Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: 2 Peter 3:6 In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. Genesis 7:11 And … Continue reading Willingly Ignorant pt. 2
I started to share this last night, God really laid it on my heart to share the sermon on prayer though, and I must do as my Father leads. I very much enjoyed this sermon, it convicted me and caused me to really examine my walk with the Lord. I of course fall far short … Continue reading This Is War!
For about a week now I have been considering watching a sermon by Paul Washer on prayer but I always seemed to be led to a different sermon when I had time to sit down and watch. Until today that is. After an awesome school day (praise the Lord, I cherish the days there is … Continue reading Slip Away To Pray
Hallelujah! Our Lord is risen! He's alive! Happy Resurrection Sunday brothers and sisters, let us rejoice that we serve a living risen Savior in whom we place our hope, faith and trust. It is the fact that he rose just as he said that gives us the blessed assurance that we too will rise one … Continue reading He Is Risen!
Nibiru, Planet X, The Great Red Dragon - I'll pick them back up next week, but now I feel led to discuss something more relevant, more important, - Jesus Christ. Our Lord and Savior was crucified today nearly 2,000 years ago. I know most folks will say what? Haven't you heard of Good Friday? What … Continue reading It Is Finished
I want to talk tonight about the beginning and the end. Because God tells us right from the get go in Gen. 3 what is going to come upon this world as declared in Isaiah. Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel … Continue reading Fear Not, Look Up
Sabbath ended a few hours ago at sundown, what a blessing the day of rest was. We spent much of it outdoors enjoying the beauty of the spring world God created that was all around us. We picnicked in a local park for lunch and I read further in The Case for a Creator - … Continue reading Christ, the Son of the God
For the first time in days I was able to focus on the Word again, it felt wonderful to spend time with my Father. Well, I have spent time with him throughout this illness but not in the same way - I was so weak and weary I could not read much, and even staying … Continue reading I Will Extol The Lord
Guys, this sermon says it all. Just listen, let the Lord in.
You all know that we have chosen to homeschool our son, that we are obedient to the call the Lord put on our lives, and that we wouldn't have it any other way. It's hard sometimes, most of our family is very critical of our decision, some out right defy and oppose us. But our … Continue reading Teach Them!