COVID-19 has been terrible. But it has, at least, given us time to slow down and think.
Learning to give instead of holding onto our worldly treasures can be difficult. Mike addresses this topic in this poem.
Following are some thoughts on restitution. Should Christians pay restitution? How much is the right amount? What if I someone can’t possibly figure out who they’ve wronged or how much they owe?
Random thoughts can pop into your mind. And often those thoughts are negative.
You’re no good. You’re ugly. You’re condemned. God doesn’t love you.
But thoughts are often deceptive. Our thoughts can be deceptions from Satan. We must learn theological truth in order to combat thoughts that may lead us astray.
There is a reason Satan is called the accuser of the brethren. He wants us to be confused. He wants us to be scared. He wants us to doubt our faith.
Justin was looking at some time. Prison time, that is. Three to five years. But he prayed, and God listened.
Someone asked how we know the Dead Sea Scrolls are real. Maybe they were placed in that cave by someone trying to trick us!
I love that Kathy sent us this testimony of God’s grace and lovingkindness. It’s not long, it’s not crazy, but it’s such a God-thing. He loves us.
Remember, if you haven’t sent us YOUR testimony (of how you were saved or of a way God worked in your life), we want it!
This is an interesting study, because after the Spirit of God came on Saul and after he was given a different heart and was a different person, he still disobeyed God in significant ways. Disobedience was bound up in Saul and not even the Spirit’s presence was enough encouragement to lead him to obey. God makes it very clear; God’s rejection of Saul was because Saul had rejected the word of the LORD (1 Samuel 15:23). The Spirit of God will not dwell in a disobedient heart.
Read the full article below.
Nicholas has gone through a long and heartbreaking journey with his wife as cancer ravaged her body.
She recently passed but Nicholas is pressing on, as we all must do when tragedy strikes.
God is using Nicholas mightily to spread His truth as he deals with the loss of his wife. Many would blame God or lose hope. But Nicholas continues to place his trust and faith in God and is a bright light in a very dark place.
Here is Nicholas’ first poem posted on our website. Enjoy. I’ll be posting more poetry from Nicholas soon.