Do injustices go unnoticed to God? What happens to the wicked? Continue reading When the wicked win…
Sometimes Christians can easily forget the cost of discipleship and what it really means to follow Jesus Christ. Many of us get into a state of comfort and not realize that our time here on earth is meant to preach the gospel of truth to the spiritually dead (meaning people who don’t know Christ and are not born again). In Luke chapter 9, you can … Continue reading Let the dead bury their own dead
Satan doesn’t want you to exercise… here is why. Continue reading Satan doesn’t want you physically & spiritually active!!
A lot of people think that if they choose to ignore and simply “respect” other people’s religions, the responsibility of making a decision to receive Jesus or not will just simply vanish. That could not be further from the truth, in fact, prolonging the decision is very consequential. Here are a few things that happen when you prolong this decision. #1 You allow deeper strongholds … Continue reading What happens if I don’t receive Jesus in my life?
As a Christian, it’s almost a given that you are supposed to forgive. We shouldn’t be told that we need to forgive, but believe it or not, sometimes Christians need that extra nudge or rebuke for not forgiving. I used to believe that unforgiveness was something that could be taken care of overnight, with a single prayer, or even declaring that you’ve forgiven that person…the … Continue reading The gift of forgiveness
Are you one of those people who is currently struggling to pass a test? Does this test mean everything for you? Your livelihood is at stake, your career, your destination. You’ve either failed at it several times and you feel hopeless, or you’re preparing for it and the thought of it makes the yoke heavier. The anxiety keeps increasing and you’re literally … Continue reading The Make it or Break it Test
Throughout my walk with Christ, I’ve encountered several people in my life who call themselves a friend to me, specifically self-professing Christians, but truly don’t have their best interest for me. Before I used to live on the defensive side, using a micro-loop to see if I was dealing with a Judas Iscariot in my life. Many times we’ve encountered those friends who judge us constantly, … Continue reading Do you have a Judas friend?