“Studying God’s Word”

“Studying God’s Word”   Studying. We all love to do it!!! AmIright?! Huh??? Okay, so maybe only us nerds love studying. And, yes, I am admitting I am a nerd. I do like to read, and to study what I am reading. It does not matter to me if it is a short article or... Continue Reading →

“The Great Commission”

“The Great Commission”   The commandment that we often hear referred to as the “Great Commandment” is found in the four gospels (Matthew 28:19; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:47; & John 20:21), and repeated in Acts (1:8). Each gospel writer records it a little differently, but it always boils down to the same message; Mark 16:15,... Continue Reading →

“The Lord’s Prayer (Luke 11:1-4)”

“The Lord’s Prayer (Luke 11:1-4)” What can We Learn from It?   As we start, let’s make note of a couple of things about the passage commonly referred to as “The Lord’s Prayer.” For one, it was not actually a prayer. Luke tells us in chapter 11, verse 1, that Jesus had been praying. When... Continue Reading →


Love           For some of us it is hard to love. For those of us that love comes easier to, we still find certain people harder to love than others. I’m sure we all find certain people in specific situations that are harder to love than others. For those of us that are Christians, I’m... Continue Reading →


Forgiveness   In all my years, all the sermons and lessons I’ve heard, all the ones I’ve prepared, all the reading I have done, I haven’t really come across much talk about the role of forgiveness in our lives. At least, no other way than that of how Jesus died for and is willing to... Continue Reading →

Lucifer and Satan

Lucifer and Satan Are they one and the Same?   It seems to be common knowledge that the name “Lucifer” is another name for Satan. I mean, everybody from preachers to the people that named the T.V. show, of the name “Lucifer,” use the names interchangeably. If so many people use these names for the... Continue Reading →

Patriotism and Christianity (Part 2)

Patriotism and Christianity (Part 2)     Do they mix?   Recap             In the first part of this study we looked at who the founders of the U.S. gave credit for the authority for the founding of our country. Then we asked a few questions; 1., What does the Old Law say about the... Continue Reading →

Patriotism and Christianity

Patriotism and Christianity Do they Mix?   The 4th of July, this year, has brought up a question that I have never considered, or even heard, before. The question is, as Christians is okay to be patriots/patriotic? After hearing this question asked I thought it would be a good question to tackle as a kick-off... Continue Reading →

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