The book of Revelation begins with a series of letters from Jesus to seven churches that lined the main Roman road. The believers in these churches were suffering persecution for their faith and each one faced their own challenges. When we read these letters, we see glimpses of our churches today as well as struggles … Continue reading It is the love of Jesus that beckons the lost
Having lost all sensitivity, they have given themselves over to sensuality so as to indulge in every kind of impurity, with a continual lust for more. Ephesians 4:19 Nothing is a big deal anymore. Desensitization is a concept I've shared with my children many times over the years. When they would try to convince me … Continue reading Desensitized
As I see the full extent to which mockers and scoffers are denying God through ignoring his laws and attacking his people, I wonder if any if them have stopped to consider what will happen if they're wrong. What if all the things Bible believing Christians are saying are true? What if obliterating truth and … Continue reading What If We’re Right
Every day we see more and more the accelerated decay of values and the massive shift towards moral relativism. As Christians it is hard to know what we should be doing as individuals. God has gifted each of us differently with special passions and talents he wants us to use for his glory, and we … Continue reading Pray For The Lost
Each day when I read the news, the world is looking more and more evil. I won't even bother listing all the awful and immoral things happening today. The lack of God-fearing repentance is growing and growing. Surely there has been evil in the world since mankind first sinned, but it is getting worse. And … Continue reading Where is this world headed?
Immoral messages and images abound in the world today. Not even the "family hour" of evening T.V. is safe anymore. To even imagine how much worse it could get is scary. The "slippery slope" of blurred boundaries suddenly became a "black diamond" hill that we're careening down ... not sure how to stop. To think … Continue reading Good things in…good things out