Are You Saved?

Salvation is NOT of works.  It is Not Baptism.  Not Being Born Again.  Not Loving the Lord.  Not Following Jesus.  Not Repenting and stop sinning.  Not A personal relationship with Christ.  Not Accepting Jesus into your heart.  All these things are a result of Salvation, not the cause of it.  These are all WORKS of … More Are You Saved?

Attitude is Everything: Be Positive – Be Awesome!

Be AWESONE!Despite the stress each day holds in store for each of us, stay positive. Being awesome comes from without ourselves. It is a gift of God’s Holy Spirit which indwells each believer in Christ.  In Galatians 5:22-23 Paul lists nine of these gifts. I like to think of them as if they are fruit … More Attitude is Everything: Be Positive – Be Awesome!

Validity of the Bible

Confused when someone challenges your belief in the Holy Scriptures? Don’t be intimidated because our Churches have failed in teaching us what we should know about the origin of Scripture. Simply turn to the skeptic and explain to them that — The Bible is a reliable collection of historical documents.. It was written on three … More Validity of the Bible

Grace Alone

It is true that men have always been saved by the Grace of God, but it is untrue that anyone, from Adam till Saul of Tarsus, had ever been saved by “Grace alone.” Until Paul, mankind was always required to perform a work of faith for atonement of their sins. Noah was required to build … More Grace Alone

The Love and Compassion of our Longsuffering God

Acts 9 is the conversion and commissioning of Saul (Paul), and Acts 10 is Peter’s preparation and encounter with Cornelius and his family, Gentiles. 1Timothy 1:15 says, “Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” Thesetwo chapters magnify the Love, Power, and Compassion of our God. They illustrate the lengths to which He will … More The Love and Compassion of our Longsuffering God

Chasing the wind

November 25, 2016 – Ecclesiastes 4 But thanks be to God, who always leads us in triumph in Christ, and manifests through us the sweet aroma of the knowledge of Him in every place.” 2 Corinthians 2:14 (NASB) It seems to me that Ecclesiastes could easily be titled, “Solomon’s Lament.” After living an opulent life … More Chasing the wind