Judas

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Judas

by Joshua Arnold

Judas mourned more for his sin than most professing Christians do today. Not only did he mourn, but he paid restitution by giving back the 30 pieces of silver. He was deeply convicted of his sin, and did not make any excuses for it like most professing Christians do today. He didn’t say “well, God knows my heart”. He made no excuse for his sin whatsoever. Yet, Judas will be cast into the Lake of Fire. Read the rest of this entry

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Is climate change the result of human activity?

It is believed by many that climate change is caused by human activities such as the use of fossil fuels.  Others disagree with this assessment and believe that humans can’t affect climate.  I have read arguments on both sides of he issue and I have noticed that both sides have one thing in common.  Neither side looks to the Bible for answers to the question.  That is unfortunate because the Bible has a lot to say on the subject. Read the rest of this entry

Things I have read on the internet – 89

My latest list of good internet articles.

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Is polyamory next?

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Is polyamory next?

by Ken Ham

“Princeton University professor Robert P. George warned in ‘Is Polyamory Next?’ for The American Interest in 2015 that homosexual ‘marriage’ opens the door to marriage that includes more than two persons.”

“‘If gender doesn’t matter for marriage, they ask, why should number matter?’ he asked. ‘If love makes a family,’ as the slogan went when the cause being advanced was gay marriage, then why should their family be treated as second class? Why should their marriage be denied legal recognition and the dignity and social standing that come with it?” Read the rest of this entry

How to support LGBTQ kids

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How to support LGBTQ kids

by Ken Ham

In California, “…teacher[s] would be ordered to undergo training on how to support kids who identify as LGBTQ.”

The best way to support them is to teach them the truth about where they came from—that God created the universe and all life including the first two people, created male and female (Genesis 1:27). And God created the first marriage: one man and one woman (Genesis 2:24). Read the rest of this entry

Envy

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Envy

by Zach Whitsel

When I was a teenager, I used to ride the bus to school most of the time. I became pretty good friends with another guy on the bus during that time. We didn’t have any classes together at school but we had a lot of interests in common, and we had a great time sharing a bench on that bus every week! Read the rest of this entry

A heretical church

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A heretical church

by Joshua Arnold

My story of when I was a member of a heretical church.

I’ve had this jersey for nearly a couple years now. It’s a Church of Christ softball league jersey, and it belongs to me. We were allowed to choose the name we wanted, and whatever number was available. I chose Romans 9 for obvious reasons, but there is more to the story than this. Read the rest of this entry

Some Important Things to Realize

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Some Important Things To Realize

by Lester Peoples

We are living today in a very different and complex World, being divided and strained to its limits by the very Adversary of God! His name was Lucifer, but today is known as Satan! I hear man’s words of deception say they believe everything is a god you want it to be. There is no hell, but it’s only a word, to scare man into submission into his New World Order way of thinking! God Almighty created hell for Satan and his followers calling him A Liar from the beginning, and the father of all lies! Every man shall be held in accountability as to his word and action as God has written in His holy Word, His bible. God places certain men in power and can remove them as well, at His desire. Ask Bibi, the leader of Israel today. Read the rest of this entry

I certainly don’t hate you

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I certainly don’t hate you

by Blaine Michael Seman

If you are gay…I certainly don’t hate you. Just the opposite, I love and care about you.
If you are sexually immoral…I certainly don’t hate you. How could I? I was sexually immoral in my thoughts.
If you are a drunkard…I certainly don’t hate you..
How could I? I was a drunkard.
If you are a liar…I certainly don’t hate you. How could I? I was the biggest liar ever. I broke all of God’s commandments Jam 2:10. I am the worst of the worst. I am the chief of sinners, a vile wretched man…BUT
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Esther

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Esther

by Levi Smith

She went in a woman and came out a concubine.

Esther is an incredible story of our gracious God rescuing a His children from impending destruction; but the beginning of this story starts with tragic details of the abuse of women.

King Ahasuerus ordered his own wife, Vashti, to be paraded in front of his men and people because of her beauty. When she refused his command, the men in charge became enraged that a woman would go against their authority. Read the rest of this entry

Advice for parents

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Advice for parents

by Zach Whitsel

I’ve always been hesitant to give parenting advice but having this fourth one has emboldened me! I feel like I’m ready! I feel like I have some credibility now! So get out your notepads, people, it’s advising time!!!

1. All that stuff you got at your baby shower, and all the rest of that stuff that you bought for your baby off of Amazon, just go ahead and return all of that nonsense. Diapers, wipes, and willpower are all you need! #Relax#NotABabyForever

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Emily Thomes

Emily Thomes once lived a lesbian lifestyle.  She considered herself a Christian but only believed those parts of the Bible that didn’t condemn her way of life.  She began attending a Bible study about the attributes of God and as she came to understand God better she also began to see herself as she really was.  Here is her description of what happened.

I was grieved that my whole life I’d been sinning against Him, not only in my dating life but in every other way, too. My drunkenness, my haughtiness, my refusal to submit to what had been plain in His word all along but that I’d denied because I didn’t want to give up my autonomy; I claimed faith but had no concern with what God actually said or wanted of me. I was overwhelmed with the love and mercy He was showing me in letting me live long enough to repent and truly trust in Him. I didn’t know what my life would be like or what I was going to do, but I knew what I was not going to do anymore. It was incredibly clear. That day was the day the Lord granted me eyes to see Him as holy and righteous and myself as a sinner desperately in need of His forgiveness and grace.

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ARE YOU BAD ENOUGH TO BE SAVED?

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ARE YOU BAD ENOUGH TO BE SAVED?

by Blaine Michael Seman

Peter walked with Christ and he denied Christ with cursing.
The apostle Paul heard Stephen’s last words and approved of his murder.
Manasseh was raised in a godly family and still sacrificed his own son in the fire, practiced divination, sought omens, and consulted mediums and spiritists
John Newton, a self admitted apostate, led others away from the faith.

All the above were saved and changed…but you still think you are too dirty to be saved? Am I right?

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Troubling questions

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Troubling questions

by Joshua Agan

Sometimes I get myself into trouble simply for asking questions. Asking a woman her age, her weight, or when she is due are all questions that open one up to trouble!

But some troubling questions are worth asking.

The most troubling question I have found is asked by Jesus in Luke 6:46, where he pointedly asks, “Why do you call me Lord, but do not the things which I say?” Read the rest of this entry

Gays and suicide

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Gays and suicide

by Joshua Arnold

Suicide attempts are significantly more common in the LGBT community than with heterosexuals (3 times more likely with the LGBT youth than with the heterosexual youth), and many in the LGBT community would like to blame heterosexual culture for this, saying that society bullies and shames them. They would like to find a reason outside of themselves for the frequent triggering of suicide in their community. Read the rest of this entry

The grace of God

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The grace of God

by Joshua Arnold

Sometimes our heads get so clouded by our circumstances and failures that we lose sight of the grace that God has worked into us, and in poor judgment we conclude that we have no grace at all, and never did in the first place.
This is cruel, and this is foolish.

We become like a person that’s tearing their house apart to find their phone, all while their phone is in their hand the whole time. Just because they didn’t see it, it doesn’t mean they didn’t have it. Read the rest of this entry

Things I have read on the internet – 88

My latest list of good internet articles.

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Falling into sin

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Falling into sin

by Joshua Arnold

Falling into sin at times during my walk has been one of the most miserable experiences of my life. I abhor it, and can’t believe how much carnality is settled at the bottom of my heart, never going noticed until I am hit and shook, and suddenly all of that sediment at the bottom of my heart clouds the whole heart like a glass that had muck at the bottom, and then clouds all the water after it is shaken. I see all that hidden sin that never showed itself when everything was going smooth. Read the rest of this entry

Rainbow colors

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Rainbow colors

by Levi Smith

Rainbow colors are out in full force this month as our country exalts sexual sin.

But the flaunting of these colors doesn’t make me angry. It actually gives me hope.

You see, those colors represent the long suffering, merciful promise of God to a sinful people. It is Heaven’s signal that God forgives and gives grace!! Read the rest of this entry

Unconditional love

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Unconditional love

by Zach Whitsel

“Who loves me today that wouldn’t love me tomorrow if I changed?” I started asking myself that question back when my eyes first started opening to the differences between ritual religion and simple faith. The question provoked my life so deeply that I even started proposing it to Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons in my path. It’s a big question that leads to an even bigger one.

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