Playing Church Are you playing church with God, like fun-filled children play house? If you want to mess with God, just go ahead and participate in the sacrament of communion – without attention to your current relationship with Jesus. Taking Communion God notices when we dare to celebrate His most holy death – yet stand […]
Children, even the unborn ones – have a right to live. You think?
American unborn babies do not have civil rights under Roe. What’s with that?!
I am a child of the King – not the sum of all my sins.
About believing with confidence, “with a sense of longing and eager expectancy” in the midst of a world going mad.
I live to be faithful and true daily, so I am ready when Jesus returns. How about you? Are you faithful and true to Jesus?
I am absolutely thrilled by this rollercoaster end times ride. How are you coping?
Christ is coming back – and all biblical indications shout-out: He is coming soon! He promised He would return. So… what happens, specifically, in that breakout moment when Christ returns?
What is the difference – “denying Christ” versus “being faithless”?
How is your soul doing? You yourself can enrich your soul as you walk your day close to God — through all your experiences. Each day you input there, into your soul.
How eerie to read headline news and realize they are predictions made centuries ago in the Bible. This passage in 2 Timothy 3:1-14 lists the increasing evils in the perilous times that we can so clearly see coming to pass in our times. It is only the hope we have within us that will keep us strong.
I must admit – I battle piccadilly attitudes and unguarded moments, most every day. Get that yourself? I tend to think of “love” as my choice. But Christian agape love is a constant – with all peoples. I must guard my soul from fickle piccadillies (where I bend and accept tiny “small sins).
My needy, needy soul needs to stay close to Creator God who formed me. We all do, wouldn’t you agree? God our Maker is still very involved in His creation, still. He desires to be intimately involved.
Some day soon, whether through my death, or via the Rapture, “time will be no more” for me. Time will cease for me in that moment. I’m ready for that. How about you? No doubt about it! I’m assured by the Lord that there is no question about this: I’ll be there. God already gave me eternal life. I have it now!
So what’s it going to be today? Anger, sadness, loneliness, depression, despair? Or will you be “full-up”… filled up with “hope and confident assurance” (1 Peter 3:15)?
We all have a sin problem. Some have dealt with it with God. Others have dealt with it by their own thinking and rationalizations. What have you done with your sin problem?
If we genuinely have this hope within us, we will be actively cooperating with the Spirit of God to become purified. You that?
Social justice comes from the heart – to others. How’s that streaming from you?
Smile. It affects others.
There is another hint about the Rapture. It’s in 2 Thessalonians 2:7-8. There is a timeline for the End Times events. No actual date however!
I fear no evil because “Even though I walk through the [sunless] valley of the shadow of death [a valley of deep darkness]… You are with me; Your rod [to protect] and Your staff [to guide], they comfort and console me. – Psalm 23:4
I belong to Jesus. How ’bout you? What kind of commitment did YOU make to Jesus?
Ever wonder just how much God and His angels watch over you. Well, the Bible says Jesus watches over you very carefully.
One of the better stories I have read in a long time – touring Tewksbury Institute.
Better times are coming soon… when Jesus returns. But oh how I remember those romantic dreamy days back in the 60s and 7os when I was young.
The other day a man walked through the door of a bar in the countryside. I could see where his heart was, deep inside him, because a well-beaten path led back to his own door. His heart was bare open, plain to see. Our hearts are laid bare open by …the evidences smeared all over the course of our life.
What extreme joy and exhilaration we will have – when we physically unite together in the heavens with Jesus.
I’ve got that joy. Do “you greatly rejoice”, and “delight with inexpressible and glorious joy”? You can. But “you must be born again” (Jesus said).
“Rain falls on the just and the unjust alike.” God is like that with us.
What epistle are you “writing” with your life – this moment, this day, this month… as you march to your ending moment? We all, followers of Jesus, have been commissioned as Ambassadors to represent Jesus on earth. How is that going for you?