Category Archives: worldliness
The Worship Sirens Leading Us Toward Apostasy II
As discussed in part one of this series, our error prone understanding and fixation on “worship music” and “worship leaders”, has led to some spiritual deficiencies in Christianity in the United States, England, Europe and Australia. Aside from what was … Continue reading
Rise Up O Men of God… or Get Out Of the Way!!!
Rise up, O men of God! We’ve done with lesser things. Give heart and mind and soul and strength To serve the King of kings. Rise up, O men of God! The church for you does wait. Her strength unequal … 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
Less than Half of One Percent
0.32 %…. Let this number stick in your craw for a little bit. 0.32 %… How does that taste as you chew on it? Is it sweet or bitter? Satisfying or a gnawing continuation of hunger? I guess you need … Continue reading
How Can We Not Just Weep?
On March 26th 2015, a bill from the New York State Assembly reminded us again how far we have fallen as a nation. By a resounding margin, New York States version of the U.S house of representatives, approved AB 6221. … Continue reading
Recently I have been troubled by what is coming out of the Christian news media. For a little over three years I have been reading a Christian internet news site called the “Christian Post”. I appreciate its reporting, as not … Continue reading
Loving What the World Dresses Up (Re-Published from 7/2012)
It is easy for Christians, in our culture, to become entangled in things that should never be part of the behavior and practice of the redeemed. This has always been a danger for the Church. Through the Holy Spirit God … Continue reading
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