Description: We live in an age where most will take credit for doing good. However, when most fall short, they seek to blame others for their misdeeds. This is a hypocrisy that shouldn’t be a part of a Christian’s character. In this message, we visit Matthew 25 in order to learn from Christ how to assume responsibility with the things God has given us, being good stewards and reaping the benefits of being responsible people.
There’s isn’t a doubt that we’ve regressed as a culture. As an example, consider the ongoing destruction of the English language. When the majority of people prefer to communicate with others using truncated phrases, misspelled words and emojis than to form grammatically correct, coherent sentences, such a development isn’t proof of improvement or efficiency. Continue reading
I’m sure the reader can identify with the following scenario: You’ve found yourself on the receiving end of an unjust act and the person who commits the injustice lashes out at you with utmost fury, as if you were the one who committed the atrocity. It happens in traffic, at work and many other places where human interaction occurs. Continue reading
The title is assuredly contradictory. However, one must remember that, according to modern culture, living and thinking paradoxically is perfectly acceptable. Hence, I’ll employ irony to demonstrate the preposterous nature of modern thought.
Imagine, if you can, a person submitting to a psychological evaluation and then posting the results to social media. To clear thinking individuals who are not surprised by the ridiculousness of contemporary human activity, this will not amaze them. Continue reading
Lack of allegiance to the Biblical text may be the primary reason why so many Christians easily accept what so evidently contradicts sound doctrine. Continue reading
As I write this, I find myself sitting in a barbershop and with a headache that is only compounding with each passing second. Not to be mistaken, I am not here to be barbered. As evidenced by my mug shot above, I hack my own face and scalp. (I’ve been shaving my head since the age of 16. Thanks, receding hairline!) No, I’m here waiting for my son’s hair to be cut to 1950s specifications – the ever-elegant, timeless executive contour. Continue reading
I always find it enjoyable to be around Christians who are simple people. Their character is uncluttered and free from the influence of boorish secular society. It is evidenced by their enduring joy, peace, sincerity, encouraging outlook in life and unwavering devotion to the Lord.
These pleasant individuals ought to inspire other believers whom are complicated characters to ask why and how they are how they are. Allow me to explain what I mean by “complicated.” Continue reading