It’s funny how devotions and sermon topics coincide. That happened today, except I like the devotional method of looking at this, and of course I had to go and rework … Continue reading Mountain Tops and Valleys
Church used to be about preaching about a literal Heaven, a literal Hell, sin and repentance. Hellfire and brimstone came from that pulpit! That pastor, that shepherd, did what a … Continue reading The Traditional vs. the Contemporary
If you ask most people to describe a typical pastor, they’ll use words such as compassionate, caring, understanding and non-combative. Rarely will you hear the words such as angry, combative, … Continue reading Politics, Current Events and Sermons
Awhile ago, I wrote about how this nation, and others, needed to repent, because God was sick of the sin and was judging these nations, including the United States. I … Continue reading True Repentance of a Nation
Well, it’s happened, Afghanistan is now back in the hands of the Taliban. The nation, if you can call it that, is now the “Islamic Republic of Afghanistan”. I shared … Continue reading What Are You Willing To Give For Jesus?
Last week, we discussed whose job was it to teach our kids about morality. It centered on sexual sin and morality. This week, we’re going to focus on other areas … Continue reading More On Morality…
This past Wednesday, I read an article in my Breitbart app that drove my blood pressure through the ceiling. “Pope Francis: You Can Recognize False Christians By Their ‘Inflexibility’” I … Continue reading Are You An Inflexible Christian?
Compromise – it’s when someone with deeply held beliefs, adapts to some alternative belief system in order to appease another person or group. How many times have you compromised your … Continue reading When Will We Ever Learn?
To the Western church; You’ve become fat, dumb and happy, and you’re taking your people with you. I’m not talking about EVERY church, but many churches, from the mega-sized, to … Continue reading A Warning To The Western Church
Many people look in the term “repentance” as an act of saying “I’m sorry, and I won’t do it again, can you please forgive me?” or confessing something like, “Yes, … Continue reading What Is True Repentance?
Those who know me, know that I’m not a person who beats around the bush. I’m very direct and will say what’s on my mind. When most people think of a pastor, they think of a kindly man who gives a nice, uplifting sermon on Sunday mornings, will give you kind words of counsel when you need them – a generally nice person to be around.