Recent Posts

  • Conscience

    We know that Christians have liberty. But that liberty does not grant us the liberty to do however we wish in our daily living. Some of that vast subject is dealt with in our verses. Let us learn about conscience.

  • The Goal of God

    Some Christians view their life as their own and that the Bible does not address daily living. But I say, the does. The Bible is authoritative. The Bible is relevant. God has the right to tell us how to live.

  • The Birth of Jesus

    It is this time of year when the world gives credence to the birth of Jesus. However, I believe we should be considerate of the birth of our Lord regardless of the time of the year! I thought it proper to remember the story of the birth of Jesus.

  • Anger

    People often become angry, as is demonstrated by Jonah. While anger can be a good thing and has its place, it usually is a bad thing and is out of place. I thought it necessary to remind ourselves about what the Bible has to say regarding anger.

  • Encompassed About

    Do you recall the early settlers of the West and how on many occasions they were attacked by the Indians? They often had to circle the wagons. Have you ever been surrounded by the enemy? Have you ever been encircled by affliction?

  • Why You Should be a Christian

    Years ago I hear a challenge of a Christian to a cult member, "Convince me to become a ___________." If someone asked me that question about being a Christian, what would I say? This message is my answer. My objective is for you to think about the truth. May you see Jesus clearly.

  • Render Thanks

    I believe we all realize that thankful hearts should not be limited to the third week of November. Rather, we should be a grateful people. We should thanks all year long. Give praise to God. Do not be an ingrate.

  • Prayer

    With all of the circumstances which surround us, one would think that Christians would be praying constantly. Perhaps, we are. However, I thought it necessary to remind you of the importance and value of prayer.