Purpose in Salvation

1 John 2:2 He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world. Propitiation: wrath of God poured on Christ instead of me Atonement: satisfaction for our wrong reconciliation of (between) God and humankind through Jesus Christ In the doctrine of Atonement, we... Continue Reading →

Prayer Powers

So, I moved recently, and now my commute to work is a bit longer. Before, I use to listen to Chuck Swindoll's Insight for Living while I was in the shower (so, to be honest, I wasn't really listening) and while I got dressed for work, I would listen to Tony Evans, who is one... Continue Reading →

When I Cry

I was in the grips of despair yesterday. My heart ached so much. I felt alone and unloved. Often I cry out to God and it seems like I get no response. In turn, I feel unloved and unwanted by Him. Lord, why do You not reach out to me? I constantly feel like I'm... Continue Reading →

Apolegetic Apostles

Yesterday, I discovered something. Or, should I say, the Holy Spirit brought me revelation. But, before I get to that, let me first give you some background info for what lead to my revelation... This semester, I decided to sign up for two classes at a local Bible college. One of my classes is Theology:... Continue Reading →

The Benefits of Walking

Written below is an essay from a young boy, Anthony. As I read this, his amazing words, wisdom, bravery and love for the Lord touched my heart, so I am re-typing his essay on "The Benefits of Walking and Running" here for you to read – that you may be touched by it as I... Continue Reading →

Describe God

In my Theology class, our professor gave us a 30 minute class assignment: Describe God in less than 20 words. My answer consisted of many attributes and descriptive words, but it was far from complete in trying to encompass the wholeness of God. It really made me think about how to use words selectively to... Continue Reading →

That’s Gold

Little gold nuggets add up to a lot of big gold. All the little revelations that God reveals to us through His Word, through others, through prayer, etc. are like little gold nuggets that add value to our life. The nuggets stack up in our minds and hearts to be the building of something great... Continue Reading →

Today is the Day

After what seemed like a major emotional downpour for me last week, I feel delightfully rejuvenated today. Maybe my rejuvenation comes from praying more, maybe it came from the hearing of God's Word at church yesterday, maybe it came from the insightful Bible study before church, maybe it came from spending time with my parents,... Continue Reading →


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