Christians, we are forgiven for our sins, but we are not perfect. Satan will continue to put temptation in our path to try and cause us to stumble, but we can protect ourselves from his evil ways. First, we spend time in prayer and worship and study the Scriptures to know God. Then, we'll … Continue reading How to Resist Temptation