Sissy Men

In order to counter worldly influences, scores of parents made the conscious decision to be “family oriented.” This was prompted by many factors, including the grim statistics among second generation Christians. Desperately concerned for their children, parents are now home schooling around two million children in the United States. Like any reactionary movement, excesses and deficits are not uncommon. I

Light Walking

The Key to a Sustainable Spirituality The Bible is very candid about man’s natural condition. Jesus said, “And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil” (John 3:19). Lovers of darkness are of necessity haters of the Light. “God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.” The fact something went tragically

The Sensual Revolution

The Transforming of American Christianity In order to comprehend the times in which one lives, one must have some understanding of history. Our nation’s present state is the result of our past. We are what we are because of the things that preceded current conditions. It is the beliefs and ideas of those who have gone before us that have shaped the present environment. Ideas have consequences. The

How Can Man Be Just With God?

The ancient book of Job poses the question, "How then can man be justified with God? or how can he be clean that is born of woman?" (Job 25:4). From the beginning of time man has been haunted by this question. Creation tells man there is a God. Creation calls for a Creator. Design demands a designer. Conscience tells man there is a God. Conscience, which witnesses of a Creator, has been called "the

When The Lights Go Out In The Church!

The Tragedy of Spiritual Blackout The worst power blackout in U.S. history occurred in August, 2003. It began in the Midwest and before it was over it affected eight states and Canada. Millions were without power. The nation’s largest subway shut down for thirty-two hours. Auto-maker assembly plants and factories shut down. New York City alone lost 750 million dollars in revenue. At least three people

Hell’s Desperate Cry

A Prayer from Perdition In Luke 16 we find the story of how a rich man became poor and a poor man became rich. Here we see incredible contrast. On earth, the rich man lived in luxury while Lazarus lived in poverty. The rich man enjoyed a life of ease, while Lazarus endured a lifetime of suffering. The only thing that these two men had in common was the fact that they both died . When the rich man

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