A collection of 25 posts
Ezekiel 13 (NHEB)
As we enter into the Easter season, remember, Jesus wasn't born, crucified, and resurrected for us to chow down on chocolate crosses. God Bless.
Denominations happen when we can't handle the truth.
Christians should live their lives Biblically, not based on worldly philosophies.
How your church interacts with the 4th of July will show to what extent they are following the gospel of Christian Nationalism.
Just watch this video.
The anti-Christ gospel of Christian Nationalism is subverting the true Gospel of Jesus Christ and drawing Christians away from the Will of God.
If we are too busy fighting to protect the Bible and Christianity from the world, and miss doing what the Book says and living how Jesus lived, the enemy has already won.
If you want to please God; just help those who need it, and let your life show that there's something different about you. Everything else is worldly 'religion'.
Jesus is coming back for His spotless Bride, the Church. He isn't coming for a spotless America.
Living in the truth and being conscious of it will give us the strength to practice self-control.
A call to be good in a world that seems to have left goodness behind.
Examining the worldly misconceptions and interwoven nature of kindness and gentleness.
A small glimpse into how Jesus demonstrated patience and what we can learn from His example.
Christians must be the first to obey and set an example for the Glory of God. Anything else and you incur God's wrath.
Focusing on joy as a choice, a motivation, and a reward.
The cross is the epitome of love, peace, and faithfulness in the life of Jesus.
Evan's wife, Cara, hops on to share her perspective on the Fruit of the Spirit.
I hope that after reading this article you will be able to make an informed decision of who, what and how you want to show your support to children in need.
The Church is called to follow Christ and show His love, not to throw stones or, on the opposite end, condone sin.
Two sides of the same coin, both believing the lie of a half truth.
Nothing will change, no matter how much you say you want it to, if your struggle remains a crucial part of your identity.
Our faith must be placed in God, not government, for our Saviour is Jesus, not a system of man.
Love, not politics, is how we see society change on the scale that Jesus was able to change it.
Countless arguments would be simplified if Christians took a moment to figure out what Jesus would do instead of being concerned what they would do.