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Depressingly (dis)honest

Over recent years we have seen an increased awareness about mental health issues but how honest can we be when talking about them? How certain can we be that as well as more people talking about mental health issues more people understand them? 1,246 more words


the initial evidence

Luke 1:43-45

Luk 1:43 And how can this be happening to me, that the mother of my Lord would come to me?
Luk 1:44 Because — notice, when the sound of your greeting came to my ears, the unborn baby in my womb leaped for joy! 124 more words


Is It Always Right to lie?

I remember this one time being in a bible study with a group in Ukraine and we were looking carefully at the Ten Commandments. And we stepped upon the place where we are commanded… 1,319 more words


The Mountain: Judgment & Discernment

Jesus then distinguished judgment from discernment (50):

Don’t judge other people. God will judge you the same way you judge other people.

So don’t criticize a splinter in your friend’s eye, when you’ve got a log in your own eye! 95 more words

Such Beauty in the Dangerous Beautiful

Look up at the moon and soon you will be enthralled by her beauty,
But then imagine dying as you’re lying on her bed of cold rock . 154 more words


The Tribulation: Are We In it Now?!

Around the world, we find  ourselves living in a season  where a significant portion of the  white populace  are  threatened by an explosion in population of the darker people in the world, many of whom have migrated to key countries like the UK and the US.   440 more words

Demonic Deception

J D Hall's definition of cessationism • 1

J D Hall has issued his definition of cessationism. It comes in an essay that attacks people for being charismatic calvinists, which is a bit of a misnomer, since Calvin was a cessationist himself, as Hall points out. 1,582 more words