God’s kingdom is the kingdom of love, and love exists only in the atmosphere of freedom. Without freedom, love is destroyed and rebellion is instilled. If freedom is not reclaimed, individuality is eroded.Read More
The parables of Jesus teach many beautiful truths about God’s kingdom, but what many haven’t realized is that there is one overarching theme about God’s kingdom that is revealed through all of His parables. It is the truth about His government – and about how reality in His kingdom works – and that truth is that God’s law is design law.Read More
One of the more difficult things in human relationships is knowing when to apologize, when to ask forgiveness, and when not to. It is absolutely righteous and healing to apologize and make amends to the individuals who have been harmed – when actual wrong has been committed.Read More
The book of Daniel contains both true historical events and prophecies pertinent to today. The historical portions include some of the most inspiring stories in Scripture: captives who remain loyal to God being ten times wiser than those who are not loyal to Him; enemies seeking to trap and destroy God’s faithful, but His people are delivered from a fiery furnace and a lion’s den – great stories. But in this blog, we are going to focus on the book’s prophecies and, specifically, the prophecy of the kings of the North and the South as recorded in chapter 11.Read More
The events surrounding the crucifixion of Christ are the most important in the universe’s history, and all four Gospels record that pivotal weekend in great detail. But amidst Jesus’ struggle in Gethsemane, Peter’s betrayal, the corrupt trial, the back and forth to Pilate’s court, the mob’s bloodthirsty cries, Jesus’ calm and forgiving demeanor, His death and victorious resurrection, there appears one strange detail that is recorded only in the book of Mark.Read More
Recently, as I have applied biblical truths to current end-time events, seeking to enlighten people of the dangers of straying from God’s methods, some have accused me of becoming political and no longer teaching the core truths of our God of love.Read More
Have you ever wondered why King David, who had such a heart for the Lord, was forbidden from building God’s temple?
God told the Israelite king, “You have shed much blood and have fought many wars. You are not to build a house for my Name, because you have shed much blood on the earth in my sight” (1 Chronicles 22:8 NIV84).Read More
The Bible is filled with prophecies, and thousands of books have been written about Bible prophecy – many of them contradicting each other.
As we examine the question of Bible prophecy, we must ask: What is the primary purpose of prophecy? Some believe prophecy is given so that we can glimpse the future, predict events of tomorrow, perhaps drawing a timeline. But Jesus said:Read More