Theology

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 ›

Myths on Earth

When we enter into the afterlife we will be  free of many lies, conjecture, assumption, misunderstanding, and deception that we held while on earth.  For many, the most obvious will be the existence in which we enter, but this will be… Read More ›

Wisdom in Reply

A response to some proclaimed Atheists is ill-advised, particularly if they are merely trolling for replies, and considering the substance of their arguments and the scriptures.  As long as they have breath, there is still hope that God in His… Read More ›

The Greatest Thing Sought

Eternal life…..movies and books have fantasized about its attainment, Cortez searched the new world for “The fountain of youth”.  People are seeking to live longer lives and life expectations for populations are increasing.However, who can deliver on such a promise.  God… Read More ›

Ghosts in Hell

C. S. Lewis stated in his book Mere Christianity that “Each day we are becoming a creature of splendid glory or one of unthinkable horror.”  In his book Perelandra Lewis describes how the Garden of Eden scene might have played out… Read More ›

A Quiet Life

There are a number of verses in the Bible that command us to lead a quiet life, to provide for ourselves and to mind our own business.   I Thes 4:11 encourages a Christian to  lead a quiet life, to mind… Read More ›

God’s Timing

Everything of God is perfect, so when we look at His timing it is amazing.  In His timing He can be severe, as well as gracious.  When Abraham was asked to offer his only son Isaac as a sacrifice, immediately… Read More ›

Brokenhearted Sinner

Dietrich Bonhoeffer is known for his opposition to Hitler ending in his martyrdom and also for great works he published including “Costs of Discipleship”.   However, before these events, right after he obtained his doctorate and became eligible for the… Read More ›

Fear God and Live

What truth we know is from God; some directly via written form and other via individual revelation.  Other information, mostly erroneous or out right untruths abound from suggestions of the enemy and imaginations of men.  Truth is not time sensitive… Read More ›