It seems we have had everything bad happen in 2020. How can we have an abundant life in this “year of fear?” Abundant life is eternal life, a life that begins the moment we come to Christ and receive Him as Savior, and goes on throughout all eternity. … More 2020: Abundant Life in the Year of Fear
In Revelation chapter 4, John’s visit to Heaven is a preview of our blessed Rapture – our rescue! In this message, we focus on the open door, the command to “Come up here,” the One seated on the throne, and the 24 elders. … More Come Up Here
The Holy Bible specifically describes “sons of God” who leave their home-world and mate with humans. Believers in the ancient astronaut theory suggest that this contact influenced the development of Man. Is the truth out there? … More We Are Not Alone: the Kingdom Prophecy
From the Coronavirus to riots and unexplained explosions, it looks like this is the year that the Bible warned us about. Things are getting scary! But – Spoiler Alert! – I checked the ending of the Book, and it all works out! … More Spoiler Alert!
The first resurrection is the raising of all believers. It corresponds with Jesus’ teaching of the “resurrection of the righteous.” With the Resurrection, the Lord begins to fulfill His promise to make all things new. … More The First Resurrection
“Tell them that I love them. Tell them that I care. Tell them that I am coming for them. Prepare, like a man who has been told he has just a short time to live. Tell everyone that I am coming soon for My bride.” … More The Message: I am coming soon for My bride
During this time of the plagues and the Great Pause, where is our hope? Jesus is the fulfillment of the hope of Passover. He is the Lamb of God, sacrificed to set us free from bondage to sin. … More Resurrection Day: Hope in the Year of the Plagues
Many philosophers have speculated on the ways in which a friendly civilization might interact with humankind. What new light could an alien race bring to Man? Could they save us from destruction? Has First Contact already taken place? … More The Devil’s Tower or God’s Mountain?
The problem with the philosophy of “All You Need Is Love” is that having a strong desire for another person isn’t necessarily love. How can we love everyone? How can we love the unlovable?
We can only do it through the Holy Spirit. … More All you need is His love
The metaphor of a clockwork universe describes a machine governed by the laws of physics. In other words – it is designed. Natural law explains the biblical teaching that people know that there is a moral order over the world. … More Our Clockwork Universe and the Final Judgement