Category Archives: spiritual warfare
Satan’s Plan against the Church (E.M. Bounds on Spiritual Warfare) #2
After reading the rest of chapter 5 (Satan’s Main target) in E.M. Bounds book “Guide to Spiritual Warfare” I had to quote it for our instruction. what you read is found on pages 45-50, from the kindle version of “Guide … Continue reading
Something is definitely MISSING!
I’ve been married for almost twenty years. My wife is a fantastic cook. She can do things with chicken that few ever dare to dream of. If I have had one complaint concerning my wife’s cooking, it would be that … Continue reading
Cutting Off Satan’s Access
This past week I was troubled by the ease Satan exerted in influencing those who were following Jesus Christ, in the New Testament. I want to clarify that I am not writing of being tempted or being demonized (possessed) by an unclean spirit … Continue reading
Having the Life Squeezed Out of You.
The picture to my left, probably needs a bit of explanation. I’m sure you can tell that the hand is squeezing olive oil into a bottle or jar of some sort, but why that is important may escape us, here in the United … Continue reading
What It Means To Be A Christian #3
As we discovered in our last blog, self-defense in the face of persecution is not an appropriate biblical response. Yet in the face of the violent storm on the horizon how do we deal with the fear of persecution. This … Continue reading
What It Means To Be A Christian #1
//www.youtube.com/get_player On the first Sunday of November we recognized and participated in the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. It would seem that this past year and a half has brought more awareness of the plight of the … Continue reading
Christian Arm Yourselves!!!
This morning I read an article in the Christian Post, where the Lt. Governor of Tennessee, Ron Ramsey, gives Christians in America a very definite instruction. Below is a quote of what he said. “The recent spike in mass shootings … Continue reading
The Need For Revival
Below is a very challenging written passage by Andrew Murray (1828 to 1917) from his book entitled “Revival”. Murray was South African writer, teacher, and Christian pastor who believed the “Great Commission” as given by Our Lord and Savior was … Continue reading
Since the end of November 2013, five pastors have committed self-murder in the United States of America. Each man was considered a godly man by his congregation and each congregation was shocked by their pastor’s choice to put himself on … Continue reading
Challenging Words on Revival (from A.W. Tozer)
I received a wonderful gift from a dear friend and sister in Christ for Christmas the other day. Although dated to begin in January, I have been getting a head start and in today’s dated writing A.W. Tozer has penned … Continue reading
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