The next rule-of-thumb for being a Christian also comes from the Day of Pentecost.
After the disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit and began proclaiming the Good News, Peter preached the sermon of Pentecost. Continue reading
So far we have discovered between the ascension of Christ and the naming of Christian’s at Antioch, that several things have happened. Continue reading
A Christian should know the word of God and be able to use it in every occasion. That’s easier said than done but through the leading of the Holy Spirit it is not impossible. Continue reading
Christian is more than a name or term – it is a marked lifestyle that can be seen when you know what to look for.
Acts 2:4 And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance. Continue reading
In his response to Pope Francis, Donald Trump said, “I am proud to be a Christian.”
That leads me to ask “What is a Christian” Continue reading
Pope Francis said this concerning Donald Trump, “A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian.”
Donald Trump’s response was this, “For a religious leader to question a person’s faith is disgraceful.” Continue reading
Last night at church I made the statement that if someone is looking for an excuse to leave church they will find it – they will find an offense. Continue reading
US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was a conservative justice believing the Constitution was not a living document that changed with the whims and fads of society. He believed in the intent of the Founders as his basis in his decisions. Continue reading
But He kept silent and answered nothing. Mark 14:61
There is something about the power of saying nothing. Non-words often speak louder than verbal. Continue reading
I realize this will be unpopular by many people but here I go.
I saw a cartoon the other day that made me shake my head. It was a man telling “Jesus” how sorry he was that he was gay. Continue reading