Baptism, Satan and the ALS Challenge
Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 2:38am

Okay, in light of a few angry replies to myself recently as I stand against the ice bucket challenge being carried out in support of the ALS foundation, I felt that it was necessary to clarify my position to anyone willing to listen.  Hence I'm writing this blog post.  For those living in ... View More

Powers and Principalities - How To Fail At Prayer
Saturday, August 23rd, 2014 12:56pm

One of the topics I've seen discussed to ever increasing degrees, probably because God wants me to touch on it myself, is the subject of how to handle the problems of this world.  We have abortion, radical Islam, the attacks on Israel, sin, persecution, gay marriage and so many other topics tha ... View More

My Ways Are Not Your Ways
Friday, August 22nd, 2014 5:49pm

I have an interesting little story for you guys and a bit of a life lesson to go with it.  But first a little background behind the story.  Over the past number of years I've been working very hard to get our heads (mom and I) above water financially, and both of us completely out of debt. ... View More

Blog comments now added
Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 4:57pm

For those who have been wanting to be able to comment on any of my blog posts here on the site, I finally have a solution I'm happy with.  Introducing, comments by Disqus.  This is the same commenting system used by a LOT of major sites out there.  What that means is, if you're regist ... View More

ISIS and the Psalm83 Caliphate
Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 10:20am

One of the interesting discussions of late has been the incredible whirlwind advance of a militant group called ISIS, which is short for Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.  Their expressed goal is to create another caliphate, or Islamic empire in the middle east by conquering everyone else and fo ... View More

Eighteen Inches of Repentance
Thursday, August 14th, 2014 12:42pm

One of the topics of late that I've been dealing with in my own life is repenting for the sins I have committed against God, both big and small.  Failures to trust.  Failures to obey.  Failures to do.  It's something we should all do whenever we are in prayer to God.  As hum ... View More

Thought for the Day: The Subtlety of Sin
Monday, August 4th, 2014 8:58am

Interesting thought for the day.  Satan, aka Lucifer, hates everything that God loves, God made, God sets apart, or God chooses, and he will fight against it, twist it, distort it or create fake copycats of them in order to either destroy them or make himself greater than God in some way.So thi ... View More

Mental Hording
Saturday, July 19th, 2014 6:57pm

Anyone whose known me for any length of time knows I love a good auction, bargain, garage sale, or other really good discount.  In fact, if it wasn't for the fact that money is tight, I would probably be at more auctions than I am, not to buy things most times, but just to be there, to enjoy th ... View More

What if you were immortal?
Friday, July 18th, 2014 11:06pm

In the recent Hollywood blockbuster "Edge of Tomorrow", lead character Tom Cruise gains a type of immortality by absorbing the blood of an alien monster, allowing himself to reset time over and over again each time he dies, making it so that time would automatically rewind to before he died so that ... View More

Why Test Us If God Knows All?
Sunday, July 6th, 2014 1:57am

One of the things I've been pondering of late is why God tells us to do something, and then "tests us to see what we'll do."  If God knows everything what purpose does His testing have?  He already knows what we'll do before we do it.  So what's the purpose of our testing? Well, let's ... View More

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