Monthly Archives: April 2017

Daily Devotional

It is easy to analyze, scrutinize, and talk about all the problems we face today, but we need people with true wisdom and confidence from God to do what is needed to be done. We need those people who seek after God wholeheartedly and who live the life of faith that pleases God to show… Read more »


We have a tendency to think that power and influence go together or that they are identical. Or like some would say, “people of power have influence and people of influence have power.” But is this the case? The answer is no!   One Jewish Rabbi brought it out like this: “Imagine you have total… Read more »


We live in a world of opposing ideas. When I think of the divisions that we have in America we see this coming out. We have the progressives who want social justice and that is their end game, but what does social justice mean to the progressives?   David Horowitz in his book BIG AGENDA says:… Read more »

Can God use a man like Donald Trump?

Can God can use the ungodly to do His godly purpose? Isaiah 45 reveals that He can, and does. King Cyrus was not a Jew, nor a follower of the Lord in any way, yet this is what the Lord said of Cyrus:   “This is what I said to Cyrus, whose right hand I… Read more »

Traps of the Enemy

Mark 12:14 “They came to him and said, ‘Teacher, we know that you are a man of integrity. You aren’t swayed by others, because you pay no attention to who they are; but you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth. Is it right to pay the imperial tax to Caesar or… Read more »


The “division in the church” today that is so grievous is because GODLY wisdom is lacking today in the church. You have those who stand on the truth alone. You have those who stand on love alone. But Jesus is both truth and love. He said, “I AM the Truth, the Way and the Life.”… Read more »

Mighty Faith

Mark 6:5-6 “He could not do any miracles there, except lay his hands on a few sick people and heal them. And he was amazed at their lack of faith.”   In the gospels on a number of occasions we see Jesus rebuking His disciples for a lack of faith. It does not mean that… Read more »

The Principle of Preparing

For the Church to see “the rapture” as the finish line of our faith is to be like a near-sighted runner in a race that stops 10 yards short of the finish line. (See Mike’s detailed teaching about this on our “Prepare” page of our website)   The generation of the faithful in Christ that… Read more »