Satan has been defeated, but he doesn’t want Christians to know it. So our enemy, the devil, roams about looking for whom he may devour– and that “whom” is whoever doesn’t know his tricks and strategies. They are perfect prey for attack. In yesterday’s post, we started looking at some of Satan’s devices because it’s […]
I was an 80’s girl. As a senior in high school, I chanted with my peers, “We’re gonna party like it’s 1999” and in 1987, future years like “1999” and “2000” seemed like a time-warp to the space age. But here we are, beginning 2018, and those space-age years are nothing more than history now. […]
Where your thoughts go, your life will follow.
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My recent post, I Think Myself Happy, is still rolling around in my spirit. Unless you study the scriptures more fully, you might have the impression Paul found contentment and joy by only “thinking” happy thoughts. This isn’t true. Paul said, “I think…” which we learned meant to command with official authority. Well, you can’t […]
What amazes me about this story most is what Paul said first. When permitted to speak, he stepped forward and declared, “I think myself happy, King Agrippa…” (Acts 26:2).
I know the title is a bit gross, but you immediately had a mental picture didn’t you? I don’t think I need to explain what vomit is, but I might need to explain why Jesus used this terminology. Both Matthew and Mark recorded Jesus’ rebuke to the Pharisees when His disciples were questioned about why […]
The older we get, the more memories we have.
The more memories we have, the more ammunition the devil has.
Have you heard the story about the woman who thought she was shot in the back of the head, only to find out later it was a can of exploding biscuits? We laugh now, but in reality, we’ve all fallen victim at one time or another to an alternate truth. In this episode of Identity […]