Secular humanism theorizes that our universe is a lifeless anomaly. The worldview taught by people in authority today essentially denies that mankind has any spiritual value. It presupposes our existence is by pure chance, having no eternal significance whatsoever. We are the product of material happenstance and cosmic coincidence, according to modern “scientists”. We are … Continue reading Taking a Fresh Look at God’s Living Universe
Stephen is remembered by Christians as a bold preacher of the gospel of Christ, and one of the earliest martyrs of the faith. His blistering message to the Jewish Sanhedrin, delivered on the last day of his life, sums up the history of Israel with an emphasis on her pattern of stubborn rejection of God. … Continue reading Seven Rejections of the Kingdom
Everywhere we look, we see corruption and catastrophes of various kinds. There have always been disasters, but the conditions of our world have never been this pronounced. The spiritual ignorance and depravity of mankind is more prominent than ever before. A colossal shift is taking place, both in human activity and in nature. Media and … Continue reading Blindness on the Precipice of God’s Wrath (Part 2 of 2)
Like the toxic flu vaccine, which causes many new cases of the flu and thousands of deaths every year, the COVID-19 vaccine will also contain formaldehyde, aluminum, thimerosal (a mercury containing compound), and other neurotoxins. For the sake of the health and well-being of the Body of Christ, it is imperative that we refuse the … Continue reading Every Christian Must Refuse the Toxic Coronavirus Vaccine!
With great interest, I have been following the latest developments surrounding the Qanon movement. Admittedly, I have not been reading the “Q drops” from the very beginning, but I have a number of friends who have. They are brethren in Christ who research and study the meaning of every “Q proof”, tying each prediction together … Continue reading On the Verge of the Great Awakening or the Great Deception?
Charles Spurgeon once commented, “Trials teach us what we are; they dig up the soil and let us see what we are made of.” The Prince of Preacher’s observation is spot on. Tough times fall on Christians, especially those who serve in the ministry. Be that as it may, when God withholds certain things from … Continue reading Answers to Adversity in Isaiah 30
I am sure that most of us have sung, “Wonderful Words of Life”. It happens to be one of my favorite hymns from our hymnbook. For me, one especially memorable lyric goes, “Christ the blessed One gives to all”. Though this is said concerning Christ’s blessing of truth to the hearts of believers, the affirmation … Continue reading Christ the Blessed One Gives to All
If you are anything like me, you have always had a mental picture of angels floating around in the sky or suddenly emerging from a "spiritual realm" in order to rescue or provide aid in time of need. This image is not far from what we read about in Scripture, but neither is it exactly … Continue reading When God Sends His Angels, Where Do They Come From?
How do we measure time? Don’t we do it in seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, years, and so on? Who determines how we spend the time we have been given? And why do we cling so tightly to time as benchmarks in our lives? No matter what we do in our daily lives, how or … Continue reading To Everything, A Season
(The following two-part series was originally printed in the Pine Prairie Church of Christ bulletin in three parts. It has been condensed into two parts with the second installment to be published in the October issue of KPG.) Running with your eyes closed is never advisable, but it is especially dangerous near the edge of … Continue reading Blindness on the Precipice of God’s Wrath (Part 1 of 2)