This morning in my Bible study time I came across some verses that I feel led to share. They goes along with some things I've been thinking on lately. In this one sentence Christianity is described. That is, it describes what Christianity should be like: Ephesians 3:14-19 For this cause I bow my knees unto … Continue reading The Sentence that Sums it up
Why does God let us have problems? I mean really, doesn't the Bible tell us that God is love? How can it be loving to let us have troubles and trials, to go through difficult times in our lives, and He just sit up in heaven and "do nothing"? I have pondered this many times. … Continue reading Why Problems in Life?
For years I have heard various arguments for and against celebrating Christmas. I finally decided to take an objective look at both sides, do my own research, and find out what is truth. I found that there are a number of myths about Christmas being perpetuated by, I presume, people with good intentions. Here are … Continue reading 5 Myths About Christmas
There is a lot of hype going around in conservative Christian circles about issues such as same-sex marriages and trans-gender bathrooms, and in general that Christian America is being destroyed. We are told that we need to help elect Christian leaders into our government so we can outlaw sin. However, "Christian America" never existed, and … Continue reading The Moral Police
Does God really want me to obey earthly governments that are not even close to following Him? Titus 3:1 Put them in mind to be subject to principalities and powers, to obey magistrates, to be ready to every good work, So… I am to be subject to or obey “principalities and powers” – the governments … Continue reading “The Powers That Be”
The Church is divided. On any one verse, doctrine, or command that Christ gave us there are hundreds of different viewpoints on that subject – all from people that say they are Christians and that think they are walking the Christian faith. In his book the “World Christian Encyclopedia”, published in 2001, David Barrett identified … Continue reading Division in the Church – a Tool of the Devil