Michael Jackson was a disaster with his personal life. Many have speculated was the result of a very abusive childhood. What he was subjected to abuse as a child he attempted to make up for as an adult. This only resulted in an continued even more abusive lifestyle. I am not justifying his abuse, butContinue reading “Christian Moonwalking”
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A Fonzi Moment . . .
Back in the day of my youth, there was a hit TV series called “Happy Days.” There was a side character played by Henry Winkler named Fonzi who quickly became a fan favorite and star. He was a greaser biker of the 50’s, he always wore a leather jacket, and was always supposed to beContinue reading “A Fonzi Moment . . .”
Much Ado About Nothing . . .
Luke 6:35-36 NASB – 35 “But love your enemies, and do good, and lend, expecting nothing in return; and your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High; for He Himself is kind to ungrateful and evil [men.] 36 “Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. What are evangelicalsContinue reading “Much Ado About Nothing . . .”
Winning the Battle but Loosing the War . . .
I decided that I wanted to take yesterday off to reflect on the nature of how some of my posts have been surprisingly tying in with one another. The Modern Charismatic Church is engaging in practices that revolve around what “God Told Me” (personal) as to what “God Told Us” (Scriptural). As a result loveContinue reading “Winning the Battle but Loosing the War . . .”
Last Friday Night . . . (Pt 4 – finale)
This one is the last of several blogs to deal with this issue. It is has lead up to the final misconception for the need of being drunk in the Spirit. Some have gotten back to me as to why tackle this issue if it is not hurting anyone else and the person(s) or churchesContinue reading “Last Friday Night . . . (Pt 4 – finale)”
This Ain’t My First Rodeo . . .
I had an interesting conversation yesterday with a woman I talk with once in while where I shop. She looked really dejected so I asked if she was ok. She said she was really worried about her adult son, because he was an ardent Trump supporter. I took her words as concern for her sonContinue reading “This Ain’t My First Rodeo . . .”
The End Result . . .
Proverbs 15:18 NASB – 18 A hot-tempered man stirs up strife, But the slow to anger calms a dispute. I am doing a quick write this morning to comment on events that took place yesterday here in the United States Capitol. I was going to wait until after the inauguration of our next president toContinue reading “The End Result . . .”