Modern day Christians often gloss over the term Messiah without fully appreciating its depth and import, stemming from the Old Testament.
In the economy of God, there truly is wisdom in folly. If you really want to be wise you should become a fool. A fool for Christ. A fool for the cross.
Hard times and impatient times are covered in The Red Sea Rules written by Robert J. Morgan which covers the Hebrew journey from Egypt recorded in Exodus.
We love a good scandal, don’t we? It’s not just limited to “scandal sheets” like the National Enquirer or shows like TMZ; even the mainstream media outlets enjoy it when a good, juicy scandal appears, because it will drive sales and boost viewership. When a scandal erupts – a Hollywood star or popular politician gets caught cheating on his or … Read More
In that sense, Easter is the greatest joke in history – not because it isn’t an authentic historical event, but because it caught everyone by surprise. The resurrection of Jesus was the surprise ending of Holy Week – the unexpected twist that caught everyone off guard.
Dr. Chuck Fuller examines why the Good News often comes to those who need it most. Jesus came for the desperate, not the self-sufficient.
Christmas 1933 was a challenging financial time in the midst of the Great Depression, and it was no different in the city of Canton, Ohio. So it grabbed the attention of many when the local newspaper ran a story reporting that a Mr. B. Virdot was promising to help 75 of the community’s neediest families if they would write a … Read More
I’d rather live than die to go to Heaven. We will be resurrected in Christ, but we still have to die and life would still continue on earth.
A dull mist creeps along the walls of the cave. The wisps meld with the ghostly shadows cast from few remaining streams of light creeping through the crevices of the entranceway. ephesians Concealed within the cavern lurks the unmistakable stench of death emanating from the cold, unmoving object sprawled in the floor. Coated with perfumes rendered ineffective by four days … Read More