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The Bible says in Ephesians 6:12 says, “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.”  This has become more and more evident lately. Satan worship has increased dramatically. Exorcism is […]

If you are contemplating marriage, or have recently become married, your spouse has a past life that can be brought into a marriage, like it or not. This is what many newly married couples fail to realize. Too often, not much attention is given to it. This past life can consist of many elements: upbringing, […]

Iceland recently has started aborting babies if tests reveal that Down Syndrome is present. CBS supported their decision. Frank Stephens, who has DS, spoke before a U.S. Congressional committee. He asked a very stabbing question: “Is there no place in the world for us?” Apparently Iceland does not think there is. In the words of Mike […]

Good functioning and productive relationships don’t just happen. They require conscious thought, keeping in mind practical principles and techniques. It really is not as important how much knowledge or training you have in your field of work if you don’t know the secret to having good relationships with your coworkers. These principles also apply to […]

This blog is written primarily to the younger generation of all those below the age of 30. You could very likely be the ones to witness the full implementation of artificial intelligence (AI). This is a branch of computer science dealing with the simulation and capability of computers and machines to initiate intelligent human behavior, […]

I sat in a communion service in church recently. You know, communion is when you eat a wafer or piece of bread, and drink wine or grape juice, in remembrance of the death of Jesus Christ. The thought came to mind that if it were not for the grace of God, not one single person […]

Recently my wife and I were looking at an old family movie sent to us by a relative. In it we saw how we were in younger years. We were engaged in various activities. There were pictures of our family growing up in different stages of life. That was back then. Fast forward to the […]

In order to go to heaven a person must be perfect in the eyes of God. How can that be, you ask? No one lives a perfect life. That is true, especially the standards set by God. God looks at the attitudes, motives, and intentions of the heart.  Sin is separation from God; it is […]

People often say that no one knows the day nor the hour when Jesus will return. That is a very true, for the Bible itself says it. However, it is possible to know the general time in history. Within the pages of the Bible are scattered hundreds of prophecies. Many of them have already literally […]

1. Do you believe in God and an afterlife? Some believe in a literal heaven and hell. Others believe in things like reincarnation. There are those who have the belief that one just ceases to exist. How about you? If you believe in a literal heaven and hell, then go to the next question. 2. […]

A recent headline from CBN News caught my attention: “Most Americans Believe They’re Sinners, but Disagree On What To Do About It.”  According to a poll, there were three ways that people are dealing with it. One, they are working on overcoming it. Two, some are relying on Jesus Christ, and three, others responded by […]

The Problem Areas: The biggest problem that people face in money and money management is not so much with the quantity of money they have but how they manage it. There are certain principles of money management that many people neglect. Another area of concern for Christians is prosperity theology. You know, these are the […]

People make such a big deal over the phrase, “separation of church and state.” The atheists use it to “support” their position. The truth of the matter is that anyone who uses this as an argument is either ignorant or is intentionally taking this phrase out of context.  There is no such thing as separation of […]

Recently, Ken Hamm, of the Ark Encounter, in Kentucky, lit up the life-size replica of Noah’s Ark with the colors of the rainbow. This was in keeping with the original intent of the rainbow. After the worldwide flood of Noah’s time, it is reported in the Book of Genesis that the rainbow was the sign from God that there […]

Human history is rapidly approaching a moment of truth and accountability.  As we see all of the wrong things happening in the world shouldn’t people be asking what the reason is behind it all?  Wouldn’t it be great if, over all the centuries, the world had progressively improved to where we are living in a […]

What is so wrong with the Ten Commandments? That is the question I would ask of the individual who destroyed the Ten Commandments Monument in the Arkansas State Capitol one day after it was erected. After all, they are for the good of society. The first several talk about God and one’s relationship to him. […]

There has always been, and always will be, disagreements and division among political parties. Much of that is good and open debate. It is necessary to advance legislation for the good of the people. Argument is part of the democratic process in America. It is one thing to have hotly detested  dialogue. But when those of […]

I have an uncle who years ago passed away. Several months prior to his death I visited with him. He was getting feeble and knew his time on earth was coming to an end. However, he said something to me that I have never forgotten. With as much assurance as I am writing this article […]

The quest for peace is in the news again. When President Trump recently visited the heartlands of the three major world religions he said, “If these three faiths can join, peace in the world is possible, including peace between Israel and the Palestinians.” He also, however, tweeted a quote by Ronald Reagan that “Peace is not […]

A recent government survey revealed that “less than 20 percent of Americans” said they would be open to dating a transgender. Putting it another way is to say that almost one in five people would date a person who is transgender. Samantha Allen of The Daily Beast, reportedly said that this is “disappointing but not surprising.” Ben Shapiro, author of […]

Here is a quote posted on The Secular Outpost. “For one thing, if Jesus was buried in a stone tomb before sunset on Friday evening, as the Gospels report, then he might well have been observed for only an hour after his alledged death. Once his body was inside the tomb, no one could observe whether […]

He was “brought up in the Protestant Church of Ireland, but as a teenager he said he lost his faith – turned off by boring church services and the problem of evil in the world.”  This is a biographical statement about C. S. Lewis, author of the Chronicles of Narnia.  Lewis was born in Belfast, Ireland. He […]

I heard an analogy long ago about a man who had two dogs. One dog was named “Flesh.” The other was named “Spirit.” These dogs were always getting into fights. One day someone asked the man which dog usually wins. The man responded, “Whichever one I feed the most.” The flesh represents the human side […]

Imagine if one spread silver dollars all across the State of Texas two feet deep. Just one of those silver dollars had a special marking on it. Then a blindfolded person was sent out to find that one coin. The first one that was picked up was the one with the marking. What are the […]

Do some millenials today have a preference for Satan over God? This is what the trend shows. Here are two contrasting titles: “Abandoned Faith: Why Millenials Are Walking Away And How You Can Lead Then Home” (The title of a book). “Many Young Adults Are Turning To Witchcraft As A Way To Rebel Against Their […]

Jesus Christ made many claims about himself. One of the most familiar ones is found in John 14:6. In this verse Jesus proclaims, “I am the way, the truth, and the life, no one comes to the Father but by me.” C.S. Lewis, the author of  Chronicles of Narnia, had something very profound to say in […]