New Age Christianity is doing its best to convince new and uneducated believers that they are now the new chosen people and that God wants only blessings and a good life for them here on earth. The message of salvation has been twisted so that deception has people confused as to whether our life on earth … Continue reading Resort or Battleground?
Too often Christians get caught up with being negative and criticizing others. Whether it's a group within a congregation or a rant on public media, speaking negative about others only builds up the self-righteousness of the participants. Our focus should not be on what not to do, but rather, on what Jesus has told us to do. The commission Jesus gave to … Continue reading Let’s Be Positive!
There has never been such a need for Christians to pray as there is today! Our lives are literally hanging on a thread and if that thread snaps, then the plunge we take will be deadly. But if we can secure that thread in time, we will prevent the fall. And there's still time to … Continue reading Prayer Can Delay Judgment!
There are many contentious issues debated in our world today that seem to divide even the Christians. Many believers will voice their opinion in secret or amongst themselves, but they won’t take a public stand for what is right. They don’t realize that they are part of the problem when they just let things happen and … Continue reading There’s Sorrow in Doing Nothing
It seems that lately the news is filled with horrendous crime stories and the detailed exploits of serial killers, and they remind us just how far humanity has drifted from God. Some of these crimes are so heinous that our stomachs churn just thinking about them. But when the offender is caught and justice is served, even Christians … Continue reading Hate the sin…hate the sinner?
We’re all guilty of it. We’ve all taken on the role of God some time in our lives and judged someone on things we’ve heard without really knowing all the facts. We have our own prefabbed ideas of the way things should be based on someone else’s successes, and we integrate them into our own … Continue reading Guilty as judged