Tag: Jeremiah

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When we are struggling with our obedience to God, one of the first things we do is that we feel miserable about who we are, compared to the wonderful Savior we know. When you really see how much He loves us, it is abhorrent to think of how short we have fallen. Instead of coming to Him as we are, failures of righteousness, we hide behind trees in hopes we can avoid His presence… because His presence is “piercing to…

Denial

How do you think it would make you feel if you knew that someone who is your friend was going to betray you? How would you handle the situation? Maybe you would try to catch them in the act. Or maybe you would tell someone else what was going to happen so that you could rally others to your side. Our human nature can be so bipolar in a situation like that. At one moment you are thinking good thoughts…

potter

de·cep·tive: intended to make someone believe something that is not true. (a) So I watched my first Harry Potter movie the other day. I’ve typically stayed away from those types of movies because of the “magic” stuff. But considering the enormous following, even among Christians, I was curious as to why it was so popular. Some think that Harry Potter is harmless and they promote this type of literature and entertainment as no big deal. The divination instructor from the movie, when addressing the…

Would a loving God burn people forever? This is a question that must be answered. The idea of a God that burns people forever has turned away millions from Him and creates a misrepresentation of His character. God is a God of Love and when something doesn’t fit that character attribute, we must look deeper into our own interpretations and reconcile them. Check out the video above for some insight into this subject. Also, I have provided some Bible text…

Easter-GoodFriday

I knew I would get your attention by the title of this post. Now that I have your attention I can tell you about the Pagan history surrounding Easter… you know… the goddess of reproduction: Ishtar. That’s where the bunnies and eggs come in to play folks. It’s a well documented history lesson for those that pay attention to history. No one can really refute this. It is true. Easter lands on the first Sunday after the first full moon after…

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Believe

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish…”