First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority, so that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity. This is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Savior,… Read More A little bit of politics
What is Apologetics? According to Merriam Webster dictionary, it means a systematic argumentative discourse in defense (as of a doctrine), and a branch of theology devoted to the defense of the divine origin and authority of Christianity. So it is a defense of the faith. All Christians are called to defend the faith. The Profile of an… Read More Nine Characteristics of an Apologet
My sister discovered these virtuoso brothers on youtube- and I we’ve been listening to them for weeks on end. Vladimir and Anton come from a musical family of 6 children and obviously everyone in the family plays an instrument. Their mother is Slovakian and their father is Russian. The brothers moved to Ireland because of course, it’s… Read More Midweek Music: Two Brothers, One Song
I cannot believe how quickly 2016 has passed by! For me it has been a very busy year, but also a very fruitful year by God’s grace. I have experienced many answered prayers and I was humbled and thrilled to see how the Lord would answer specific desires that I prayed. Last year instead of… Read More Instead of New Years Resolutions
I thought my last post would be the Midweek Music until the New Year comes around. But I couldn’t help sharing one more Christmas carol. Most of you probably heard this all over Facebook. The song Mary Did You Know? is one of my favorite Christmas carols. Mark Lowry is the co-writer of the song, and… Read More Did you hear this Christmas Carol?
Merry Christmas week! I should have done a “12 Days of Carols” on the blog with my favorite Christmas carols, but maybe Lord willing next year. I wanted to share this touching Christmas guitar melody. It was composed by an Italian. The melody starts slow and then has a dynamic crescendo. I would love to… Read More Midweek Music: The Shepherd on guitar
We live in the last days. This means the days after Christ and before His second coming. You have probably noticed that in all societies there is an increase in evil people, hate, occultism, hostility towards Christianity. These verses sum it all up: And thou, O Daniel, hide the things, and seal the book till the… Read More How To Be An Overcomer
Christmas is the best time to share the Gospel message! People are in a cheery festive mood and more willing to receive anything. Here are some very practical ways you can spread the Christmas message in your own community! Supplies: A quality Gospel tract. Our favorite is Ultimate Questions by John Blanchard. You… Read More 14 People in Your Community You Should Share the Christmas Message With
Happy December 1st, or to those on the other side of the world, happy December 2nd! Christmas will be here before you know it! These talented Asian cellists play a rendition of the hymn “For the Beauty of the Earth”. I have just discovered them on youtube and have enjoyed re-playing the song multiple times… Read More Midweek Music: Cello Ensemble
Last week, I had a post about gift ideas for Christmas for those difficult people that you can’t find a gift for. (Note, it is updated with a few more ideas). Remember the Poor But, of course, Christmas is not about material things or about presents and all the outward decor and celebration. It is about… Read More This Christmas- Give To These People!