Photo by: Eric & Brandy Fore Culturally, marriage has not been handled well by mankind. Women would marry men and go wherever the man wanted to go, leaving her family if need be. Many Christians teach that a man is to lord over the woman, and that is not what the Bible teaches. Historically, marriage
For those of you who feel this way, that is very understandable. I was once where you are. I took a class that taught me how to understand the Bible. Today, I do not recommend that class because of the error in it. I have had three other classes since, and while each one was
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Before I really get into this, I ask you to read all the way to the end of this article to see the heart of what I am teaching! This title is a good question, but depending where you are from in the world determines how it is answered. In the Western Hemisphere [even in
There are topics that could fill a booklet. To write an article covering every place where forgive, forgave, forgiving, forgiveness, and other similar words would fill a booklet. Today, I will touch only on a few, which I hope bless your life as they have mine. Also, I was asked a question by a believer
Many, many things have pagan roots, even words we use every day. I recently wrote an article, which will also be helpful in understanding this topic more fully. It is titled, Why Celebrate Christmas in December? Click on the title to read it. It is just two sentences longer than two pages and will help
Recently a family member approached me, about someone in the family thinking that we should never defend ourselves, under any circumstance, even war. I was told, that another member of our family felt, that I do not know God [as well as others in our family who are deeply rooted in the Word of God] or I would have laid down my rifle and tried to share the Bible first with the enemy soldiers in Vietnam.
That is a good question. There is more than one way to get faith. Two Jewish gentlemen wrote A Greek-English Lexicon,1 and, because they are not denominational Christians and have no axes to grind, their definitions are not tainted by any denominational bias. They translate Greek words as to how they were used in the
Is he real? Yes! Should we refer to him as the Devil? No! How about Satan? No! Neither name is right. I know you are saying: “Bob has flipped his lid!” Well, I have not flipped my lid. I think God would never use either name. So let us tackle this topic and see where it goes.
The “Trinity” is defined several different ways depending on what denomination you are with. Let us just say, it has to do with 3-n-1 oil: God is God, Jesus is God, and the Holy Spirit is God, and I am my own grandpa!