Hello my fellow bloggers. I hope everyone has found their way back to some kind of normalcy. Last month, for the first time since the pandemic began my husband and I finally decided to eat out. We chose Cracker Barrell. After a year of no eating out. It was nice. I have to admit, it … Continue reading God is always up to something…
A mega pastor posted this on Twitter. God help us to stand up for Jesus and live for Him no matter the cost. A mega pastor It got me to thinking. How do we stand for Jesus, in America? When I think about the character of Jesus, as a young boy, He was going about … Continue reading How do we stand for Jesus?
For believers, it's important to know who the enemy is. As believers in Christ, do we truly know our enemy? 1 Peter 5:8 "Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour." Did you know that most children who experience abuse are abused by … Continue reading Know your enemy (?)
I have heard many of my Christian friends that the book of Romans is probably one of the most difficult books in the Bible to understand. And to a certain degree I tend to agree, but some of what Paul wrote - seems to be pretty straightforward. Let every soul be subject to the governing … Continue reading Romans 13
One criticism I would make of evangelical Christianity, is that it is marked by movements. You know, we had back in the Seventies, the Time Management Movement, that became very important. Then there was the Spiritual Gift Movement, and everyone got really interested in spiritual gifts. Then there was the, you know, Jesus Is Coming … Continue reading A voice from the past-the late, great Rich Mullins
I am still researching evangelical history. The more I find, the more I understand evangelical attraction to Trump. Here is an interesting article. More later. Fierce in the ‘80s, Fallen in the ‘90s, the Religious Right Forgets Politics: Evangelists: ‘Born-again’ politics were like a holy war, spurred by a symbiotic relationship with Reagan; then came … Continue reading Fall from grace: Evangelicals in the 90’s