Showing posts from May, 2013

Happy Memorial Day! Hmmm?

Happy Memorial Day! Hmmm, what a curios thing to say? Is it a happy day? What is a memorial?  Memorial: 1 : serving to preserve remembrance : commemorative 2 : of or relating to memory In this case, it is a day to remember those American Veterans who have lost there lives defending our country, to honor them. Most Americans see Memorial Day as a celebration of Americanism and summer fun. But is that what Memorial Day is about? No, it is not! Memorial Day is a day to reflect and remember our struggles and not forget that all you have is the result of a sacrifice by another.  Let me tell you about a perfect sacrifice. 2000 years ago the Son of God lived a perfect life, He bleed and died as a sin sacrifice in our place, He was buried, and He was raised from the dead the third day (1 Corinthians 15:3-4). Proving that He is the Son of God (Romans 1:4) and demonstrating that the wrath of God against sin is fully satisfied in Him (Romans 4:31). And now God can demonstrate His mercy by forgivi

Protest Sin or Preach the Gospel

I’ve noticed a trend lately that has caused me to ask the question. Are we as believers in Jesus Christ called to protest sin or are we called to preach the gospel? Sin has existed in the world among men since our father Adam sinned against God our creator by taking and eating from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. The world that we live in is a dark and wicked place, but there is good in the world. Much of the beauty that God created still exists today. I have noticed a trend among some of my brethren, especially on facebook that has left me wondering, and asking questions, seeking answers from God in His word. In October of last year my heart was pricked by God over the plight of the unborn. This caused me to do some research and in doing so I found out how far reaching this atrocity is. I also discovered the root cause of abortion in America which is sexual immorality. You can read about this in the blog I wrote called: “ Sexual Immorality Kills ”. This led me

They Eat the Flesh But Do Not Drink the Blood

Catholics are a conundrum and can be difficult to witness too, I know this not from having read what others have written or said, but from having talked with Roman Catholics myself. I just realized the other day what the conundrum I speak of is, and it has come about through a combination of the word of God and my own conversations with a Roman Catholic man, by the name of Mr. Camille, during or time witnessing at the abortion mill.  (Where Babies Are Murdered at the Hope for Women Medical Group, 210 Kings Hwy, Shreveport, LA). I tell you the name of this place and where it is located, to expose to the world what they do, "Babies Are Murdered Here!". The first time I talked to Mr. Camille I made a mistake; I asked him, " Do you believe in Jesus, are you trusting in Jesus?"  He became very very angry.  As angry as I've seen any unbeliever. It reached a point to where I said to him, "your actions reveal your heart, you need to repent and trust in Jesus!"

Review of “How to Answer the Fool”

I call Sye Ten Bruggencate friend and brother, while I have never yet physically met brother Sye and shook his hand, laboring along side him; I have had the privilege of chatting with him over the internet with instant message and interactions on Facebook. Lord willing, one day our paths will cross, because we have many of the same friends, and are both out in the world preaching the gospel that saves; the only way to the Father, Jesus Christ the Lord. Sye Ten Bruggencate , along with Crown Rights Media , and American Vision Inc. have just released an 85 minute long documentary movie on Sye’s approach to presuppositional apologetics called: “How to Answer the Fool, A presuppositional Defense of the Faith” . I must tell you that this is an excellent work and a must view for anyone who desires to share their faith and glorify Jesus Christ in the world. I praise God for this teaching, and making it known to me. In my own one-on-one witnessing encounters and talking with hec

Don't Trust on the Mercy of God

What are you trusting on to save you on the day of judgment? Is it the mercy of God? What if I told you that I am not trusting on the mercy of God to save me on the day of judgment, what would you say to me? Perhaps you would ask me; "What then, are you trusting on to save you on the day of judgment?" My answer would be; "I'm trusting not on the mercy of God, but in the justice of God to save me on the day of judgment." You might ask; "We'll what do you mean by that, you have sinned against God, 'for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God' (Romans 3:23)?" My answer; "I am trusting in the gospel, that my crimes have already been paid for in full. By the King of Glory, God incarnate, Jesus Christ The Lord. Justice has been served!" But I would also add this; "If you are trusting on the mercy of God rather than in the justice of God, you need to test yourself to see if you are in the faith; because if you are trustin

Repentance Is Of God Alone

​In and among many Christians (a Christian is defined, as someone who has repented and trusted alone in Jesus Christ for their eternal salvation from the wrath of God against sin); there are many who speak about repentance, and some who never mention it. I believe that we must get this right, because so much is at stake, an eternity with God. Repentance is very important to God, so important, that in Acts 17:30-31 the word says; “Therefore having overlooked the times of ignorance, God is now declaring to men that all people everywhere should repent, because He has fixed a day in which He will judge the world in righteousness through a Man whom He has appointed, having furnished proof to all men by raising Him from the dead." This is why repentance should be both understood, and talked about, and must be a part of every gospel message. ​Now I believe that the bible declares all men to be radically depraved and totally incapable of coming to God on their own. There is no gre