The late Paris Reidhead was undoubtedly one of the best preachers of the Twentieth Century. He preached this powerful sermon in 1965. I can only imagine what he would say today. As I’ve warned the brethren many times, most have too high a view of man, or as Paris said a “reverence for life,” to
One of the many churches we visited last year had much potential. But during Sunday school, I learned they capitulated to egalitarianism, and so I left. But before leaving, we had an impromptu debate. I used the Scriptures, and their Deacon used the history of the apostatizing SBC. Today I ran into one of the
I’m seeing various Proverbs 29:2 memes posted similar to this. Though we can apply this to our current circumstances in America, this verse is not speaking specifically of America or her politics. And it’s certainly not speaking of Donald Trump. Surely according to the worlds standards, Trump was a far better president than Biden. But
Though I am very appreciative of the many books I have read and accumulated over many decades. But when they are no longer in use, and become mere dust collectors, and/or are doctrinally indifferent, then it’s time to redistribute another box of books, which makes more room for new books (or more solid old books).
As I visit churches in the Bible Belt looking for a healthy and Biblical church to join, besides egalitarianism, I am consistently seeing this anomaly. The Bible is rarely used in their Bible studies or Sunday schools. And is being replaced by corporate publications. For example. The use of workbooks and study guides published by
According to the ideals of our nation, what Coach Joe Kennedy said was accurate but not Biblical. Though we benefit from the constitution, according to the Scriptures, there is only one true God and faith. This post will anger those who have made idols of sports, America, or the constitution. But we need to think
As you know I made a podcast calling out Josh Buice and Paul Washer for their false teaching and application on Romans 13. A fruit of that teaching was the cowardly closure of churches during Covid. Had it been their own private decision between their Elders, I would have remained silent. But what provoked me to
Though I fall short, ever since I can remember, as per the authority of Jude 3, I’ve strived to obey the Hapax Legomenon and command to earnestly contend for the faith (epagōnizomai). But sadly, today, instead of contending for the faith, or giving a defense via apologetics, many wrongfully contend for or defend their favorite
The LORD has brought this wretched sinner a long way from his former false teachings of arminianism and dispensationalism (or leaky dispensationalism). And so, it grieves me to see how many professing confessional believers are truncating important doctrines from their confessions of faith. We saw this demonstrated in how most elders and parishioners wrongfully handled
Based on social media posts and conversations I’ve had with some; it is obvious that many are becoming faithlessly desperate for a better nation. And for most of them, their solutions are not Biblical, but rather are carnal, secular, political, and/or pragmatic. Consequently, I’m seeing a rapid increase of bringing nationalism into the church, and a
Because of the unhealthy state of our nation, I am seeing an increase in nationalism coming in and out of local churches. I’m even seeing seemingly solid pastors share writings or videos from members of religions contrary to the Scriptures. But as I stated in a recent tweet – Though I appreciate a president or
Yesterday I posted a Tweet stating my position on the deadly disaster at the Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston Texas, and while doing so I shared this video in that Tweet. Here’s my original tweet. And below is a comment to that tweet by Roesje @RoesjeWeblog And now is my reply to her question
Día de los Muertos is a holiday celebrated by many Roman Catholics, and this Day of the Dead is also known as All Souls Day. In the below Doritos commercial, Doritos depicts a family visiting a memorial (or gravesite) of their deceased Uncle Alberto. Alberto then reappears and introduces his homosexual “partner” Mario. Alberto’s elderly
This is an exposition of the entire chapter three. Vs 1-6 is the supremacy of Christ above Moses (or any of todays celebrity pastors – aka idolatry) Vs 7-13 is a grim warning of the sin and danger of unbelief Vs 14-19 is the necessity of faith in Christ, and of steadfastly following him.