Monthly Archives: January 2015

29 Jan, 2015

Inspirationally Praying the Word

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The Beauty of the Lord! I sense the intense desire of the Holy Spirit to take a whiskbroom and dust off some of The Lost Treasures of the Body of Christ and present them as brilliant gems to gaze upon. Like a spiritual archaeologist or perhaps something like a modern day “Indiana Jones” of the fabled movies, let’s search thru the treasure chest of God and church history and bring these jewels to the forefront once again. Madame Jeanne Guyon, in her classic book, Experiencing God through Prayer, preserved great treasures for us from the past and we get to bring them [...]

15 Jan, 2015

God’s Trustworthy Word

By |2017-12-27T16:20:56-06:00January 15th, 2015|Recent Articles|0 Comments

Are there any absolutes? Any standards or parts of the moral code that do not change? Most of the world seems to think that we are becoming more enlightened as time goes on, and that this means we must leave old standards behind. In the Western world, “inclusiveness” reigns supreme. If you stand for absolutes, you are accused of being old-fashioned and not progressive enough. Even some Christians accuse other believers who hold to absolutes of having a “religious spirit” and of not understanding true love, mercy, and grace. Well, I guess, count me in! I, for one, am [...]