Intolerant Or Correct?

My dad would only own a Chevy. My father-in-law retired from the Ford Motor company. He would only drive a Ford. A Honda and a Kia are currently in my driveway despite their opinions. I learned a lot from these men. Both gave me advice, and it was usually correct. Often their opinions were the … Continue reading Intolerant Or Correct?

The Probable Sequence of Events.

Often people will grab a current event and claim it is something from the book of Revelation. Anything in Revelation from chapter four on is, at this present time, still future. Therefore, when someone claims that a current event is Revelation (choose chapter and verse), well, unless we just went through Revelation 4:1-2, it is … Continue reading The Probable Sequence of Events.

The Temple, The Ukraine, And 2022

"But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. Take ye heed, watch and pray: for ye know not when the time is. For the Son of man is as a man taking a far journey, who left his house, and gave authority to his … Continue reading The Temple, The Ukraine, And 2022

Why Christmas?

Have you ever been around one of those children that are constantly asking, "Why?" "Why is the sky blue?" "Why are some people mean?" "Why don't snails have legs?" "Why can't I eat ice cream before dinner?" Everyone knows the kid I am talking about. I was one of those children. We are in the … Continue reading Why Christmas?

The Importance of a Virgin

Merry Christmas, Everyone! Yeah, I know it is still early December, but we should have Christmas cheer all year long. A few years back, we had a family of children visit our church. It was early December. The kids were starting to work on the Christmas play during Sunday School. The Christmas play was the … Continue reading The Importance of a Virgin

Living The Fool’s Life

Sixty-nine verses in the King James Bible include the word "fool." The most well-known would probably be Psalm 14:1 and Psalm 53:1; both tell us, "The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God." The book of Proverbs contains more than half of the "fool" verses. It is interesting how Proverbs, a book … Continue reading Living The Fool’s Life

Giving Thanks

"In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you." - 1 Thessalonians 5:18. The Thanksgiving edition of this column is usually an attempt to have people see that Thanksgiving had changed from a day of thankfulness to God to "Turkey Day" surrounded by materialism. Hopefully, this would … Continue reading Giving Thanks

In The Meantime

For roughly two thousand years, Christians have looked to the skies for the return of Jesus Christ. We started looking the moment Christ ascended into heaven. At the ascension, an angel said to those present, "Ye men of Galilee, why stand ye gazing up into heaven? This same Jesus, which is taken up from you … Continue reading In The Meantime

If My People…

In last week's column, we compared the choices of punishment David was offered by God and current events.  David was offered the choice between famine, military defeat, and pestilence (disease). In the here and now, a pandemic has spread worldwide for nearly two years, and America recently suffered military embarrassment in Afghanistan. The only thing … Continue reading If My People…

Is God Judging America?

In 1 Chronicles 21, God punishes David for taking a census. On the surface, taking a census seems innocent enough, but David's actions involved more than simply numbering the people. Let us look at the underlying things in the story. God did not tell David to conduct a census. David did not even ask if … Continue reading Is God Judging America?