Warning Against Others, Part 33: Who Or What Did The Apostle Paul Warn Against? Part 2: The Book of Romans

Today’s Warning Against Others blog discusses Romans almost as a whole. There are some verses which I will post at the end of this blog which, if you are following along in your Bibles, will be found in Chapter 16 of this book. However, I want to discuss with you the many things which Paul… Continue reading Warning Against Others, Part 33: Who Or What Did The Apostle Paul Warn Against? Part 2: The Book of Romans

Prayerful Thursday: Joe Biden And Kamala Harris

A while back, I published a Prayerful Thursday for Joe Biden and Kamalah Harris which I had made some changes to when it was just a draft which I deleted. You will see why if you remember what I’m referring to in a little bit. To read their biographies, click here. Joe Biden Abby Johnson… Continue reading Prayerful Thursday: Joe Biden And Kamala Harris

Prayerful Thursday: Expossure of Corruption In Election Process

Welcome to Prayerful Thursday. This will be an unusual way of doing this blog because I will not be doing it the way I used to. I only ask that you sit with the Spirit with the research that I provide for you this week and that you pray as the Spirit leads. I think… Continue reading Prayerful Thursday: Expossure of Corruption In Election Process

The Prophetic Parallel In The Elections

Welcome to today’s blog. This is a prophetic blog that I want you to pay very close attention to rather you be a supporter of President Trump or a never-Trumper. The purpose of this blog is to unite the word of the Lord from two different prophetic voices which compare Trump in some ways to… Continue reading The Prophetic Parallel In The Elections

Testimony Tuesday: Faith And Baseball

Welcome everyone again to Testimony Tuesday. Today, we will be learning of a baseball player who believes in Jesus. We will learn of what he’s learned pertaining to his athletic sport he’s choosing and how to incorporate it into his walk with Christ. If you have been guilty of pride, as I’m sure we all… Continue reading Testimony Tuesday: Faith And Baseball

Antioch Series Part 5: Be Like Barnabas — MAPS Global

In Acts 4:36–37, Luke shows us how Barnabas’ trusted ministry began—it began with a demonstrated freedom from the love of things and a heart of love for people. He sold a field that belonged to him and gave all the proceeds to the apostles to use for the movement. In this story, he stands as… Continue reading Antioch Series Part 5: Be Like Barnabas — MAPS Global

Antioch Series Part 4: A Heavenly Family — MAPS Global

Even though Peter had the correct theological stance of inclusion for the Gentiles through the gospel at the Jerusalem council, we find out soon that having the right theological stance can be much different than acknowledging your own ethnocentricity and allowing God, by the power of the Spirit, to search you and fully deliver you… Continue reading Antioch Series Part 4: A Heavenly Family — MAPS Global

Antioch Series Part 2: God Rewrites Our Stories — MAPS Global

In the tests of delay and promotion, Jesus pries our grip off of what we imagined the fulfillment of the promises over our lives would look like so that we don’t reject the promise when it comes. In the delay, Jesus addresses the levels of our identity and self-confidence that are wrapped up in our… Continue reading Antioch Series Part 2: God Rewrites Our Stories — MAPS Global

Testimony Tuesday: Pastor of Dallas Megachurch Steps Down Due To Pride

Welcome to this edition of Testimony Tuesday. I’d like to discuss with you a news article about a Pastor from Dallas Texas who stepped down for a bit, taking a sabbatical. What’s the reason? Pride. This is a first for me. Usually the Pastors are forced out by scandal and then reinstated. However, this is… Continue reading Testimony Tuesday: Pastor of Dallas Megachurch Steps Down Due To Pride

Voting And Pride

Today, I’d like to talk with you about voting. This is not a plea to vote; for I’ve done this many times. I’m also sure that many of you are doing this. However, there is something we need to address pertaining to this topic: pride. I am sure many of you already know this, but… Continue reading Voting And Pride