Recently I wrote about the consequences of Christians' association with radical right-wing supporters and the anger it fostered in those outside our religion. As a result of this unfortunate alliance, we are entering an era of anti-Christian rhetoric, unlike anything seen in modern times. An example of this anticipated anti-Christian rhetoric appeared this week from
What the world needs today is more old-fashioned Christians. Here’s a reminder of what one looks like.
Proverbs 22:28 says: “Do not move an ancient boundary stone set up by your ancestors.” This verse refers to stone markers used in ancient times to denote land boundaries. If those physical markers were removed, there would be chaos. Our forefather’s had boundaries set by their Christian faith. Sadly, these landmarks are rapidly disappearing. Without these boundaries,
Come to me, all who are weary and burdened – how God’s message is revealed through Jesus (Matthew 11:25 – 11:30)
After denouncing the cities in the area for not heeding his message, Jesus praised God and said, “You have hidden these things from the wise and revealed them to the little children. All things have been committed to me by my father. No one knows the son except the father, and no one knows the father
Wolves in the sheep’s clothing – to avoid following a false prophet or heretical minister, do your research first.
The quickest way for Satan to take down a Christian is through the pulpit. Sadly, evil has worked its way into churches for hundreds, maybe thousands of years. Christians must be aware of ministers who may not have their best interests at heart. Types of false prophets Here are the types of "false prophets" you should watch
Looking for something to pray about? Here are the countries most dangerous for Christians and Christianity (in 2019).
Open Doors creates an annual listing of the top 50 countries most dangerous to Christians. These are countries where Christianity is illegal, forbidden, or punished – countries that exhibit extreme in intolerance and outright persecution of Christians in every area Open Doors monitors. Most of the countries in the list below are located in Central America,