Category Archives: where there is hatred let me sow love

Christian revenge–using love to get even?

Did Jesus really mean for us to love our enemies? Will we? Jay Tyler and I are two fools for Christ who talk about Crazy Bible Stuff once a week on our YouTube Channel. Check out the episode below: Christian … Continue reading

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“God loves everybody,” but what’s that mean?

Some folks talk about God’s love to try to justify their rebellion against His love. They say things like, “Love wins,” and “God loves everybody,” but what do they mean? Is God’s love a blind sweetness that ignores our faults, condones our … Continue reading

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Love or sentimentalism?

Let’s move beyond sentimentalism to love! If you’re impatient; it’s sentimentalism, not love. If you’re unkind; it’s sentimentalism, not love. If you’re envious; it’s sentimentalism, not love. If you’re boast; it’s sentimentalism,not love. If you’re proud; it’s sentimentalism, not love. … Continue reading

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Taking offense is tacky. (Does that offend you?)

To take offense is to feel hurt, slighted, or annoyed because of something someone said or did. It’s not wise to be offended. Let’s go beyond taking offence and show God’s love to all. We can disagree with people without taking … Continue reading

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When church is so-so, perhaps it’s time to sew-sow

If you find church to be so-so; maybe you need to go beyond church and sew-sow. Beyond Church: An Invitation To Experience The Lost Word Of The Bible–Ekklesia sews biblical truth and practical advice together in a warm, friendly, easy to … Continue reading

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America’s City Named For Trusting Christ

Living during a time period that persistently promotes political correctness and considers the sincere mention of Christianity to be one of its few remaining taboos, perhaps we should think about the city named for trusting Christ — Santa Fe, New … Continue reading

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