Open Discussion: Refuting common Disagreements

To have discourse is healthy it allows people to learn and gives opportunities to share the gospel. Discussion involving questions, ideas and people’s perceptions bring error to the surface and teacher and pastors can help explain Biblical precedents in a respectful atmosphere for all in attendance. Did not Christ debate with the scholars, and Paul … Continue reading Open Discussion: Refuting common Disagreements

We Are All Human

Romans 3:23-27                 “23 For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God; 24 Being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus: 25 Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins … Continue reading We Are All Human

Open Discussion in Our Churches and the World

The Bible is the living Word of God and it is exciting to talk about the Bible. That being the case why does the Christian church fear discussion? It is Biblical and indeed helps the more mature teachers, pastors, and Christians teach doctrine that is pure without falsehoods because it is in discussion that questions … Continue reading Open Discussion in Our Churches and the World

Awe of God

  Proverbs 9:10- “10 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom: and the knowledge of the holy is understanding.” The world felt uncomfortable with the Word of God, and the church catered to the feelings of the world. Love is preached in abundance at churches all around the world. The church in … Continue reading Awe of God

Navigating the Storm

From the Biblical to the practical this podcast has much to offer you on preparing for what is to come. This podcast used God’s Word, the Holy Bible which is full of wisdom to share Biblical insight on preparing for yourself, your family, or others who are under your provision. Armour Bearer draws from her … Continue reading Navigating the Storm

Predicting Signs or Omens

I have already seen a number of posts from self-named prophets that are taking signs from the ending scores of teams that played in the Super Bowl and using these numbers to predict what the Lord will do. Brothers and sisters, I seem to remember several self-named prophets who did the same thing by using … Continue reading Predicting Signs or Omens

Second Amendment: a Research Perspective

Research shows that citizen ownership of firearms prevents violent crimes. As a result, the right to keep and bear arms should be encouraged not infringed upon. When police officers are used to take guns away from law-abiding citizens, it endangers the lives of both the police officer and the citizen. Which instead, citizens should be … Continue reading Second Amendment: a Research Perspective

Safe Am I

Safe am I is a beautiful video filled with Bible verses, and stories about the love and protection of God. The soothing voice of Armour Bearer brings the Peace of the Lord and the anointing of the Holy Spirit calms the listener and eases stress or anxiety through the power of His Holy Word; the … Continue reading Safe Am I

Presents, and More Presents

It’s Christmastime, and everywhere we turn, we see Christmas trees and lights. Even though Christmas trees and lights have been turning to white instead of red and green, which might by some far symbol remind us of Christ, but that isn’t what this is about. It is not about what color lights are on the … Continue reading Presents, and More Presents

Do Flags Belong in the Church?

 “24 This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.” Psalm 118:24      Worship is a key part of the writings in the Bible from David in the Old Testament to Paul and Silas in jail in the New Testament. Worship is important to God, and to His people because … Continue reading Do Flags Belong in the Church?