In the 1990s, Richard Dawkins, fanatical atheist and leading spokesman for Darwinian evolution, was asked during an interview if he could produce an example of a mutation or evolutionary process that led to an increase in information. Although this had been known for some time to be a significant issue, Dawkins was unable to offer … Continue reading DNA, Cactus, and Von Neumann Machines
“Emancipation of women is an illusion. Woman cannot free herself. She is not the equal of the man. Only before God is she equal. The tragedy is that her husband will now rule over her. She had sought to rule him in giving to him the forbidden fruit, now he will rule over her. Although … Continue reading The Curse on the Woman, Part 2
"This harsh treatment of women, which is pretty much the general pattern of human history, was not the original design of God. Sin brought it in and it therefore corrupted the original relationship between man and woman, between woman and her children, and made life very difficult." Well, I cannot tell you how critically important … Continue reading The Curse on the Woman, Part 1
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò warns the president that the current crises over the coronavirus pandemic and the George Floyd riots are a part of the eternal spiritual struggle between the forces of good and evil. June 7, 2020Holy Trinity SundayMr. President, In recent months we have been witnessing the formation of two opposing sides that … Continue reading Eternal struggle between good and evil playing out right now
Kathi Lipp "She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come.” (Proverbs 31:25, NIV) I need to make a confession. Promise to keep it between us? For years, there was one part of the Bible I kinda, sorta just skipped over. Proverbs 31. Yep. The wife of “noble character” … Continue reading How to Be Ready for Anything
This is me and my Mama. As Mother’s Day is approaching us, the Lord was highlighting Mama’s to me and he wants to share something with you. A Mama is protective and selfless. She is a person who makes sacrifices for her children. She equips them with skills and knowledge. A Mama provides a safe and secure environment and forgives. She wipes away tears and makes you laugh. A Mama wants her child to grow up healthy, happy and successful. She guides patiently and gently and she sooths fears away. Love you Mama! I wouldn’t be the person I am today without you!
I see the word MOM turn into WOW! WOW Mama’s are amazing! I see Jesus looking at Mother’s with such love and tenderness, as he holds their cheeks. He has seen the sacrifices they have made for their children. There has been a lot of love, celebration…
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Will our heavenly Father allow us to be deceived? Every one of us is subject to deception. Y’shua said even the very elect could be deceived (Matt 24:24). This was also Y’shua’s very first warning when Mixed worship will lead to your deceptionHe was asked about the end of the age. He said: “see to … Continue reading Will YHVH allow us to be deceived?
In 1 Kings 13:10-34, we read the account of a prophet, a donkey and a lion. This is indeed an intriguing chronicle but also a very stern warning for us! What can we learn from this? A prophet being persuaded and deceived by his “believing brother”… could this in any way be happening in our … Continue reading A prophet, a donkey and a lion…a warning for you!
“Jack of all trades, and a master of one.”
There’s an old saying that goes, “He’s a Jack of all trades, and a master of none,” used to describe someone who is good at many different things but not excellent at any one of them.
I don’t have a problem being a Jack of all trades, but I do think we Christians ought to have a big problem with being described as “masters of none.”
Why? Because the essence of the Christian life is to glorify God (or, in the words of John Piper, “reflect his greatness”) and love our neighbors as ourselves. How do we fulfill that call through our work? By doing our work masterfully well and being “imitators” of God’s character of excellence (see Ephesians 5:1).
The opposite of mastery is mediocrity, and mediocrity is nothing short of a failure of love and a misrepresentation of our Father.
Dr. Anders Ericsson, “the world’s leading expert on…
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