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KILLED ANY BUGS recently? And did you do it with a pure heart? It may not seem like a big deal to you, but back in the fourth century, a Catholic saint known as Macarius of Alexandria was troubled because he had swatted a gnat that stung him. It was not that he believed […] Continue reading →
Think of what it would be like to actually stand before God. We’re all going to have to do it at some point. There you are, imperfect you, in front of the most ultimately perfect and majestic Lord of Glory! He is so pure and holy, and you are, well, you! Can you really […] Continue reading →
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). A lot of people believe all the right things, but have little faith! Many believers who are full of good Bible teaching still fail to experience victory or change in their lives. Anxiety, worry, and fear are […] Continue reading →
THE NEEDLE KEPT bouncing up and down. “That’s odd,” I thought, but continued to drive with confidence that we had enough fuel to get back to the city. I had never run out of gas before, and sometimes the needle went well below “E” before the next fill up. Now we were returning […] Continue reading →
This is from one of my older books, The Invisible Pulpit, that I am now revising… THE PREACHER STEPPED up to the pulpit and peered out to his congregation with a somber look in his eyes. He read the passage to be expounded with a semi-nasal tone and a dryness that could absorb the recently […] Continue reading →
There are so many interpretations given to the book of Revelation that it can make one’s head spin. Instead of trying to figure out how the seals and other elements fit into the ‘last days’ and current events scenarios, I wrote a book focusing on the spiritual truths behind it all. It is called The […] Continue reading →