Cussing – That Ought Not Be

There are four types of “cussing.” One is blasphemy, which shows disrespect or worse to Almighty God and is explicitly forbidden in the Ten Commandments. The second is cursing, which declares your wish that someone or something would suffer eternal damnation. The third is obscenity, usually having to do with bodily functions. The fourth is… Continue reading Cussing – That Ought Not Be

Overcoming The Grip Of Sin

Are you a person who desires to serve God, however you keep finding yourself falling back into your old sinful practices? I pray that my words in this post will be of help to you. Since Adam disobeyed God, in the Garden of Eden, sin has been the greatest pandemic the world has ever known,… Continue reading Overcoming The Grip Of Sin

Blessed Is The Father Who Walks With God

Here’s a message by my cousin, Ed. Isaiah 40:31 But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint. To wait on the Lord entitles confident expectation and active hope in the Lord-never… Continue reading Blessed Is The Father Who Walks With God

What Truly Matters

Troy and his girlfriend, Katrina, had just left a cookout; And between conversing with Katrina about how much fun they’d had hanging out with their friends, and jamming to the Gospel music on the radio, Troy had not realized that he was now driving 10 over the speed limit. He saw the lights, then he… Continue reading What Truly Matters

Focus On Christ This Christmas

Romans 3:20-26 Romans 3:22 God’s Righteousness Hebrews 10:14 Christ’s Death Perfects the Sanctified Brothers and sisters, Christmas is the time of the year when the pressure to be perfect intensifies. You and I, imagine the perfect celebration and then put forth our best effort to make it happen. 1. We shop for the perfect gift.… Continue reading Focus On Christ This Christmas

An Exuberant Declaration of Faith: Guard Your Hearts

Psalm 27:1 The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? Light indicates deliverance from darkness, which is a biblical symbol of evil. The word salvation combined with the word light means “saving light.” Genesis 1:3 Then God… Continue reading An Exuberant Declaration of Faith: Guard Your Hearts

Redirecting Glory: Glory to God Not To Ourselves

Psalm 24:10 Who is this King of glory? The Lord of hosts, he is the King of glory. Selah. Friends, the repetition in this verse is for effect and emphasis. This is praise for the Lord. James 1:17 Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of… Continue reading Redirecting Glory: Glory to God Not To Ourselves

Karen And Christy

While listening in on a recent conference call with some friends, I had an opportunity to hear the following testimony from one of my friends’ fiancée, Karen, who works at a pharmaceutical company in our town. Karen explained that when she started with the company, five years ago, she immediately struck up a friendship with… Continue reading Karen And Christy