Withstanding Compromise

Portrait of a couple in love

We must not think the way worldly people want us to think. We must not act the way worldly people want us to act. Read more

Distorted Gospel

court room

So, what is a Christian to do? Flourish! Where sin abounds, grace abounds more (Romans 5:20). We are in the midst of a great harvest. Read more

A Square Peg

square peg in a round hole

It’s not harmful or unloving or immoral to say, “God’s commands are necessary, useful and healthy for us, they are not harmful. Consequently, they are not immoral. It doesn’t matter what the world says. What matters is God’s truth. Read more

Drifting Away

Neon sign that says "Drift In"

God deeply desires a fresh start for anyone that has drifted away from Him. Jesus even chases after those that wander. “What do you think? If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them goes astray, will he not leave the ninety-nine on the hills and go out to search for the one that is lost?” Read more

Be Still

Be Still - Man reading the Bible in a wheat field.

Just as a metal detector makes an audible sound when it gets close to metal, the Holy Spirit alerts us when we come close to something true. Read more

Don’t Let Me Down – a devotional

Don’t Let Me Down – a devotional – Paul wrote, “O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust.” Paul is literally saying, “guard the deposit.” Read more

Sounds like a fish story to me!

The facts are never enough to know the truth. You must have the context along with the facts before you can discern the truth. Read more

It will be okay

A Biblical mechanism is at work in Acts 20:32. Depositum fidei is the Latin term for this mechanism. Our Christian translation for depositum fidei is “substance of faith” or “treasury of revelation.” Read more

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