21 Steps to Biblical Fellowship

"That they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me. The glory that you have given me I have given to them, that they may be one even as we … Continue reading 21 Steps to Biblical Fellowship

Blog Break (30 Jan 13)

Here are three links that will (hopefully) inform, inspire and encourage you today. Enjoy; In ABORTION AND THE GOSPEL, Russell Moore discusses how abortion is really a Gospel issue. He highlights the fact that most people who carry out abortions are actually Pro-Life. They are conservative, Christians who believe that abortion is murder. Still, they … Continue reading Blog Break (30 Jan 13)

Heaven Will Not Be Boring

"Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written." [John 21:25] I love reading. I think anyone who has followed this blog for a while has already noticed this. I also … Continue reading Heaven Will Not Be Boring

Unmoved by the Gospel

"Salvation belongs to the LORD." Psalm 3:8a Some words are easier said than believed, and the words above are no exception. Do we really believe that salvation belongs to the LORD, and entirely so? I am not sure I always do. What happened last week is just one of many awakening reminders. I was at … Continue reading Unmoved by the Gospel

Blog Break (28 Jan 13)

Here are three links to some enlightening and encouraging reads to start off your week: AUGUSTINE: ON EVIL is a summary of Augustine's ontological description/explanation of evil. For those who often have to deal with the question of why an all-good and all-powerful God would allow (not create) evil, it is my hope that this … Continue reading Blog Break (28 Jan 13)

Lyrical Review: WANAJUA by Mwenyehaki ft Pitson

This song reminds me of an earlier post written on a related subject, Volunteers in Hell, in which I noted that "God doesn't send people to hell, they volunteer." Woe to the man who has grown up hearing the law of God, and the call of the Gospel, but still chooses to ignore it. Here's … Continue reading Lyrical Review: WANAJUA by Mwenyehaki ft Pitson