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Spiritual Law of Faith and Action

Faith is not something we merely possess; rather, it’s something we use. Unless we act, our faith produces nothing, has no value and essentially is dead (Jas 2:17). In the Greek language and the New Testament, there is no distinction between faith as a belief and actions prompted by belief. Exactly the same Greek noun Read More…

Not Afraid of Evil

I’m very aware of the evil growing in our nation but I will not be afraid of evil or shaken by it. My faith and confidence are focused on God, not myself or the government.

Spiritual Law of Action and Results

Every human being has a measure of spiritual authority as a result of being God’s image and likeness. That authority increases significantly when we’re born again and continues to increase as we mature spiritually and learn to use it appropriately. Because of our authority, we can initiate action in our domain and expect the desired Read More…

Personal Responsibility

“While Scripture shows that we should pattern our lives after those who are more mature in the faith, it’s also clear we’re ultimately responsible for our own growth, maturity, attitudes and behavior.” — A quote from the book, “A Biblical Perspective of Self-Defense and Civil Disobedience.”

Champions of the Faith

The champions of the faith were ordinary people, but how they responded to their trials is what makes them our heroes. Remember this when you face your own trials, because how you respond will impact other people.

Protecting Your Relatives

“‘If anyone does not provide for his relatives, and especially for his immediate family, he has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever’ (1 Tim. 5:8)…. To suggest this applies only to material needs such as food and clothing but not to something as fundamental as protection from danger seriously distorts the value Read More…

Suffering in Trials

“God uses our suffering in trials to prove our faith genuine and to bring praise, glory and honor when Jesus is revealed. If we try to protect ourselves from trials, we abort this process.” — A quote from the book, “A Biblical Perspective of Self-Defense and Civil Disobedience.”