Category: Sin

Happy Fathers Day to the Adulterous Fathers – We Still Love You

I admit, it’s a weird and unsettling title for an article. But I cannot sugar coat the meat of the message. So why sugar coat the title as well? I say happy Father’s Day to you fathers who have and who are adulterous, not… Continue Reading “Happy Fathers Day to the Adulterous Fathers – We Still Love You”

How to Respond When it Seems the One Who Hurt You is Succeeding In Life

People are going to hurt you. It hurts, even more, when the hurt comes from those who you love the most. It is, unfortunately, the nature of a humanity that is deeply depraved and fallen, to hurt one another, to eat the wounded, to… Continue Reading “How to Respond When it Seems the One Who Hurt You is Succeeding In Life”

Accountability: “I don’t need it, it’s Just me and Jesus!”

Ever hear someone say, “It’s just me and Jesus!”? Or something like, “I appreciate your concern, but Jesus loves me and His grace is enough for me, and I know he’ll forgive me and love me just as I am.”? Usually, these statements are… Continue Reading “Accountability: “I don’t need it, it’s Just me and Jesus!””

The Missing Spark of Revival and Unity

2016 has been….an interesting year.  To say the least.  But of all the interesting things in 2016, I think that it has been a pivotal year for the church in America. A revealing year. As I’ve stated in previous articles, the heart of much… Continue Reading “The Missing Spark of Revival and Unity”

Fathers Day for the Fatherless

I never suspected that when my parents divorced  last year (with me at the age of 34) under less than honorable circumstances, that Fathers Day would become one of those holidays that just wouldn’t quite be the same.  I’m hoping this isn’t a life… Continue Reading “Fathers Day for the Fatherless”

Attempting to move the immovable 

Psalm 18:2 ESV The LORD is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. When I read scriptures like this, that utilizes imagery to describe… Continue Reading “Attempting to move the immovable “

The Sin Delusion: The Art of Denying the Reality of Your Choices

Proverbs 14:13 | Laughter can conceal a heavy heart, but when the laughter ends, the grief remains. Have you ever witnessed someone you know is in the midst of living a wretched life, or is experiencing untold amounts of pain in their life, but… Continue Reading “The Sin Delusion: The Art of Denying the Reality of Your Choices”