Monthly Archives: April 2020

Terror to Triumph – Part 14

CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY continued   “It is not a question of learning a thing outside, but of determination inside.” Oswald Sanders   I spoke in a church on John 4:34 where Jesus mentioned to His disciples that His food was to do the will of the Father. I brought out that one of… Read more »

Terror to Triumph – Part 13

CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY continued   “A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold.” (Proverbs 22:1) A good name and character go together.   When we see in our culture here in the West the surging moral relativism as well as our eroding value… Read more »

Capitol Punishment – The Death Penalty

Last night Mike and I watched the true story movie: JUST MERCY. Synopsis written by Gregg Brilliant:   A powerful and thought-provoking true-story, “Just Mercy” follows young lawyer Bryan Stevenson (Jordan) and his history-making battle for justice. After graduating from Harvard, Bryan might have had his pick of lucrative jobs. Instead, he heads to Alabama… Read more »

Coronavirus – Life Changes & Questions

Questions that I have been thinking about while being advised to stay at home:   1. Do we go to church or are we the church? 2. Do we know how to live off the land, or do we know how to live out of a grocery store? 3. Government has the answers or are… Read more »

Terror to Triumph – Part 12

CHALLENGES OF THE 21ST CENTURY – continued   When we think of character we must think about COMMITMENT.   When I look at the evangelical scene today I see a great lack of commitment. When I look at the lack of laborers out on the field especially in the difficult areas of the world with… Read more »

Change Requires Adjustments

The times we are living has caused our daily routine to be changed. It is the same with the church, and I would like to ask some questions for those who attend a church. When you read the Bible, you see what the future is for those who follow Jesus; it brings persecution, confiscation of… Read more »

The Pure in Heart

This morning reading God’s Word, I came to 8 words said by Jesus to a woman. Simon, a religious leader, had invited Jesus to have dinner with him and some other guests. A woman who led a sinful life came to see Jesus there. She brought an alabaster jar of perfume to pour on the… Read more »

The Bride Has Made Herself Ready

One of the Lord’s watchmen/prophets recently said, “It’s time to prepare the Bride of Christ.” What does THAT mean? I asked Mike his opinion and he began to relate to the weddings our daughters had. The soon to be bride gets herself in shape for her gown. She sends out invitations to loved ones. She… Read more »

What is Passover?

As I consider this week and how people in America celebrate this time of year, and can’t now in the ways they have, I’m wondering what God has in mind.   Easter as the world celebrates it, is a ‘pagan holiday,’ and is why I choose to call this time of the year “The Passover… Read more »

Wisdom from God’s Word on Diseases

The media today shouts out to POTUS, “Let us here from scientists on how we should handle this pandemic.” Science as defined: is the intellectual and practical activity encompassing the systematic study of the structure and behavior of the physical and natural world THROUGH OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENT, and will always prove the Bible.   Example… Read more »