Religion

Living as Christians in a Sinful World
As a Christian, we have to live in the midst of an ungodly world, and it does little good if we sit around and cry, “Woe is me.” Jesus did not pray that we should be taken...
A Thought
“Thus says The Lord of hosts, the God of Israel, to all the exiles whom I have sent into exile from Jerusalem to Babylon: Build houses and live in them; plant gardens and...
“Reunion Reflections”
It’s good to go back—but, in reality, you never can. Class reunions. We just celebrated our high school class’ 45th year since graduation this past weekend. Wildman was...
Freedom of Religion
  The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or...
The Grave Is Not the End
When we take our last breath in this body, and the sheet is pulled up over our face, that is not our end! We will live again. There is coming a day when every person who...
The Woman at the Well
In John 4:4-29, there is a story of a young girl who met the Lord one day at a well. As this story unfolds, we see that she is a prostitute and had been living with six...
LEARNING THE WORD OF GOD
Some of us hear the minister or pastor read it on Sunday morning, some of us read it for ourselves, and some of us never read it. What am I talking about? It’s the word of...
“Thanks, Alex”
Alex Dunn. Most likely you’ve probably never heard of this 16-year-old from Fayetteville, North Carolina. But recently he made headlines when he rescued the American flag...
What In Hell Do You Want?
It is my prayer that the title of my sermon will attract your attention, and if for no other reason you will read this out of curiosity. I recently heard a minister ask his...
“The Struggle of the Soul”
In reality, it’s everyone’s struggle. Doesn’t matter whether they’re religious or not; neither is it dependent upon their race, creed or color. The struggle is the...
His Church
  This week, I sat in a man’s office with whom I am acquainted but I do not know him well.  I have no idea what church he goes to if at all, but there was a well-used...
Be Careful How You Walk
  Ephesians 5 begins by telling us to be imitators of God.  We are told of the contrast between darkness and light; also we are told not to walk in darkness.  Furthermore,...
A Thought
In her book, One Faithful Promise: the Wesleyan Covenant for Renewal, Magrey R. deVega wrote; “The sum effect of composing your spirit is that you realize you are of equal...
A Bride for Isaac and a Bride for Christ (No. 2)
The business of finding a wife for Jesus Christ is the most serious business on Earth! A great weight rests on the shoulders of every born again Christian, for it is God’s...
“May We Never Forget”
9/11 No one needs to tell us what that means. Even though those who are 15-years-old and younger don’t remember that infamous day, I’m sure they’ve been taught its...