Monday through Friday I deal with different subjects in this blog. I also post my blog to my Facebook page at RFrederickRiddlesWorld. Tuesday’s I try to focus on Insights. This week I am taking another look at Remarkable Insights from Pauline A New Home. ‘At that moment the President was still building his Cabinet, whichContinue reading “Remarkable Insights from Pauline A New Home”
It doesn’t take a genius to see such a future. This is simply a practical outgrowth of the worldwide persecution we now see around us.
Sacrificial love probably comes the closest, but it still doesn’t catch the whole meaning.
God communicated His intentions to Noah and sent Noah out to preach the coming judgment upon mankind and indeed the world. But the world didn’t listen. They went on their way singing, dancing, living immoral lives, and laughing at Noah and those who followed him. But God had the last laugh.
When writing about the persecuted church it might be wise to take a step back and consider what church I am talking about. In this day and age the word church has become a huge umbrella that includes “Christians” that don’t really belong under that label.
But in Europe and across this planet persecution has taken a more sinister and vicious approach. Can we stop it? Not without revival.
Christian authors, whether fiction or non-fiction writers, have an awesome opportunity to influence people for Christ.
The agent has given you his advice and has made it clear that unless you change things as he has described, he won’t represent you. Complicating the matter is the fact that you have not been able to find another agent. What do you do?
Psalm 2:1-5 shows the futility of man’s pride.
Men and women rise to power and all too often forget that it was God who enabled them to rise to their position. While the psalm is speaking of kings and rulers the truth is that all of us are subject to pride. And pride is the underlying force behind man’s rage against God. Yes, the love of money is the root of all evil, but pride is often the source of our rejection of God’s will for us.
Although initially opposed to amendments, he supported the idea of freedom of religion where the government does not favor one denomination over another. He wasn’t afraid of the church influencing government, but rather government establishing a national religion.