Two Measures Foolish: Foolish to God for we sin. – Foolish to the world for the cross.
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We will be showcasing the writings of three Christian authors on this blog and we will invite a guest blogger from time to time.
We will be writing about all kinds of Christian apologetics, prayer life, science and many other topics that we think will benefit believers or just regular folks.
We want to be relevant to our times with all the tough questions that many people ask and few seem to have answers for. We all have a deep need in our lives to find out if there is a answer to “Is this all there is”.
Come explore with us God’s creation and see what is inside and outside the box and what He has for us.
“The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” Psalm 19
When it comes to abortion, we are telling this intelligent designer or God, that He has made a mistake.
A poem by Steve Oberhansly, a guest blogger for our Christian Apologetics website.
A very thin young homeless person approached me and asked me for help.
Two letters from a mother to her son who committed suicide thirty years before. I long to hear your voice and share days, hours even minutes with you again.
The results of living on planet Earth under the effects of fallen man.
We live in a day of spoiled, entitled humans including the professing, Christians.
General and Special Revelation have very strong differences that are easily distinguishable.
Are we born not believing in God or an intelligent designer of the universe? Is it something else or a combination of things that comes to a head in people’s minds that helps us make that fateful decision?
What I learned while I battled with the virus that almost took my life.
How do we, as Christian brothers, help the men who would be considered well adjusted? The guy who didn’t have abuse and severe trauma in childhood resulting in addictions or extreme dysfunctional behaviors, the kid who had a relatively stable childhood?
God planted a great number of trees in the garden of Eden, but “in the midst of the garden’’, that is, in a place of special prominence, He planted two trees: the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
By Author Randy Williams. “Can you imagine a being who can come before Almighty God and tattletale and accuse and continually bring charges against the children of God?”
Article by Randy Williams. The foolish are those who had oil in their lamps but none in their vessels. By the foolish in the text, therefore, we may understand those who have the light of knowledge in their heads and the lamp of profession in their hands, but no oil of grace in their hearts.
Charlie lifted off from this planet and universe in the very early morning hours November 17th, in the arms of his wife. He soon touched down into another set of arms that were patiently waiting for him.
This is a blog article and Book Review by John Tarr on a book written and illustrated by Alan Tai, a physicist with a PhD in quantum physics.
If there is a God, how could He allow evil in the first place much less, bad? From our limited perspective, we ask these questions, without hesitation, because of our arrogance and human understanding. Are we qualified to make that judgment?
Turn to me and be gracious to me, for I am lonely and afflicted. — Psalms 25:16. I can’t blame anyone for my responses to being wronged here on earth. They are my free will choice.
Many scientists say evolution is a done deal. Is it really? To this day scientists have not been able to produce life coming from non-life even in the most perfect conditions in laboratories the world over.
“Casting My Dice with Jesus” By Randy Williams. This may sound a bit corny, but you only have one chance at eternal love. Putting ALL my eggs in one basket!
How hard is it for you to admit you are wrong about something? How about admitting that to those close to you? Let’s face it, admitting you have been wrong takes a certain amount of humility. Your self-esteem takes a real hit.
“Every Good and Perfect Gift” James 1:17. Humans are a funny bunch. For the most part, they don’t know what they have until they lose it and they don’t have a real appreciation for the value of something until it’s gone.
“What Are the Benefits of Being Grateful?” by author John Tarr. When you are sad, lonely, angry or depressed how does this help?
“Our Personal War in This Life” by author Randy Williams. The nature of the war affects many or all aspects of a human. We are surrounded with the same destructive temptations Christ was presented with by His enemy and our enemy.
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