Humility vs Cowardice

Amazing how often some professing follower of Christ will take his place before the cameras of an unbelieving world and cravenly declare Christ is wrong on some subject or other, and that the new poll driven, sin pandering, populist view is right. They say with a straight face, and twisted thinking, that Jesus may have... Continue Reading →


When I suggest to my "progressive", "liberal", "left wing Christian" friends that I wish they would have the same passion for the word of Christ that they have for the words of Darwin, Marx, Freud or the Pope, they get a little hot under the collar. They seem surprised that I would dare suggest that... Continue Reading →

30/30 Challenge: Day 12

Tonight I studied what I think is the most important aspect of the Christian faith: God’s love. All the topics I have gone over prior to this evening were really just Biblical tips on clearin… Source: 30/30 Challenge: Day 12


"For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation." - Romans 10:10, KJV Confession is a good thing because when we tell the truth we let go of burdens and not have to think about hiding our secrets. Lying is a burden because you're trying to cover... Continue Reading →


Prov 17:14 KJV The beginning of strife is as when one letteth out water: therefore leave off contention, before it be meddled with. Too often, people fall into the trap of strife. Someone may say something that rubs you the wrong way, and before you know it, there is tension, quarreling and division. The Bible... Continue Reading →

Where is your trust?

There are many misconceptions and illusions about money. Money can buy some things but not others. It can buy marriage, but it can’t buy love. It can buy four years in college, but it can’t buy an education. Money can hire a doctor, but it can’t make you well. Money can take you almost anywhere... Continue Reading →

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