Understanding Atheism

by Adam Hellyer There’s no such thing as a dead atheist. Atheist or agnostic, believer or unbeliever, all are appointed to die once and then appear before the judgment seat of Christ. Under those circumstance, every knee will bow, everyone will believe. But, while atheism is non-existent in eternity, many still hold to it in this life.   Ideas of atheism vary between different cultures and languages, but generally atheism is seen as the belief that there is no … Continue reading Understanding Atheism

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Touch Wood #anticonformity is Scriptural

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What’s the Word on it?

Romeine 12:2
Do not be conformed to this present world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may test and approve what is the will of God – what is good and well-pleasing and perfect.

Some people say there is a lady on her way to visit when a table fork falls. Or a gentleman if a knife is dropped. Others believe that plastic flowers bring bad luck. Some attempt to assert their views by saying “touch wood” and then they touch wood. This has its roots in ancient paganism as pantheistic belief holds that trees hold the spirits of departed people. It therefore really means to avert misfortune.

Or, saying “bless you” when someone is sneezing. It is believed that a person’s spirit leaves the body during a sneeze, therfore others then are required to ensure that person doesn’t…

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Liar Liar Pants On Fire

Real Christianity

         Pleased to meet you

         Hope you guess my name

         But what’s puzzling you

         Is the nature of my game

                                    Rolling Stones

         The secret to the devil’s success is keeping people dumb and deceived by lying his sorry head off, beguiling, distorting, and misinforming constantly and incessantly in an ongoing attempt to create a false narrative and a bizarro world of opposites in place of each other, through willing dupes who see and appreciate the sham rather than the truth.

         (Sound familiar?)

         And once such people have been brainwashed they will fight to their last breathe and final drop of blood for the idea that their perceived version of events and conceptual understandings are the correct version, and that it’s not a mere “version,” but absolute truth from which they will never retreat.

         But the Spirit explicitly says that in later times…

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Did God Really Say?

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There she stood in the garden.  She was beautiful, intelligent and confident.  There was no need for a crusade for her rights.  There was no need for a protest.  She had no use for greed, she was the richest women to ever walk the earth.  Everything in the garden has been entrusted to her and Adam.  The enemy knew that faith and unhindered fellowship with God can’t be defeated.  The Serpent is described as crafty and witty.  The truth is he has to be.  He dwells in darkness.  Deceitful spirits especially The Father of Lies have no place in the light.  It would be too easy to see clearly and expose him for what he is, a fraud.

The Serpent decides, “I must use what God said some how or call into question His Word.  The man and the woman were given everything in the garden.”  The fact is they can eat from any…

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What can we learn from the life of Jonah?

Question: "What can we learn from the life of Jonah?" Answer: Proud, stubborn, disobedient, unfaithful, a grumbler, and altogether a bad-tempered, cantankerous old curmudgeon—this was Jonah, whose name means “dove”! Jonah was the son of Amittai, who came from Gath-hepher in Zebulun (called Gittah-hepher in Joshua 19:10-13). He was the earliest of the prophets and … Continue reading What can we learn from the life of Jonah?