It's been quite an unexpected experience to watch the church across the globe define grace on their own and decide on their own who has fallen from God's grace. It happens very often that a church group decides that one sin is greater than another; that sin, in their opinion, is unforgivable; or that one … Continue reading Fall from Grace
Category: Righteous Living
Doing Good – Experiencing God
Life has its difficulties, and doing good can seem fruitless. These are two truths that most of us can attest to. But we have a good end in sight! I often recall memories of my mom with her grandkids. They always wanted to be at my mom's house because it meant all of them would … Continue reading Doing Good – Experiencing God
The Body of Christ … Who Are We?
I have given God so much thankfulness for true friends who have walked with me through difficulty. When my mother passed away and when I had brain surgery - the difficulty was much. There were friends who came to wherever I was and cooked for us; cleaned for us; gave us their time; made us … Continue reading The Body of Christ … Who Are We?
Walk in a Manner Worthy …
There should be a difference in us if we have truly been called by The Lord and have heard His voice. It occurs to me that the Christians of today allows for us to live half heartedly for Christ. If pastors have affairs, we say that they are only men. When Christian politicians fall, we … Continue reading Walk in a Manner Worthy …
Go With Him … It’s Always the Right Way
When we are little children, right and wrong are so very simple. Just do what parents allow and abstain from what they prevent. Stop when they say stop and proceed when they approve. This is not always so simple when you grow up. There are foundational dos and don'ts out of Exodus: no idols, no using … Continue reading Go With Him … It’s Always the Right Way