Category Archives: Prophets
All that’s happening. All the questions. And shut-in or locked out, we finally find ourselves with time to wonder.
QUESTIONS: With so much happening, right now on a day to day basis, I am (like many, I’d presume) receiving emails, texts, phone calls, etc. – getting lots of questions, and inquiries re how I feel about things, what I’ve … Continue reading →
“The whole truth and nothing but the truth” Sgt. Joe Friday, TV’s “Dragnet” detective, asked and expected this of the folks he would interrogate (along with “Nothing but the facts”) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragnet_(1951_TV_series) Our Lord expects nothing less than this of … Continue reading →
There are prophets in the land, always. God has ordained that. For anyone leaning towards cessationism (believing that the supernatural ceased when the canon of scripture was complete) – Paul in 1 Cor 13:8 is telling us that prophecy will … Continue reading →
Exodus 20:5-7 5 you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children to the third and fourth generations of those … Continue reading →
Stick with me through this writing, please. It is a somewhat long, weighty and perhaps complicated, but it is exciting and it is current. And it is critical not only to our understanding of events (including even WHEN our … Continue reading →
I am not in agreement with noted theologian John Walvoord’s position regarding several key doctrines (once-saved-always-saved, dispensationalism, church rapture timing, etc.). Nonetheless, I greatly respect and honor this learned man of God and truly appreciate all the good that he … Continue reading →
Our Lord, in Matthew 5, advised us New Testament believers that even the smallest punctuation mark of the complete law (“nomos”) of God would be fulfilled. He in fact warned us not to think otherwise. Sounds like He understood beforehand … Continue reading →
NATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY – aka when and how God addresses a rebellious society – particularly a rebellious covenant nation. And the Yom Kippur invitation, to all, to personal and national repentance.
UPDATED June 8, 2020 – Amidst a covid world plague and severe national trouble. Other than some warranted grammatical improvements and an added word or two to flesh things out or clarify a bit, this article is unaltered from its … Continue reading →
Jeremiah is often referred to as The Weeping Prophet because his message, of upcoming captivity and judgment for the most part went unheeded, mocked, and/ignored, until it came to pass. Expectedly, his personal life involved persecution and suffering, as his … Continue reading →
I recently received a communication from someone who declared Hurricane Irma “evil” – implying it was something to war against in our spirits, something to pray against. As praying folks, and as the people of God, it’s our … Continue reading →