"For We Shall See Him As He Is" Practical teaching addresses a very real concern: that of sin in the believer’s life. It seeks to equip the faithful in Christ to have "victory" in his life over sin and to help him achieve practical holiness. But there is great confusion today over what teaching is … Continue reading Practical Teaching
It's come to my attention that some people have been trying to get copies of the "Feed My Sheep" pamphlets that Randy Amos and I worked on together way back in the day. Randy wrote most of those pamphlets with help from a few other authors. I acted mostly as an editor, though I did write … Continue reading Feed My Sheep Pamphlets
Though human government is ordained by God to uphold law and order for the welfare of societies (Romans 13:1-4), God has obviously not always been pleased with what men have done (see Dan. 5; Acts 12:23). It's the same with church government. Just because God has ordained it doesn't mean He's always pleased with what men … Continue reading Babel and the Church
The Trial of Two Races and The Joy Set Before Him a narrative Scene 1 The First Man Tried God loved man. He created him in His own image, breathed life into him, placed him in a garden and there sought his companionship. What joy would then have filled God’s heart if man would love … Continue reading The Trial of Two Races
Some time ago in the course of a normal conversation, someone affirmed that God had set Sunday apart to be a day of rest (a sabbath) and so they had planned a great time for themselves to garden and watch football or whatever it was. At the time I agreed that it sounded pretty good (and it still … Continue reading What’s this Sabbath all about?
A narrative story based on the blind man of John chapter 9 Scene 1 He was blind from birth Black darkness is all he ever knew. From birth he had no capacity to see. Light had never penetrated the man's perception. Nothing but black darkness. Blind. Worse than that, he existed. ... That’s all. He simply existed. … Continue reading Who is the Blind Man?
What is the point of it ALL? Why all of this? Why am I here? For countless ages men have sought a satisfying answer to these questions and have failed to find one. A great many poets and philosophers have come to the overwhelming conclusion that there is no point to life at all. And … Continue reading The Meaning of Life