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The point is not what you think about the title, but how often you’ve asked yourself or God this very question. I recently began reading a book with this title that is written by pastor, counselor and author Ramon Presson. His … Continue reading
Division has occurred exponentially over time within the Body of Christ for a variety of reasons. Some of it has to do with people wanting to follow one type of minister or leader over another. Other times it has to … Continue reading
While I was out on lunch break a few years ago I saw five transport vans going down the street one behind the other and they each were identical with bold, colorful designs and writing on them stating that Judgment Day … Continue reading
I often wonder how radically different our views about what the Christian life should look like would be if we looked through the lens of historic Christianity instead of modern-day Christianity–especially in America. Jeremiah 6:16 says, “Thus says the Lord, ‘Stand in the ways, … Continue reading
Much conversation has occurred within the church recently about the increasing number of people who believe that hell is not real. I’ve actually known a couple of people in the past, who were professing Christians and who were perhaps sincere, … Continue reading
A title like this gets those who don’t like you to think that it’s about time you came clean, and it gets those who do like you to think that perhaps you only have one problem. Well, I hope there … Continue reading
In hindsight it’s easy to point out the flaws of the Pharisees. The religious rulers and scribes in Christ’s day were steeped in the Old Testament scriptures. Paul points out in Acts 13:27 that every Sabbath day the words of … Continue reading
The more I read the bible the more I realize how little I really know. We see and hear so much that is ascribed to the bible in America—if we want to. On the one hand it is a great … Continue reading
When it comes to devotional reading, a Christian is often unwittingly bound by the books of his or her current day and his or her current denominational sect within the church. This occurs for two reasons: 1) All one hears … Continue reading