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I recently ministered in a wonderful Church out in Greenville, Tn. On the flight home I sat next to an Orthodox Catholic Priest. He was a very nice and down to earth man. I enjoyed our hour long conversations on the flight from Tn to PA. Although I enjoyed my talk with him, I also was very disturbed by a lot of the beliefs he had when it came to God, salvation and the church.

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The way we view our life, the perspectives we have in life will determine the amount of joy, fulfillment and success we have in life. A good analogy is that of looking at a cup filled half way. Some people will look and see the cup and say it’s half empty. Others will see the cup and say it’s half full. The idea of the analogy is do we focus on the positive things in life or do we always focus and see the negative things in life? I am here to tell you why, if you are a follower of Christ, you shouldn’t view your life as half full or half empty.

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In the book of Galatians, chapter 5, Paul said “you have fallen from grace.” If I were to fall from the top of the stairs, I would have to first be on top of the stairs in order to fall from them. If I was never on top in the first place, I wouldn’t fall, I would just stay where I was before at the bottom. There is such a thing as falling from grace and it is very possible for any believer to quite easily fall from it. Here is what Paul meant by falling from grace.

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There are so many great Christmas songs out there! I like them all, religious and ones about Santa Clause. The ones that talk about Jesus are a whole more meaningful though, since He is the reason we have Christmas in the first place.

I live by the rule that after Thansgiving, up until the new year, Christmas music can and should be played! One solid month is just about right for me.

Hark the Herald Angels is one of my favorite Christmas songs. There is a very interesting background to this classic song.  Continue Reading…

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What role does confession have in receiving the promises of God?

Is it true that our words create our reality? Do they really carry that much power?

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If you are a Christian, you probably know about the great commission by now. It is where Jesus tells all of His followers to go into the world and preach the gospel. He says in Matthew 28 “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”

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Him Who Justifies the Ungodly

But to one who, not working [by the Law], trusts (believes fully) in Him Who justifies the ungodly, his faith is credited to him as righteousness (the standing acceptable to God). (Romans 4:5 AMP)

Have we ever thought of a title for God as, “Him who justifies the ungodly”? How can it be that God justifies the ungodly? Just incase you are not familiar with these terms, let’s define them.  Continue Reading…

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Jesus Isn’t Enough

September 20, 2014 — Leave a comment

Jesus Isn't Enough

For a lot of ministers in our day, Jesus just isn’t enough. It all becomes clear when they give an evangelistic appeal to those who are lost. Jesus is simply not enough, so they must come up with all kinds of other unbiblical things to entice sinners or unbelievers to come and accept Christ to supposedly be saved and go to Heaven. This sickens me to my core.  Continue Reading…

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January to June, lost 34 pounds!

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Does God Kill People?

July 7, 2014 — 1 Comment

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Do You Really Want a God who is Just and Fair?

The Justice of God presents a huge problem for most people. What happens with a lot of Christian preachers is that they only ever talk about the things that will make them popular, sell books or make people happy. What has happened in the 21st century is that we have taken parts of God and focused on them so much, that we have almost totally forsaken the other attributes of God. We will say God is love. And we will stick to love and then anything that doesn’t look like what we think God’s love is like we either will not talk about or say its false all together.  Continue Reading…

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