Lessons From The Sin Of Achan

Here we find the nation of Israel, who’s led by Joshua, has just seized the city Jericho by God’s miraculous providence. Marching around the city seven times with a shout the walls turned into dust before the Israelites and all the spoils of war that goes along with it. Victory would soon be turned into…

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Religion And The Gospel

Christianity teaches us that our problem is sin. It has a strong vice-grip on the believer that tries to entrap every situation for the purpose of spiritual demise. With this in mind, there has to be a solution, a way of escape to aid us in our road less traveled. Two answers can be found…

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Dealing With Doubting Friends

When faced with the realities of doubt, the Christian believer has his or her work cut out for them. The humanistic worldview way of thinking has suppressed the mindset and dumbed down societies approach to engaging in the individual’s faith. All around us are missed opportunities to practice our belief and ask for anything in…

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Can You Forgive a Murderer?

In light of recent events, I’m brought again to my knees, questioning my own faith walk when it comes to the forgiveness of others. Surely we as believers have been given the spiritual stomach to accept certain wrongdoings but to what degree? How far will we go to forgive someone? Before we look into scripture,…

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I Am The Resurrection And The Life!

What a wonderful truth! Today our calendars read Easter Sunday but I’m more prone to calling it Resurrection Sunday in celebration of the risen Lord. I am the resurrection and the life! Every fiber of my being waiting with anticipation of meeting the son of man who looked death in the face and smiled. The promise…

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The Promise Of Paradise

But the other rebuked him, saying, “Do you not fear God, since you are under the same sentence of condemnation? And we indeed justly, for we are receiving the due reward of our deeds; but this man has done nothing wrong.” And he said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.” And he…

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Book Review: “The Reason for God” by Tim Keller

One of the many arguments todays Christian apologist face is on the existence of a supernatural being, who is not only active in the world, but has authority and dominion over all. The skeptic person has increasing doubt when faced with the biblical truths found in scripture which will reveal the inner parts and exposes sin to…

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The Gospel of Love

Now before the Feast of the Passover, when Jesus knew that his hour had come to depart out of this world to the Father, having loved his own who were in the world, he loved them to the end. – John 13:1 As I ponder during this Holy week the depths of Christ love, I…

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Jesus Is In The Building

It’s that time of year again were every professing and non-professing individual comes to church in order to fulfill their yearly obligation of church attendance. A time to celebrate the last week of Jesus’ life on earth but first we need to take a look at a few prominent key points in this text. Matt…

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Walking In The Desert

The title speaks for itself. It’s been 5 years since my last blog post and the time has surely been one to reminisce and soon to forget. The everyday busyness of life sometimes takes control like a steering wheel turning left and right. Although during this hiatus, I’ve had the opportunity to reflect and ponder…

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A House Divided

On June 16, 1858, Abraham Lincoln, in Springfield Illinois accepted the nomination for United States senator and gave one of the most remembered speeches of his life. This was at a time were the country was divided on the issue of slavery. Some proponents of slavery saw a necessity to still have slave states as…

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