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Missionaries With Home Field Advantage: “Why Muslims Are Converting to Christ in the Face of ISIS Atrocities”

 A Christian prays with a Muslim refugee in the Middle East who arrived at an undisclosed country with his children – and nothing else. Atrocities by the Islamic State (ISIS) are softening the hearts of Muslims to Christianity, and evangelistic techniques and technologies are proving effective, but locally-based missionaries say the main reason for the […]


*A must read… GospelWorldView FROM, ALICE SU Most journalists I meet in the Middle East are disenchanted with religion. They are spiritually cynical, agnostic at best. Many are unusually humane, intently aware of our world’s wounds, yet invariably critical and distant from any organized faith. I can see why. I’ve just spent 6 weeks reporting […]

Jesus Will Supply All the Strength You Need

For years now I’ve been receiving bi-monthly newsletters from  Laymen’s Evangelical Fellowship International and always look forward to the teachings and encouraging articles. I was especially blessed to see a message included in the most recent newsletter which I had read many years ago, written by Corrie Ten Boom. Even if you’ve read it before, you […]

The Covenant Promise and Reality

“Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. This is what the ancients were commended for. By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible. By faith Abel brought God a […]

Jesus the Master is Returning: Who is Taken and Who is Left?

This is a very good over-all message, for Praise God, our Master will be returning! But what especially interested me was the author’s explanation to a question I’ve long wrestled with concerning who will be left and who will be taken. While I know the most taught view in the west, at least in the […]

The Centrality of the Cross

…Christ sent me not to baptize, but to preach the gospel: not with wisdom of words, lest the cross of Christ should be made of none effect.  For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.  For it is written, […]

Losing Jesus

Profound message at Cerulean Sanctum, hope you’ll read it… Losing Jesus

Jesus Is Coming Soon and “Hagee’s Four Blood Moons”

Before viewing the video at the end I hope you will read the recent message below, “Jesus is Coming Soon” by Stephen Sizer.  In July 2006, at the launch of Christians United for Israel, after recorded greetings from President George W. Bush, and in the presence of US Senators and the Israeli Ambassador, Pastor John […]

Yea Though I Walk…

Good post from Rick Frueh, “… those of us who truly know the Lord Jesus and imperfectly try to follow in His footsteps know that there are seasons where you walk in valleys, and some them very deep. We have faced many giants and have had spiritual challenges that literally affect our physical beings. How […]

Revelation: The Testimony of Jesus

(See Revelation 12) The Key to the Book of Revelation  by Chip Brogden Along with the revelation of God’s Eternal Purpose concerning Christ, there is a corresponding testimony that is declared. Scripture refers to this as The Testimony of Jesus. “And the dragon was enraged with the woman, and he went to make war with […]

Prophecy: Another Form of American Entertainment

Excellent post from Rick at Following Judah’s Lion I Pet.4: 7 But the end of all things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer. One of the most overt manifestation of the hypocrisy and hollow wind within the church is the evangelical construct of studying prophecy. Imagine a family attends a […]

He is Risen

This is a repost from five years ago but the story of Mary Magdalene seeing Jesus and hearing him speak her name, never gets old for me.  The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre, and seeth the stone taken away from the sepulchre.  Then […]

Guilt by Association

Would we judge Jesus guilty by association today? I dare say many would. Now it happened, as Jesus sat at the table in the house, that behold, many tax collectors and sinners came and sat down with Him and His disciples.  And when the Pharisees saw it, they said to His disciples, “Why does your […]

Our Never-Changing Rock

Growing older, the more grateful I’ve become for the truth that, “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever” (Heb. 13:8).   The Eternal Friend It is well that there is one who is ever the same and who is ever with us. It is well that there is one stable rock amidst […]

Israel and the promises of God

From Part 3 in the series, Rightly dividing the word of truth, by Kevin Daly ‘The Old Testament promises a national salvation of Israel, it promises a natural restoration when the Jews will live in peace in the whole Promised Land, and nothing in the New Testament can cancel those divine unconditional promises, and if it […]

If Jesus Stopped by…

Reading over some old items I’ve saved through the years I came upon this link to a post from 2007 at Sermon Index: I wonder what a sermon from Jesus would sound like today? If he walked into your Sunday morning service, what would He preach on? What would the title be? Would He need […]

Quiz examines how consistently Christians are living out the teachings of Jesus Christ

No surprise here… quote: An online quiz started a year ago that examines how consistently Christians are living out the teachings of Jesus Christ has found an increase in the number of believers who are “Christians in name only.” “The results are disturbing, as 1 in 3 self-proclaimed Christians admit they rarely live the teachings […]

“Come and See” – Sitting at the Feet of Jesus

Ed Kimball was a Sunday School teacher. He was rather timid too. For a year a young man who worked in a shoe shop had attended his class every Sunday. Ed felt prompted to visit the guy at work. But as he approached the shop, he decided to come back another time. He was halfway […]

Sing to Jesus – Fernando Ortega

Cal emailed me the link to this beautiful video… Thank you brother!!! 

Jesus – a Practicing Socialist

 An excellent message by Rick Frueh.  It is impossible to read the New Testament and not see the theme of redemption through faith in Jesus Christ. In fact, that is the exclusive theme in both the Old and New Testament. The sacrifice of God’s Son upon the cross provided redemption for whosever will believe. And […]

Does Jesus exercise His divine will upon the earth?

“God’s kingly rule over the hearts of men and over the world may be thought of as having a number of phases. The first is the prophesied kingdom, such as that foretold by Daniel. The second phase is the present kingdom, the one that existed at the time of John the Baptist and that he […]

Quote of the Day…

Presidential candidate Herman Cain, from his 2010 article  “The Perfect Conservative,” Referring to Jesus: The liberal court found Him guilty of false offenses and sentenced Him to death….Never before and not since has there ever been such a perfect conservative….For over 2,000 years the world has tried hard to erase the memory of the perfect […]

Jesus of Nazareth and the Temple’s destruction

This newest teaching from Messianic Good News answers a question which has plagued me for years, concerning the Western Wall… Quote  Not only did God choose to speak through people, but people often choose to speak on behalf of God. How then do we tell the difference between those entrusted with Divine revelation and those spreading […]

A Physician Explains the Crucifixion of Jesus

Now there stood by the cross of Jesus his mother, and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Cleophas, and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus therefore saw his mother, and the disciple standing by, whom he loved, he saith unto his mother, Woman, behold thy son! Then saith he to the disciple, Behold thy mother! And […]

Thoughts from Spurgeon on the New Year

Excerpts from Sermon for the New Year delivered on Thursday Evening, January 1st, 1885, by C. H. Spurgeon, At the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington; “And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new.”—Revelation 21:5. HOW PLEASED WE ARE with that which is new! Our children’s eyes sparkle when we talk of […]

I Wonder as I Wander

This old song came to mind this evening; and though this is a re-post, (I also posted it last year during Christmas) I wanted to share it again. In the season when Christians around the world are celebrating the birth of Jesus, this simple little tune is a sober reminder that Jesus was born to […]

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