Just a few moments before I received my call from House of Blessing this week, I was reading a passage of Scripture in 1 Peter which reads: But the end of all things is at hand; therefore be serious and watchful in your prayers. And above all things have fervent love for one another, for ‘love will cover a multitude […]
Continued from Part 1 Tom Horn and Chris Putnam, in their well documented and very detailed book, “Exo-Vaticana” have an exhaustive list of verified quotes by Vatican officials. I am only referring to a handful for this article, but as the reader can already see, there is no question about the direction that Roman Catholic doctrine is heading, and it […]
Hardly a week goes by in which there is not a new story to tell in the lives of House of Blessing missionaries. For over 32 months, there have been stories of the many who have found their Messiah Jesus as Savior. At the same time, there are the difficult stories of the losses and the heartache that comes with […]
I have spent more time on the “Suddenly” series of articles than originally intended, but due to many questions in the previous weeks, I feel more in depth information is warranted. Our world is changing much more quickly than most are aware of. I heard someone say the other day that it would be much easier to keep one’s head […]
In this series we have looked at quite a number things that have to do with our walk of intimacy with God. We are going to look at something in this portion of the study that is sometimes overlooked in our day. This is “Purity.” We will spend some time looking at this in this study. We know that God […]
The Parable of the Sower shows four categories of people in relation to how they hear and receive God’s Word. Many don’t come to hear, others have lives clogged up with too many distractions and cares to hear and apply, others are going through very difficult times and can’t find their bearing. But then there are those that hear, understand, and apply God’s Word. They bring fruit, 30-fold, 60-fold, or 100-fold.
The parable of the ten virgins might have more spiritual depth of meaning than many give it credit for. It is easy to pass off some of the details in Jesus’ parables and say that the details aren’t all that important because they are only parables. I don’t believe this and through this series of articles am trying to show this. Even salvation is absolutely free, there are still requirements that God has placed upon our living upon this earth. We tend to forget that this is the training ground and we are just passing through.