Monthly Archives: September 2013

If Pop Culture Is So Great, Why Does It Say “Cursed Is He Who Comes in the Name of the Lord?”

Of course, American pop culture does not literally say “Cursed is he who comes in the name of the Lord,” but that is the only reasonable inference one could make. Try to say anything in the name of the Lord … Continue reading

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Our Goal Is Not to Reform Society, but to Reform Ourselves

Redemption comes not as the world conforms to our image, but as we conform to Christ’s image and thus become lights to the world. Therefore, if we decry a sin it is not that we might condemn others for committing … Continue reading

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Divorce Is Devastating

Perhaps the documentary described in this article will help people to better understand just how awful divorce is, and that it does not deserve to be called a solution. What divorce really does to children – in their own shattering … Continue reading

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Christian bakery closes after LGBT threats, protests

“The Bible tells us to flee from sin,” she said. “I don’t think making a cake for it helps.” via TODD’S AMERICAN DISPATCH: Christian bakery closes after LGBT threats, protests | Fox News.  

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Quotes on Faith

“Feed your faith and starve your doubts.” –  Unknown (sometimes attributed to Kenneth E. Hagin Sr., Lester Sumrall, or perhaps others) “Prayer is not overcoming God’s reluctance, but laying hold of His willingness.”  –  Martin Luther “Faith talks in the … Continue reading

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How Steve Jobs and Apple turned technology into a religion

How Steve Jobs and Apple turned technology into a religion – latimes.com. This is but one example of how secular man fills his religious vacuum.  That is, we’re made to worship God, and when we don’t, we simply worship other … Continue reading

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