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I have been involved in a lot of church work my whole life, but I consider Yeshua to be everything and the hidden life in Him. I was part of the Jesus movement revival of the early 1970's and I have a heart for Israel.

  • Liar! Do Not Listen

      “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” (Isaiah 5:20). “A wicked person listens to deceitful lips; a liar… Read More ›

  • Judgment and Tolerance

    Christians invented tolerance and practice it as a general rule, even though world history may have some specific exceptions.  Of course Hitler claimed to be a Christian, but clearly he was not. Islam knows no tolerance, nor do humanists, atheists,… Read More ›

  • This is Not Rocket Science

    I saw a very serious report on a major network national news segment discussing the plans necessary to inhabit Mars as an alternative to Earth.  Mars is a dry rock, without a breathable atmosphere, and incapable of sustaining any existing… Read More ›

  • Mending a Broken Heart

    The Bee Gees great hit, “How can you mend a broken heart”, reminds us that our hearts are weak and this world is evil.  The enemy is doing all he can to kill, steal and destroy our faith in Yeshua… Read More ›

  • Self Knowledge and God’s Light

    Watchman Nee collection Vol. 1 is several writings put together into one book.  Watchman Nee is one of my favorite authors because he well understands the Spirit life and the word of God.  He comments on 1 Corinthians 3 which… Read More ›

  • Outstanding Hypocrisy

    Chicago’s Governor announced recently that his city’s law enforcement officers would not enforce federal Immigration laws.  Other cities in California had previously refused to recognize federal Immigration law, proclaiming themselves cities of refuge.  This rebellion has a historical precedent, in… Read More ›

  • Lay Down Your Burden

    We need reminding that some (or much) of what we have thought comes from worries, lies from the enemy, fears, wounds and hurts, injustice, rumors, jealousy, revenge, etc.  We are very weak and in our natural fallen state; we are… Read More ›

  • God’s Building From Start to Finish

    God is a master builder.   “For he was looking forward to the city with foundations, whose architect and builder is God.” (Heb. 11:10).  ” For every house is built by someone, but God is the builder of everything.  Moses… Read More ›

  • One Man Praying

    An impromptu prayer time was announced at church and I heard about it; as an intercessor I was interested to join with other intercessors.  Also, I was curious about how many would show up, and how it would proceed.  There was… Read More ›

  • Release of the Spirit

    Some day the Holy Spirit will reclaim a prominent place in His church.  Currently the church is focused on teaching alone.  Teaching is promoted while operation of other gifts of the Spirit are quenched and stifled; worldly thinking and natural… Read More ›

  • Before the Bible Was Banned

    American education from its beginning incorporated the greatest selling, most popular, and singularly most unique book of all time, the Bible, in its curriculum.  American education began in the churches and synagogues.  Later it was essentially taken over by state… Read More ›

  • America’s Greatness

      America has been a great nation as one of the “Super powers” and due to its wealth and influence.  However, what is really virtuous in America’s History?  America was started from a desire for freedom, religious freedom, freedom to… Read More ›

  • Noble-Ness

    Noble is used in the Bible several times, yet the single reference I remember first is of the Berean Jews.  “Now the Berean Jews were of more noble character than those in Thessalonica, for they received the message with great… Read More ›

  • Keep The Faith

    From my youth I knew God, having a child’s faith that there was a God in heaven who had made the world and everything in it.  From that time God has drawn me closer to him and given me more… Read More ›

  • You Are Doing This Wrong

    Most of us are well acquainted with our deficiencies. Simply telling someone they should be patient, or kind or whatever is not apt to do anything but increase guilt and frustration.  Recently, I was driving my truck with a load… Read More ›

  • Abundent Life is Here

    There is so much bad news and future dread all around that we all need much good news. Thankfully there is a truthful source of reliable good news – The Bible.  Isaiah 55 is a light in dark places, refreshing… Read More ›

  • A Place Near Your Altar

    God allowed a sparrow to come near His altar and build her nest. (Psalms 84:3).  He also killed Uzziah instantly for reaching out to steady the altar and keep it from falling. (2 Sam 6:6).  He would kill any but… Read More ›

  • Principles of the Kingdom

    Jesus tells us a principal of the Kingdom of heaven in Matt. 19 and explains it in chapter 20.  Simply put the last will be first and the first last.  The context is to those entering eternity or the kingdom… Read More ›

  • Good Things Have Happened

    Many people are saying that the end of America may be near; both sides in the presidential election claim the end will begin if their opponent is elected.  Movies and TV shows have been produced recently depicting a post America… Read More ›

  • Wonders of Marriage

    “Haven’t you read,” he replied, “that at the beginning the Creator made them male and female,’ and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become… Read More ›

  • Horrible Evils

    There are many evils in our society such as murder, crimes of all sorts, injustice in our courts, corruption in our government, despicable personal acts.  These are seemingly on the rise, but they have been around at certain levels for… Read More ›

  • In the Small Things

    Does God care about the small things that we deal with in this life.  By small, I don’t mean insignificant or material necessities of living; He promises to give us food and clothing, things we need.  No, I’m referring to… Read More ›

  • The Prodigal Son

    In this parable, (Luke 15: 11-32) the younger son asked for his share of the estate.  He took his share, left, and squandered all he had received; ultimately he found himself starving in a foreign land during a severe famine…. Read More ›

  • Fruit Bearing

    The parable of the sower, (Matt. 13: 18-23), includes an alarming and critical category of failed seeds; the first is taken by the enemy from the path; the second has no root and quickly falls away when rocks of trouble… Read More ›

  • Accusations

    Have you ever heard accusations in your mind?  Are they immediately after some interaction with someone or as a consequence of your own thoughts or actions?  Are they out of the blue almost random accusations pointing out your weakness, things… Read More ›