Category Archives: judging

I don’t like the “The Snack” because God’s not a snack, but life’s main course.

Anybody can show tolerance, but the risen Jesus Christ, alone, offers transformation! Jesus didn’t come to celebrate our fallen condition, but to set us free from it! To judge is to either condemn or to approve. The living Jesus wants to … Continue reading

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Why do so many people who self-righteously proclaim themselves to be “tolerant” randomly condemn people (and things) to Hell by throwing around the word “damn”?

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It is unreasonable to expect everybody to agree with what we believe, say, and do. However, life works better if we show love rather than hostility to those who disagree with us.

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Noah — Rock Stars, Wickedness, Flooding, Abortion, The “Curse Of Ham,” & Monotheism

Noah is a 21st Century Hollywood movie directed by Darren Aronofsky and staring Russell Crowe.  It is an entertaining and gripping story.  I desperately needed to go to the bathroom (after seeing all that water) but I choose to sit, glued … Continue reading

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When a culture continually casts God’s commandments into denial river, it causes confusion, conflict, and eventual collapse.

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An interview with Paul of Tarsus

(An interview with Paul of Tarsus based on 1 Corinthians chapter 14.) Me: “So, Paul, who can prophesy?” Paul: “You can all prophesy.” Me: “What happens if everybody prophesies?” Paul: “If an unbeliever or an inquirer comes in while everyone … Continue reading

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If you agree with the Bible that some human behaviors are morally wrong, it doesn’t mean that you “hate” or mistreat people who do those behaviors.

After I posted the title of this post as a complete post, a book by Leonard Ravenhill that I started reading more than a year ago, but never finished, caught my eye. I felt a Spirit-prompting: “Pick it up, there … Continue reading

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