We are all of us created equal; we are all equally obliged to execute God’s program for our existence. As we do so, we are all equally answerable to God.
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Next time the preacher talks about sin, and death, and hell, we’d better listen and turn to the Creator, the source of everything good!
If we say that Jesus was fair, and objective, then He was tolerant, but if we add the word permissive to that idea, then He was not.
This is the simple message of the Gospel: repent from your sins and be refreshed from the Lord – it’s just that easy. It’s not hateful, bigoted or intolerant in any way.
If we are to confront, someone, to contradict their position, we must be ready to debate. To win a debate one must consistently use logic, be factually accurate.
I tried to comfort her, telling her that God wants to hear her prayers and the church was wrong in what it did. I tried to encourage her to look elsewhere.
Up to the point where the individuals of society sin, God allows that nation to go onward, but when they organize and legalize sin, it is then that God keeps His promise.
Yet our children are being taught in school after school, because of the programs and promotion of GLSEN and its co-laborers in depravity, to “respect” sin.
When sin begins to amuse us, we are dangerously close to the edge—“Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil” (Isaiah 5:20).
The most important question is not whom I was born to, nor whom my parents were? Neither is the most important question, what schools did I attend?
The plight of the modern Church and the individual Christian partaking of a downgraded Gospel is that it becomes difficult for them to listen to the call of the Scriptures.
You all are aware of the recent devastating event in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a 20-year-old, hate – possessed man named James Alex Fields
LGBT activists don’t want anybody who has unwanted same sex attraction to have the choice to leave their plantation they deceptively like to call “gay.”
We have the truth written on our hearts, but they have turned black and hard. With stony hearts, we foolishly press on, sowing and reaping without God and without hope.
We pray and ask God to do something, but often forget about our responsibility to obey. We have responsibilities, yet we are totally dependent on God.
Katy Perry, the former Christian artist, the pastor’s daughter from a fundamentalist Christian home now endorses same-sex marriage and is a zealous advocate for LGBTQ Equality.
In a culture where “Fifty Shades Darker” opened on Valentine’s Day weekend to enthusiastic crowds, younger generations are sometimes buying the Shades’ twisted view of romantic love.
We are witnessing the rapid deterioration of a nation before our eyes. We have become one nation “above” God, rather under God. The current uprisings across America confirm this.
Everything — Including the Family — Flows from One’s Social/Moral Worldview (Homosexual Activist Lobbies and the SPLC)
The breakdown of the family from its biological roots, as well as the devaluing of life (babies in the womb) cannot possibly serve as a viable foundation for a prosperous economy.
Today sex-education classes encourage masturbation, plus abortion and homosexuality, to children and teens worldwide.
With nine kids between the two of us, there are plenty of cuts, aches and bruises we tend to throughout..
Writing by the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, King Solomon said, These six things doth the Lord hate; yea, seven..
It doesn’t take a prophet to see that the wicked one is using Miley Cyrus to lead a generation astray…
There is nothing wrong with grieving. The Bible tells us to grieve when appropriate. Even Jesus wept. Patriotism also is not an evil when it exalts high principles that set us apart from the rest of the world.
Biblical truths must always be reaffirmed and re-stated for the simple reason that anti-biblical falsehoods and errors always keep emerging…
Dear Heavenly Father, Creator of Heaven and Earth, today we grieve for a nation divided. The wages of sin is death, and we are a culture of sin and death.
One could conversely surmise that where the Spirit of the Lord is not, there is no freedom.
Where is the Spirit of God in America?
If we could only count how many times our Father in Heaven has forgiven us and our transgressions. How blessed are those who have not been given over to themselves. We were born dead in sins and transgressions.
In Luke 15:11-32, Our Lord tells us the Parable of the Prodigal Son, a story which most of you have..
The battle against sin is a perpetual life and death struggle till the end. We fight the good fight against ungodly desires, propensities and tendencies. We do this not because we are trying to earn something and/or obtain special recognition.