by Veronica Neffinger A former satanist has issued a warning to Christians on the dangers of celebrating Halloween. In an article for CharismaNews.com, John Ramirez, who used to be a high-ranking priest within the Satanic Temple before miraculously having his heart opened to the Gospel, shares the story of his personal involvement with satanism and … Continue reading Parents Allow Kids to Celebrate Halloween
Geestelijken van de Room Katholieke Kerk die beweren tot de enige ware kerk te behoren
Doorheen de geschiedenis kan men mensen vinden die in het openbaar beweerden dat zij God en Christus kenden maar in werkelijkheid zouden ze zowel God als Christus verloochenen door hun werken (Titus 1:16). Velen zouden ook beweren dat zij deel uit maken van de Universele Kerk of van een Katholische Kerk, welke als de grootste geloofsrichting binnen het christendom, mits hun meerderheid dan ook de ware kerk zou zijn. Velen van die kerkleiders beroepen zich op het Oude (inclusief de Deuterocanonieke boeken) en Nieuwe Testament van de Bijbel maar ook grotendeels op de traditie. dat laatste wordt wel veel over het hoofd gezien. Traditie mag dan wel zeer populair zijn, meestal heeft het weinig bijbels maar veel volks en heidens.
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by Love God Greatly Over the summer I read an article about Markus Persson, the developer of the popular video game, Minecraft. In the article it stated that Persson had sold his video game company in the last year to Microsoft and amassed a fortune reaching well into the BILLIONS. Using some of the money … Continue reading Life without God is vanity
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
by Dr. Ralph F. Wilson Luke 16:19-31  "There was a rich man who was dressed in purple and fine linen and lived in luxury every day.  At his gate was laid a beggar named Lazarus, covered with sores  and longing to eat what fell from the rich man's table. Even the dogs … Continue reading The Rich Man and Lazarus
source : Radio Pulpit | Ousus Satan's attack can drive you closer to God. That was true in Paul's life. Think of Paul's résumé: a personal audience with the resurrected Christ, a participant in heavenly visions, an apostle chosen by God, an author of the Bible. He healed the sick, travelled the world, and penned … Continue reading Understanding Satan’s role (2)
What’s the Word on it?
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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I was reading the story of Jonah today and it just made me think, “What if I don’t want what God wants for me?”
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Read the Scripture: Romans 6:1-2 Let me ask you a question: Now that you are a Christian -- now that you understand that the grace of God forgives your sins, past, present, and future, that the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on your behalf settles the debt for sin, no matter when sins occur -- do … Continue reading Can we Go on Sinning?
Question: "What was Eliphaz the Temanite’s message to Job?" Answer: Eliphaz the Temanite is first mentioned in Job 2:11. He is one of Job’s three friends and would-be comforters. However, Eliphaz, along with Bildad and Zophar, failed in his attempt to comfort his suffering friend. The sympathy shown to Job in Job 2:12–13 was soon … Continue reading What was Eliphaz the Temanite’s message to Job?