Violent Vicar of Virtue: How the Apostle Paul & the Tribe of Benjamin Reflects the Transformative Power of the Holy Spirit

Not only exclusive to non-believers, but also including us in the Church, humans seem to have an uncanny understanding for violence, and a notable fascination with it as well. As a matter of fact, some of the most gruesome passages in the Bible have become a beacon for objection from non-believers. If you’re someone who […]

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How Does God ‘Know’ You? Intimacy vs Acknowledgement

If God “Knowing” someone, equals their election and inescapable salvation, then logically speaking, God doesn’t know the reprobate, therefore, He isn’t “All Knowing.” The transliteration of the word “know,” or “knew,” in 2 Timothy 2:19, is “ginóskó.” Another verse we see this word appear, is in Matthew 1:25, which states that Joseph took Mary as […]

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Devout, or Devoid? Believers Concerns for Presidential Ties to Freemasonry

There’s a lot of speculation and arguments going around the Church about if President Donald Trump is even a Christian or not, or even worse, if he’s a Freemason. Here’s something you need to know about Freemasonry, there are hundreds of sects. Some sects, such as the York Rite, are made up of numerous organizations. The […]

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Gratitude Everlasting Development

         It feels like I’ve been sitting on this subject forever, because for some reason, in an attempt to rationalize some of the deeper biblical teachings, I find myself overlooking the essentials. Gratitude is one of the fundamental characteristics of being a Christ-follower. Gratitude encourages humility, and it gives glory to the Lord, where glory […]

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