When Jesus said that He was the only way to the Father, was He being narrow-minded?
Was it a, “It’s My way or the highway” kind of thing?
I suppose you could take it that way but I don’t think that’s what He was trying to do. Continue reading
The Kingdom of God works on honor.
Honor is both the desire and the ability to recognize glory in others. Honoring people is humbling ourselves and seeing things through their eyes.
True humility is agreeing with what God says about you, nothing more, nothing less. Continue reading
God’s love is unconditional, which means it has no conditions.
You would think this is obvious and needs no further explanation since God is love, yet many Christians still struggle with this. In fact, some have even taught that God’s love depends on our response or behavior. Continue reading
What if Hitler would’ve had a Daniel?
What if we, as God’s blood-bought sons and daughters, instead of praying against our leaders we don’t like and hoping they will fail, became a positive Kingdom influence on them that changed our world? Continue reading
As we celebrate Mother’s Day, here’s something to ponder. Did you realize that we have a “Mom” in the triune Godhead?
I was reading Paul’s blog (Just Me Being Curious) post, “Unconditional Love at its best,” where he said this… Continue reading
Is the Pentecostal/Charismatic movement (made up of those who believe that miracles, signs and wonders are still for today) a recent phenomenon within the last 100 years? Dr. Eddie Hyatt doesn’t think so.
To quote his book site, “2000 Years of Charismatic Christianity offers convincing evidence that the modern Pentecostal and Charismatic movements are rooted in the two-thousand-year history of the church.”