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Jesus and the Saints Return!

Simple Truth

People might consider looking into ancient text as being some dumb old stale old pointless exercise and sometimes even people who do look into ancient text might find themselves thinking and feeling the same but when you consider the words of Jesus when he said, … 1,108 more words



I just returned home from the theater and the showing of “The Shack.” As a father, the movie touched me deeply because of Mack’s emotional pain. 1,279 more words

The Spirit is Willing but The Flesh is Weak

As I continue to sit before the Lord, the title of this post is what keeps coming to my mind and heart. It is important to understand what this really means. 590 more words

Is The Shack Even A Christian Movie?

I applaud anyone who sets out to write a book. Particularly fiction. It’s hard work. When someone takes on the task of self-publishing, it’s an even bigger job, and my hat tips to them. 646 more words

Real Christianity

Bereavement's Provision

In Genesis 22, God asks Abraham to sacrifice Isaac: “Take your son, your only son Isaac, whom you love, go to the land of Moriah, and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains I will tell you about” (Gen. 500 more words


Two Cities, One Gospel: Christ and Revolution

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times….” This unforgettable phrase opens Dickens’s novel A Tale of Two Cities. Set in England and Paris, … 612 more words


Biblical Faith Defined by the Cross and the Resurrection

Genuine biblical faith is rejected by the world.  Everything about faith that is defined in biblical terms is rejected by worldly conventional normalcy and thinking…for the most logical, rational, and understandable reasons when broken down in terms of absolute goodness and brilliant, pure spiritual light…when illustrated using a graduated vertical graph-line continuum with absolute goodness and pure light at the top…with light dimming and goodness decreasing as we descend down this vertical graph-line. 862 more words