You can be a faithful church goer and active in ministry, yet still be in a backslidden state. That was precisely the case of the "other" prodigal son.
Category: Bible Studies
Something that has been made clear throughout the Scriptures is the distinction between the MORAL LAW and the CEREMONIAL LAW. The MORAL LAW is the stuff found in the Ten Commandments-- things like you shall have no other gods, don't worship idols, don't murder, don't steal, don't kill, don't bear false witness, and don't commit … Continue reading Moral Law vs. Ceremonial Law
God has been dealing with me over the past couple weeks on repentance. And he wants me to share with you all what he's revealed to me. This is kind of lengthy. So, bare with me. The English definition for the word "repent" means to feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one's … Continue reading Repentance: A Change Of Mind
God woke me up at 5 a.m. this morning. After I woke up, I sat on the side of my bed, and then God showed me a vision. In the vision, I saw the character Dorothy Gale from the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz". She was wearing her infamous blue and white gingham dress … Continue reading Bewitched
There is a war going on that has been in play since eternity's past--before the foundation of the world. The war has been taking place in the spiritual realm (Heaven), and it is between the Lord God and his holy angels (aka The Kingdom of Heaven) vs. the adversary, Satan and his fallen angels (aka … Continue reading A War from Eternity’s Past
Many Christians struggle in regard to their responsibility as a believer after they get saved. Some Christians believe that once they get saved, they don't have to do anything with their salvation, except "sit on it". They believe that their salvation has been eternally secured, and consequently, they don't have to put in any work … Continue reading Work OUT Your Salvation, Not FOR Your Salvation