Tag: Galatians

No-Know

Recent events in the US has many people on the edge of their seats. I have never seen emotions so high as they have been this year. Particularly, racism and the recent ruling by the US Supreme Court on same sex marriages. I know the media feeds a lot of this emotional stuff to us because it creates advertising revenue by more visits to their articles. Meanwhile, the TPP has been going on under the radar and yes you should be…

reformation

“Now before him there was no king like him, who turned to the LORD with all his heart, with all his soul, and with all his might, according to all the Law of Moses; nor after him did any arise like him.” -2 Kings 23:25 Josiah was a man of God and at age eight he became King. Right before he became king, his father’s servants conspired together and killed his father in his own house. Later, the servants were killed by…

sterling

Racism is truly disgusting and appalling. When we hear someone say racist things, most of us get angry inside. It’s natural to think that way for me, but it wasn’t always so. Until I saw what a lack of love actually does to people, I didn’t understand. My mom and dad did not raise me to think bigoted or racist, which I am forever grateful. However, the influence and constant surroundings of where I lived brought on a subconscious that leaned…

DiscouragedPastors

Most people are not sympathetic with what the pastor goes through. He does administration, visitation, counseling, youth, committees, board meetings, denominational responsibilities, and community activities.

wine-mocker

Did you know that words have a tendency to change meaning over the years? For instance, did you know that the word “across” used to mean, “In the form of a cross, crosswise; crossing each other, crossed.[1]”, but today the meaning is more like “in a position reaching from one side to the other.[2]”? When we read the Bible, sometimes we could get the incorrect meaning of a word or two because of how the word was defined back in…