This page will soon be active again. At the moment, I am in the process of moving my old page, The OYL, to this new location. It will take time to transfer the older content, and some of it will eventually be posted on my other blogs, but it will be kept available for anyone … Continue reading WELCOME TO THE OIL FOR YOUR LAMP
Recently, Democrat Congressmen, Maxine Waters, called for Democrats to harass members of the Trump Administration, telling them that they are no longer welcome -- anywhere. She even went so far as to declare that "God is on our side!" If you are a believer, let me make this as clear as I can: Maxine Waters … Continue reading BLASPHEMY: Did Maxine Waters Commit Blasphemy over the Illegal Immigration Issue?
Apparently, the American Left has found religion over the children caught up in the political issues surrounding the illegal alien invasion of America. Everywhere we look in ‘the media,’ we are starting to find people telling us how God’s Word supports the open embrace of these illegal invaders, and that the President’s treatment of these illegals — especially the children — is ‘anti-Christ.’ If you are a believer, you must reject these voices. It is they who are speaking for and doing the work of Satan, and the Scriptures make this clear. They key is knowing what Scripture says about such matters, which — apparently — these new ‘converts’ do not.
First, it was God who established the nations and their boundaries. He did this at the Tower of Babel. If a nation is to be a nation, it must have borders. A border cannot simply be ignored. This is…
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We often hear others stress the importance of context, especially in regard to studying Scripture, but how often do we stop to consider how much is included in that one little word? Even if we look up the definition of the rod in the dictionary, we are still likely to miss the greater meaning of … Continue reading Context, Context, Context
One of the most important things I have learned from my Study of Scripture is the importance of understanding the context in which the Bible was written. This is a much more complicated question than most people realize. Unless a person has some understanding of the world in which the Bible was written, they can … Continue reading The Biblical World View
Earlier this evening, I had a discussion with a beloved brother in Christ in which my brother lamented the misconception some of his local churches seem to have concerning revival. My brother was feeling broken in spirit at the thought that a church seemed to think they could 'schedule' a revival. Sadly, I agreed with … Continue reading Which Will It Be For Us: Amos And Hosea, Or Jonah?
I would like to share what was -- for me -- has been a major revelation about the person of Jesus. It changed everything about the way I think of Him, and about how I read Scripture. In fact, to me, it is second in importance only to the point where I surrendered and gave … Continue reading PERSONAL REVELATIONS: In the Beginning Was the Logos!