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The Sins Of The Fathers

Sins of the Fathers The Lord sent a “man of God” to old Eli (I Samuel 2) with a harsh word for the old man. He had been given a place of unique stature and opportunity among the people of Israel. As a Judge and Priest he had both the opportunity and authority to influence […]

Despicable Benevolence

  The second paragraph of the Declaration of Independence reads: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. The founding documents of our nation were crafted upon the […]

Jesus Wants to Kill You

I am tired of apologizing for Jesus. I don’t want a “nicer” Jesus. I want the One who adorns the pages of the Holy Scriptures. I don’t want a politically correct Jesus, a tolerant Jesus, a passive Jesus. I long for the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, the God/Man who made a whip out of […]

Clarifying Culture Wars

“…..and every spirit that does not confess Jesus is not from God. This is the spirit of the anti-Christ, which you heard was coming and now is in the world already.” 1 John 4:3 CNN anchor Chris Cuomo famously asserted, “Our rights do not come from God.” The greater conversation reveals that Cuomo believes that […]

Remembering a Friend

        November 7 will mark the passing of my pastor and mentor; my friend, Robert Parmley.  He died on November 7, 2011. Without question, “Pudge” Parmley had more impact upon my life than any other human being. It was he who led me to Christ, discipled me in the faith, and guided […]

Governed by Offense

  And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another. Matthew 24:10 Look carefully at these words and the sequence in which they are written. Jesus is outside the city of Jerusalem responding to their questions regarding the “end of the age.” He shares with them a number […]

Reflections

  When we allow ourselves to be alienated from our family we expose them to the attacks of the enemy and make them, and ourselves, more vulnerable to his devices. (This was actually written several weeks ago while on vacation with my family in Florida. It was quite an extravaganza to have all of my […]

SELF-esteem

I don’t consider myself to be a contrary person, as contrary goes.  However, from time to time I realize that I do look at things very differently from other folks. I have been spending some time this week with a person who believes, with a lot of agreement from those around them, that they suffer […]

Its No Joke

  My generation grew up laughing at the iconic “doomsday prophet,” portrayed on busy Manhattan street corners, matted hair and disheveled beard, wearing burlap robes and a sign invariably proclaiming, “Repent now – avoid the rush on Doomsday!” It was a joke; a caricature that nobody took seriously. These days no one laughs at those […]

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