The Believer’s Badge

The Apostle Peter echoed King Solomon’s words “…love covereth all sins” (Proverbs 10:12) when he said in his first New Testament epistle “And above all things have fervent charity (love) among yourselves:  for charity shall cover the multitude of sins.” (I Peter 4:8) What a world of difference that would make were it to be theContinue reading “The Believer’s Badge”

On Using the Ordinary to do the Extraordinary

It was a rod in Moses’ hand that God told the prophet to cast onto the ground, and an ordinary rod became a serpent.  That same rod was lifted up in Moses’ hand over the Red Sea to call the waters to stand at attention while two million Israelites marched through the sea on dry ground.Continue reading “On Using the Ordinary to do the Extraordinary”

Racial Unrest in America?

After mankind’s futile attempt at a one-world government and a world-wide rallying post known as the Tower of Babel (Genesis 11), God judged the then known world’s humanistic, godless attempt to create a man-made religion by scattering their peoples to the four-winds and by confounding their languages.  From the three sons of Noah, following the universalContinue reading “Racial Unrest in America?”

How to Handle Hurt

So, you are an ardent believer in Christ Jesus as Lord and an earnest follower of His, reading and heeding His words.  You are, therefore, immune from being hurt; that is mental, emotional or spiritual suffering because of how some other person, even another believer, wronged you either intentionally or unintentionally, through ignorance or through ingenuity.  Right?  Wrong!Continue reading “How to Handle Hurt”

America, Idolatry and Covid-19

Written in Latin and signed in 1215, the English Magna Carta was a document specifying the relationship between the governed and the governing in mid-evil English history and became a crucial document in the history of that nation and in time our own.  In a similar fashion, three months after the nation of Israel left EgyptContinue reading “America, Idolatry and Covid-19”

The Unpardonable Sin and the Sin unto Death

No one in their right mind should want to commit the “Unpardonable Sin.”  Jesus identified that sin in Matthew 12 when the Pharisees, the leaders of Israel, accused Him of casting out devils by the power of Beelzebub, the prince of devils. (Matt. 12:24)   Jesus reasoned in response to their unbelief that Satan would be divided againstContinue reading “The Unpardonable Sin and the Sin unto Death”