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You Have Problems, BUT…

You have problems. I have problems. It’s just the way life is. With Jesus, however, there are reasons to rejoice.

You have problems, but you have a good God. God is not the one sending misery and sadness into your life. God’s not putting crosses on you, requiring any extra payment for sin. Jesus has paid it all. And Jesus came that we might have “life, and have it more abundantly” (John 10:10). That same verse speaks of the thief, or devil, who comes to “steal, kill, and destroy.”  So it’s time to quit blaming God for your troubles, and start aligning with Him to stand against the real culprit.

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Can I See Your ID?

  Recently as I was recording one of my radio episodes, I found myself making quite a bold statement: “Don’t call yourself a Christian if you’re not living a godly life. I’m not judging you, and it may be true that you’re indeed a Christian. But if you’re not living for the Lord, don’t embarrass […] Continue reading →

Have A Blast!

  The Interpulpit Radio Blast is now airing on the Fourteen 12 Radio Network. It is 15 minutes of glorious gospel truths, much like you see here, only you can listen instead of read! Monday through Friday at 9:15 am and 3:15 pm CST. Go to Fourteen12.com, tune in and spread the word!     Continue reading →

Definition of Christianity

 I was clearing away some old books and found two volumes of Christian history. Here’s the note I had written on the first page after reading about all the undesirable events that occurred… Christianity= The practice of those who call themselves Christians. This may include or be distinct from the actual Christian faith or the […] Continue reading →

Paul’s Gospel

 “According to my gospel” Romans 2:16 It may be startling to hear this at first, but Paul’s Gospel message was a different message from the Gospel preached by Jesus. Jesus associated the Gospel with the Kingdom of God, and His message and teaching revolved around this (see Matt.4:23, 9:35, 24:14; Mark 1:14-15). Paul associated the […] Continue reading →