Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Can we trust the Bible?

Thursday, November 25, 2010

It Will Cost You Everything

Friday, October 08, 2010


If I believe that the One True God has forgiven me of all my wrongs then why is it so difficult for me to forgive another who has wronged me? This is especially true in matters of the heart, in which I now speak. You see, I tell others that I have been forgiven for all my wrongs, a forgiveness that is unmerited on my part. It is a forgiveness that is completed by perfect mercy, perfect love, and perfect grace. I have wronged God and broken His heart the same way in which my heart has recently been broken. Yet, He forgives me nonetheless and says I will remember your wrongs no more. And yet, I hold onto my anger, hurt and pain and refuse to let go, forgive and forget... I truly am a despicable wretch!

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Thursday, September 09, 2010

9/11 Nine Years Later

So we are almost nine years after the 9/11 attacks on Manhattan and D.C. Are we any safer? What has the "religion of peace" been up to over the last decade? Have they sought out peaceful resolutions to their issues, or have they brought on more bloodshed?

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

God’s Purposes in Difficult Times

Read | Romans 8:28-29

If we could design an ideal life, most of us would skip over times of hardship. But Scripture teaches us that God has purpose in the storms of life.

Cleansing. When problems press in on us, ungodly attitudes and habits tend to surface. Impatient behavior, a quick temper, or reliance on something or someone other than God may become
apparent. In a crisis, the bad habits we had ignored can show up in ways too obvious to overlook. The Holy Spirit will use tough times to smooth away our rough edges and produce the fruit of the Spirit in us (Gal. 5:22-23).

Companionship. When life is good, we may spend less time with the Lord and start taking our relationship with Him for granted. We may even drift off His chosen path. Crises help us see our need for Him as well as our inability to help ourselves. Hard times bring us to our knees in prayer and drive us to seek opportunities for His companionship.

Our heavenly Father’s desire is for us to develop Christ-like character and grow in intimacy with Him. He wants us to experience the richness of His love and wholeheartedly show Him devotion. He will use trials and difficulties to accomplish His good purposes for us.

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Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Monday, May 17, 2010

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Islamic Extremist vs. Christian hypocrites

Isn't it amazing how the world makes excuses for Islam when it comes to extremist, saying that Islam is a peaceful religion and the extremist do not represent the majority of Islam (even though a quick study of the Koran shows the religion's foundation is steeped in violence, in particular toward the infidel, which by the way is anyone that does not submit to Islam). However, when it comes to Christianity the world judges the entire faith by a few hypocrites. Hmmmm... maybe there's something to that.

Saturday, May 08, 2010

Why is it that a devout Hindu is seen as exotic... or a devout Muslim seen as sincere to his/her beliefs but a devout Christian is viewed as crazy?

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