Blessed…thankyou brother…grace to you.

Authority and Necessity: A Hermeneutic According to Grace Grace is light in the darkness. Jesus Christ is the light. He reveals both the depth of our darkness and the redemptive light of God. Christ Himself is the redemption of God. There is only one Christ, one light in the darkness: the Christ of the Bible. […] via Grace and Church Office — All These Words Advertisements Continue reading Blessed…thankyou brother…grace to you.

though short, very helpful…

The distinction between while and though is neglected but should be recovered. The writer observes it is clearer and more useful to his reader. Most often today, even in edited publications (e.g., newspapers, magazines, and books) one sees them used interchangeably and . . . Continue reading → via Grammar Guerilla: While And Though — The Heidelblog Continue reading though short, very helpful…

The state of the fallen world…and the Sovereignty of God.

“For I am God, and there is no other, I am God, and there is none like Me, Declaring the end from the beginning.”  Isaiah 46:9,10 Been on my mind a lot lately, a lot…and it’s only because I’m saved through Christ that I can even begin to get my head around all I see about me. Some days I have to push myself to … Continue reading The state of the fallen world…and the Sovereignty of God.

Looking forward to it Adam:)

Alright, the show is going to be back on the air with new content coming up here in December! I can hardly wait to get back to the microphone, and I want your questions for these upcoming shows. Any questions are welcome pertaining to the revival of Western civilization, but I want to focus on… via Send in Questions for Show Topics! — The Citizen of … Continue reading Looking forward to it Adam:)

Why Are Persecuted Christians So Thankful?

These brother & sisters put those of us in the west to shame…Lord forgive us….Go bless you brother Hormoz Hormoz Shariat You have probably read stories of persecuted Christians who have said with all sincerity that they were “honored to be tortured for Christ.” How is it that the persecuted church can be so thankful in the face of such horror, even death? Persecuted Christians … Continue reading Why Are Persecuted Christians So Thankful?

Stepping out in faith…

Hi, been a long time since I’ve been on here to share my own thoughts, but at the prompting of the Holy Spirit & a providential encouragement last night from a brother in Christ, whom I thank, I’ve decided just to do something short to start. But first want to apologize to all of you who I follow on WP, just haven’t kept up, and … Continue reading Stepping out in faith…

Exposing the New Apostolic Reformation Part 2

Originally posted on Aletheia (Truth) Blog:
“Then I saw another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb and he spoke as a dragon. He exercises authority of the first beast in his presence. And he makes the earth and those who dwell in it to worship the first beast, whose fatal wound was healed. He performs great… Continue reading Exposing the New Apostolic Reformation Part 2

Exposing The New Apostolic Reformation Part I

Originally posted on Aletheia (Truth) Blog:
After Christ’s resurrection the early church began to form under Peter and the apostles. There was an explosion of growth as the redeemed grew at an exponential pace starting with Pentecost. This was the time when the Pharisees began to persecute the Christians as Saul of Tarsus began “ravaging the church, entering house after house, and dragging off men… Continue reading Exposing The New Apostolic Reformation Part I