Tag Archives: Christianity

The Day I Met Jesus

I’m not a mystic. I don’t seek out special divine experiences. My Christian faith is based on the Bible’s revelation of Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit has often, softly spoken to me as I study God’s Word. Nothing dramatic, … Continue reading

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When God Ran

I don’t often post music, but as I was writing on Jesus and free will this song popped into my head. Released by Benny Hester in 1985, it brought tears to my eyes the first time I heard it, and … Continue reading

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It’s Either Jesus, or Not

When debating any idea about God, my go-to source is Jesus, and the earliest, most reliable existing source documenting His life and teachings are the biblical Gospels, all of which are generally agreed to be First Century accounts – written … Continue reading

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Christian Politics

Politics. I get it. As a thoughtful human being I have very strong and definite political opinions regarding this country in which I was born and raised. I have opinions on our current president, the previous president, and the seven … Continue reading

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Praying in Tongues

I was at a small gathering of believers where we were enjoying dinner and fellowship, and sharing some testimonies, when one of the group requested prayer for his ongoing back pain. So we all gathered around him and laid our … Continue reading

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Jesus and the Constitution

I know we all like to say that America was founded on “Christian principles” and that most of the Founding Fathers were Christians, and this gives rise to the faulty notion that America was founded as a “Christian Nation.” But … Continue reading

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