Published by admin on 11 May 2018


Certainly, all who name Christ Jesus as Lord and Savior want to become like Him. The problem seems to be “the process” we all go through as the heavenly Father molds and forms us into the very image of Christ. It is written in Philippians 2:13-15,
13 For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure.
14 Do all things without murmurings and disputings:
15 That ye may be blameless and harmless, the sons of God, without rebuke, in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world.

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Published by admin on 15 Dec 2017


Wouldn’t life be much simpler if we weren’t faced with so many choices each day?  It is amazing how even the simplest decisions can alter the course of our lives.  We can choose to go to work in the morning, or we can choose to stay home and watch TV.  Looking ahead of that decision we can see the results: if you don’t go to work, you won’t keep your job, you will lose your income and become homeless eventually.  Or you can choose to pursue this career or that career with life altering results.  Decisions, decisions, what to do? Continue Reading »

Published by admin on 22 Jan 2016


At the beginning of the New Year I took the opportunity of the time to remind you that you are a new creation if you are indeed in Christ Jesus.  New Year is looked upon as a chance for a fresh, new start, to do things better this year than we did last year. There needs to be more teaching about the “new creature”, because the “old creature” sure doesn’t go away easily. Continue Reading »

Published by admin on 27 Jun 2014


Whether we realize it or not, every Christian is a preacher of the Gospel.  Preaching the Gospel is not only done by speaking.  Our actions speak much louder than words, and if the life you live before others is not in line with the Word of God, then obviously you are not preaching the same Gospel that Christ Jesus preached. Continue Reading »

Published by admin on 18 Apr 2014


Today while seeking the LORD what to write about, I heard in the Spirit, “in due time”.  Now, what did He mean by that?  Was He telling me He is busy and He will get back to me later about it?  No, because He ALWAYS tells me what to write as soon as I ask.  Rather, He gave me the subject matter.  It seemed logical to find everything the Bible has to say about “in due time”, so here are the verses.  Allow me to comment on each: Continue Reading »