Years ago when I first became a believer in Jesus, I remember my mama, a Residential School survivor, screaming at me, calling me a traitor, and asking me why I chose a religion that hurt my people. The fact is, I didn’t choose a religion . . . I chose a way of life that healed my spirit. The religion I can do without, but I can’t do without Jesus.
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Biblical passages that show we are living in what Jesus called “the end”.
This article by Rick Becker is very spot-on. I highly agree with him: Sean Feucht – Feelings, Whispers & Omens October 20, 2020 Rick Becker & Blog By Rick Becker 20 October 2020 Here is Becker’s Introduction ONLY: “The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a movement that denies the sufficiency of scripture. It comes […]
“When winds are raging o’er the upper ocean,
And billows wild contend with angry roar,
‘Tis said, far down beneath the wild commotion,
That peaceful stillness reigneth evermore.”
Many Christians are satisfied if they are doing something —others wish to feel sure that they are doing much; but few admit the obligation, or make serious efforts, to do all they can.
*Pic is of False Teachers: Feucht, Eric Johnson, Bill Johnson *en español aquí This article is by Rick Becker Original article posted here on June 11, 2020 by Rick Becker on his site, Famine In The Land. – RE-Posted with permission on OhMyGodJesus.com, and in Spanish on DiosMioJesús.com, with editing added for ease of reading. […]
By Dr. Jim Denison – At https://www.denisonforum.org/ Dr. Denison guides readers to discern today’s news—biblically. A five-fold strategy for changing culture Posted July 17, 2020 Source: https://www.denisonforum.org/columns/daily-article/why-bari-weiss-resignation-from-the-new-york-times-matters-to-evangelicals-and-to-american-culture/ Evangelical Christians are not the only losers here. If we delegate cultural authority to an “enlightened few” who reject biblical morality, the culture is the loser. People deserve […]
Source: JD Farag: The Great Reset – Controlled Demolition for a New World on HarbingersDaily.com The ABCs of Salvation: The A is for: Admit or acknowledge that you’ve sinned, that you need the Savior. Romans 3:10 says, “There is no one righteous, not even one.” Romans 3:23 tells us why. It’s because “All have sinned […]
…learn more about the troubled end times of Earth, coming soon according to biblical warnings Source: Words of Life Ministries Study 7 THE GREAT TRIBULATION Excerpt: “In the Bible we read of a period of unexampled warfare, distress and suffering which is to break upon this troubled world. It is called “The Great Tribulation” (Matthew […]
This post is a direct quote of a “Comment” in a FoxNews article: At Passion 2019, students raise $400G to translate Bible for deaf people across world, published 1/5/2019. Source: https://www.foxnews.com/us/passion-2019-students-raise-over-400k-to-share-gospel-with-160000-unreached-people-in-16-countries. Author of FoxNews article: Caleb Parke, associate editor for FoxNews.com. You can follow him on Twitter @calebparke. Commenter: @upnup. Format (not the words) edited by […]
Islam and Christianity The Koran vs. The Bible by Diane Dew A Comparison of the Christian Scriptures with the Teachings of Muhammad FOR MORE: Nabeel Qureshi: author of the New York Times bestselling No God but One: Allah or Jesus?, and Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus.
By James Martin. Source: http://enewspaper.latimes.com/infinity/article_popover_share.aspx?guid=27e12ea4-99d3-47b5-98e3-1da995de5e5d The minuscule Galilean town in which Joseph and Mary spent their lives and raised their son Jesus was, quite literally, a joke. “Can anything good come from Nazareth?” asked one disciple, when he heard where the Messiah was from. Some scholars posit that this was a popular saying in the […]
Voices of Lee Option: Watch this on YouTube at https://youtu.be/QANH8MWuyaE You surround me with a song of deliverance. Psalms 32:7 I’m no longer a slave to fear. I am a child of God. Romans 8:14-15 From my mother’s womb you have chosen me. Your love has called my name. Isaiah 49:1 You really are an […]
Published on Sep 7, 2016. Main Feature Running Time: 22 minutes From computers to airplanes to life-giving medicines, the technological marvels of our world were made possible by the human use of fire. But the use of fire itself was made possible by an array of features built into the human body and the planet. […]
Patterns of Evidence -2 hour presentation from the site: www.rightnow.org A debate rages over the credibility of the Bible. Most archaeologists today have concluded that there’s no evidence that the Exodus of Israelite slaves from Egypt ever happened. Filmmaker Timothy Mahoney faces a crisis of faith, “Is this foundational event of the Bible really just […]
The Sower and the Seed 18 “Hear then the parable of the sower. 19 When anyone hears the [i]word of the kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and snatches away what has been sown in his heart. This is the one on whom seed was sown beside the road. 20 The one on whom […]
Leaders have AMBITION—a passion for accomplishment and a drive to make a difference. But Christians are called to be HUMBLE. In a cultural and political context where winning, success, and narcissism are all rewarded, how can we balance ambition and humility? How can we achieve and seek excellence while practicing low concern for ourselves? – […]
Return to Study Guide: How to Study the Bible, by Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D. Asbill Download PDF (5 pages) Module 9: NT Genre Studies 2: Epistles and Revelation I. Epistles A. Preliminary Remarks 1. Definition a. Letters from the apostles and other early church leaders to Christian communities and individuals, which are carefully structured, […]
Return to Study Guide: How to Study the Bible, by Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D. Asbill Download PDF (5 pages) Week 8,NT Genre Studies – Gospels and Acts Module 8: NT Genre Studies 1: Gospels and Acts I. Having raced through the Old Testament, it is now time to delve into the rich world of New […]
Return to Study Guide: How to Study the Bible, by Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D. Asbill Download PDF (5 pages) Module 7: OT Genre Studies 2: Wisdom and Prophecy I. Wisdom A. Preliminary Remarks 1. Definition a. “Wisdom is the ability to make godly choices in life.” b. Wisdom is skill in living according to […]
Return to Study Guide: How to Study the Bible, by Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D. Asbill Download PDF (5 pages) Module 6: OT Genre Studies 1: Narrative and Law I. Now that we understand the nature and significance of genres, we can begin to look at specific biblical genres so as to better understand the rules […]
Return to Study Guide: How to Study the Bible, by Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D. Asbill Download PDF (4 pages) Module 5: Genre Studies – An Introduction I. At this point in the class, we have covered roughly half of the course material! At this point, we narrow the hermeneutical lens, and […]
Return to Study Guide: How to Study the Bible, by Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D. Asbill Download PDF (5 pages) Module 4: Tools to Help You Along the Way I. Now that you have a basic understanding both of presuppositions and context, you are fast on your way […]
Return to Study Guide: How to Study the Bible, by Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D. Asbill Download PDF (5 pages) Module 3: Context, Context, Context! I. Having looked at our own presuppositions toward the text, we can now look at the Bible itself, both from a historical standpoint and a literary standpoint. This […]
Every time we come to read a text, we carry a number of presuppositions that in some sense determine what we will get from the text. We thus must discover what some of these presuppositions are.
Study Guide for An Intensive 10 Week Course on How to Study the Bible by: Jeffrey Bruce and Brian D Asbill. See: Author´s Preface Module 01 Hermeneutics – The What and the Why Module 02 Worldviews and the Battle for Meaning Module 03 Context, Context, Context! Module 04 Tools to Help You […]
The Good Fight – J.C. Ryle Let us settle it in our minds that the Christian fight is a good fight – really good, truly good, emphatically good. We see only part of it yet. We see the struggle, but not the reward; we see the cross, but not the crown. We see a few […]
President Theodore Roosevelt wrote this encouraging speech. Apt for today – in all our arenas of life, eh? “It’s not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbled or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually […]
–Acts 17:22-31 AMPLIFIED 22 So Paul, standing in the center of the Areopagus, said: “Men of Athens, I observe [with every turn I make throughout the city] that you are very religious and devout in all respects. 23 Now as I was going along and carefully looking at your objects of worship, I came to an altar […]