The Sins Of A Nation

"I quit my job today." "What happened?" "My boss is a jerk! He got mad at something and went on a tyraide! He just started yelling and screaming. No one is going to talk to me that way!" "Was he right?" "What?" "Was he right? He sholdn't of been throwing a tantrum, but regardless of … Continue reading The Sins Of A Nation

Unanswered Prayer

I have friends that believe God will answer any prayer of faith asked of Him in the affirmative. My initial response to that is, "Take a look at the graveyard." How many people in those tombs died while someone was praying for their healing? Our Christian terminology also plays a role in how we look … Continue reading Unanswered Prayer

A Person Of Faith

Everyone is a person of faith. Feathers will ruffle from that statement, and for different reasons. Some will say, "Not everyone is a believer in God!" Others, "I am not religious" or, "I don't believe in God, I am an athiest." Everyone believes or places their trust in something. This fact makes everyone a person … Continue reading A Person Of Faith

Our Own Eyes

Everyone tends to see life through their own eyes.  When a baby is born in America, many hospitals, usually though nonprofit organizations, send the baby home with a "care package" of diapers, baby oil, wipes, and the like. Some even provide expensive items like car seats. In Israel, all newborn babies are sent home with … Continue reading Our Own Eyes

There Is Nothing

Elijah, the great prophet of the Old Testament, is an unknown when he comes on the scene.  The first time we read of him, he tells king Ahab that it will not rain unless he (Elijah) says so (1 Kings 17:1). The Bible does not speak of Ahab's reaction. I reckon that is because Ahab … Continue reading There Is Nothing

God Is The Weatherman

"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth."  I am sure you recognize Genesis 1:1, the very first verse of the Bible.  The phrase, "And God said..." is repeated throughout the chapter. By the end of the chapter, the creation of the universe is complete. God gazed at his creation and was satisfied, … Continue reading God Is The Weatherman

America In Scripture

Over the years, people have tried to place America in the end-time events of Scripture. It is difficult for many to accept that a nation as powerful as the United States is not a prominent player in the last days; therefore, it must be there.  The reason for the first paragraph is when people see … Continue reading America In Scripture

A Volcano Is Fixing To Erupt

The other day on social media, I saw a post that contained several pictures of well-known people with liberal views. The group of photos of people included pictures of a famous fast-food hamburger and another image of an order of fast-food french fries. Every photo had a corresponding letter. Above the picture, it read, "The … Continue reading A Volcano Is Fixing To Erupt

Men, Women, Love And Marriage

By the time you read this, my wife and I will celebrate our forty-second anniversary. When we meet someone we have never met before and the fact that we have been married over forty years comes up, the usual response is amazement. "Wow!" is normally the first word we hear. It is incredible to me … Continue reading Men, Women, Love And Marriage

The Falling Away

Before the second coming of Christ, the Bible is clear there will be a "falling away" (2 Thessalonians 2:3). Many Christians believe there will come a massive revival before the rapture, but the Scripture does not back up that belief. The verse most often cited for the "revival before the rapture" thought is Matthew 24:14. "And … Continue reading The Falling Away