By Dave Daubenmire Note: Just today a reader sent me a commentary I wrote in 2012. Tim Tebow was all the rage. I penned this commentary as I watched our culture shriek at Tim’s bold Christianity. This was written LITERALLY 11 years ago to the day…January 26. What say you? January 26, 2012NewsWithViews.com “America! America! God Shed His Grace on Thee; And Crown Thy Good, With Brotherhood…”America … Continue reading Crowning the Good?
But a natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; and he cannot understand them, because they are spiritually discerned. (1 Corinthians 2:14) by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News In the New Testament part of the Bible, there are two letters written by Paul to the disciples of Jesus who were living in the Greek city of … Continue reading Spiritual Wisdom vs. Natural Knowledge – Why There is so Much Deception Today
What Are Christians Supposed to DO? I was reminded the other day of a statement a friend of mine made a couple of years ago. “Being a Christian is a lot like being a vitamin. You simply have to B1.” Simple statement, but meaningless, actually. How do you recognize a Christian? Does calling oneself a Christian actually make it so? I brought this up on … Continue reading What Are Christians Supposed to DO?
OPINION – Wed Nov 21, 2018 – 5:55 pm EST November 21, 2018 (American Thinker) – Wikipedia defines Islamophobia as the fear, hatred of, or prejudice against the Islamic religion or Muslims, especially when seen as a geopolitical force or the source of terrorism. Yes, many people around the globe who identify with Islam are good, hardworking, loving people. But that’s a separate issue from Islam … Continue reading Is Islam compatible with America? 10 questions to ask
March 19, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Hollywood is no doubt flummoxed by the news that a low budget independent Christian message film is outperforming an expensive, highly touted big studio production about a high school boy ‘coming out’ as gay. Variety, daily staple of the entertainment industry, reported on Friday: The nation’s moviegoers look to be turning out in bigger numbers for a Christian-themed independent film than for … Continue reading Tired of LGBT messaging, movie fans flock to Christian films
The theme of the High Holidays is teshuvah (בהּ ָתשו ,(ְּ ֹa word often translated as “repentance,” though it is more accurately understood as turning back (i.e., shuv) to God. In spiritual terms, teshuvah may be regarded as a practical turning away from evil and a turning toward the good, though it is simpler to regard turning to God as the means by which we … Continue reading Turning to God… by John J. Parsons ZLM Scholar
As a Messianic Jew I am not liked by anyone. My Jewish brothers and sisters tell me that because I believe “in Jesus” (almost none of them really understand what that means) I am no longer Jewish; on the other side, because I follow Torah (as best as I can) and maintain a “Jewish” worship and lifestyle, my brothers and sisters in Messiah tell me … Continue reading Faith vs. Legalism
WASHINGTON — These days, many Christians, especially college-age students, face having their faith in God and the Bible questioned if not downright assaulted. Dr. Jonathan Morrow teaches Christian students how to defend their faith at the Impact 360 Institute in Pine Mountain, Georgia. He knows how tough it is for Christians at secular institutions. “Sometimes they’re going to have a professor that’s going to outright … Continue reading Incredible Proof for Why You Should Have Faith in the Bible
THIS IS THE VICTORY by David Wilkerson [May 19, 1931 – April 27, 2011] “This is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith” (1 John 5:4). Have you failed? Is there a sin that easily besets you? Do you feel like a weakened coward, unable to get the victory over secret sin? But with that weakness in you, is there also a consuming … Continue reading THIS IS THE VICTORY – David Wilkerson Today – [May 19, 1931 – April 27, 2011] – FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 2013
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