Remember the days when two people could have different opinions and still get along? Now it seems if someone yields a different opinion, the labels of racist, sexist, or some other sort of “ist,” begin to fly. We are a nation divided. In this year of the virus, opinions range from a massive government … Continue reading When Should The Lockdown End? Is That The Question?
"How can a loving God send someone to hell?" "If God loves us, how can He allow things like this to happen?" "A God that would send someone to hell is not a God I want to follow." Over the years, if God had given me a dollar every time I heard these or similar … Continue reading How Does God’s Love and Justice Coexist?
For the past three decades or so, I cannot help but think of the United States when I read the book of Jeremiah. When Jeremiah begins, sin had engulfed Israel for decades. God anoints the prophet Jeremiah with the message of impending doom if Israel does not repent. Early in the book, God gives Israel … Continue reading Jeremiah and the United States
On a chilly Sunday morning nearly two thousand years ago, a group of women set out before sunrise to a tomb. They carried with them spices commonly used for embalming. Their leader, their friend, was murdered three days prior. Because of the religious holiday, He was buried quickly without the usual preparation of the body. … Continue reading AN EASTER LIKE NO OTHER
The last two weeks I've written about the signs of Christ's return going on around the world. Worldwide pestilence, earthquakes in divers place, wars and rumors wars, massive locust swarms in Africa, and the list continues. Through various forms of correspondence, I have received the following questions, "Is this the end of the world?" "Is … Continue reading The World of Antichrist