Contributed by Mark Eberly on Nov 11, 2008
SUPPORT YOUR LEADERSHIP
Doing what is right means that we give our leaders support. This does not mean we have to agree with them all the time. In our governmental structure, it also does not mean that we should not criticize their decisions if they are bad ones. We are allowed that freedom.
Contributed by Luis Marquez on Dec 3, 2008
Dos políticos están debatiendo, uno exasperado grita al otro: ¿“Dime cual es ese gran poder que te controla"? El otro airado responde: “A mi esposa la dejas fuera de todo esto.”
En un año de elecciones cosa así pasan. Pero no nos damos cuenta que cada día es un día de elección. Elegimos ante
Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on Jun 2, 2009
Although we cannot conceive either by argument or reason how God has elected us before the foundation of the world, yet we know it by His declaring it to us; and experience itself vouches for it sufficiently, when we are
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 5, 2011
THE UNEXPECTED KING
Just a year ago (on September 16, 2009), an article in The Washington Post began with these words: "The king folds her own laundry, chauffeurs herself around Washington in a 1992 Honda, and answers her own phone. Her boss's phone, too." The article was about Peggielene
THE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY: PREDESTINATION
A few years ago, a movie came out about a boy in Vietnam who’s father had been an American GI (The Beautiful Country). His life was miserable because no one in Vietnam accepted him. He was a half-breed. His mother wanted him to try to escape to America to
Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Mar 19, 2012
Rather than predetermining a person’s FATE, predestination predetermines a believer’s FOCUS—that is, God’s eternal purposes, goals and privileges for him. Every instance of the word “predestinate” in the New Testament refers to some purpose, goal or privilege that God has
Contributed by Clark Tanner on Aug 26, 2010
There is no indication anywhere in Scripture that when a man or woman first believes in Jesus for salvation, God says something like, "Oh, look! We hooked another one! Get out the book and write his name down!"
God is not taken by surprise, God is not waiting for people to
Peter Johnson related this story in the April 14, 1988, issue of USA TODAY.
“Have you ever noticed that sometimes we get angry and remain bitter with people and actually forget why we’re so upset? Take, for example, the notorious Hatfield-McCoy feud.
“It hit newspaper front pages in the 1880’s,