Last Sunday our pastor preached about the spread of spirituality in our nation. People are becoming more spiritual; that’s why in the class I am teaching on Wednesday night, “Share Jesus Without Fear,” the first question you ask is: “Do you have any spiritual beliefs.” It is important to take a person’s “spiritual temperature” to see what’s going on inside. I want to know a person’s beliefs, get them to enunciate them, and then we can ask them about Jesus, heaven and hell, and the afterlife.
Responding to yesterday’s devotional, a devoted reader wrote:
Did the National Review Online actually endorse John McCain over J.D. Heyworth?
Here’s Mark Levin’s take on the whole subject from his Facebook page:
In this day and age of appetite suppressants and obesity, the last thing most Americans need is an increased appetite. Physically speaking I definitely don’t need my appetite increased.
I have the best family a man could ever ask for; an adoring wife and two loving daughters, a wonderful son-in-law and the most precious grandson in the whole world.
This past Father’s Day was incredibly special to me and I just had to go on Mark Levin’s show and brag on my family. You can hear the call at the link below:
NOTE: We had six guesses for Dwight D. Eisenhower and one for Gerald Ford. The book I got the quote from attributed it to Ford; however, the Ford respondent did some research and found that it was Ike who actually said it during WWII. A copy goes to our first Ike respondent and to the Ford respondent for her diligence to pursue the truth.
NOTE: Truly I was not fully conscious when I wrote yesterday’s email/devotional. Mike is not in Afghanistan; his location is not important only his mission. Wendy is not the name of the wife of Keith Green; it is Melody. I knew better on both accounts; I plead lack of sleep.
NOTE: I awoke just after 1 am this morning with only 3 hours of sleep under my belt with the strong feeling God wanted to show me something. He did indeed! Mike Felan is a member of our church and is deployed to Afghanistan. He has basically started a church on their new bare bones base and one of the young men he is ministering to struggles with the deity of Christ. Mike sought me for some insight on this and here is my answer to him. Please keep Mike Felan in your prayers…
Praise God Bro Mike for your email; now I understand why God awoke me at 1 am. It was to answer your wonderful email!
Is it possible for America to become a great nation once again? Only if it become righteous and righteousness must begin with the church first and then our communities will be changed. Christians pray for revival in America, pray that revival will come to our civic leaders and they know not what they are praying.
An old proverb passed down to modern times says that desperate times call for desperate measures.
If Wednesday night’s interview with Mark Levin wasn’t enough to verify the Left’s fears and Beltway dumditry (dumb pundits pontificating), wait until you hear Sharron on Rush Limbaugh’s show as she’s interviewed by Mark Belling.
I won’t tell you when it happens, but for those of you who fear us Bible-thumpers taking over America, your fears of Sharron are fulfilled. She actually, on the air and live and everything, gives God glory and…
It is easy to want to give up when wickedness encircles us. At times we want only a peaceful existence unattached to the world. We who know Jesus as Lord and Savior long to be with Him in glory. David felt this way many times and he wrote in particular about one wicked man who went to Saul to tell him David’s whereabouts. David minced no words in his condemnation:
The Dems and Beltway Dumdits are trying to paint Sharron Angle as a right-wing wacko.
It seems like forever since we last talked. This week has been something else from fighting vertigo to watching Sharron Angle’s great victory in Nevada. Last night as I went to bed very early feeling exhausted the Lord put something on my heart to write about this morning and it includes Sharron. Oh this is not going to be about politics; it’s about the Great Commission.
No, this is not a tribute you the John Lennon’s song. This blog does not tout humanist drivel.
No, Imagine is the title of Steve Deace’s latest splendid blog post.
I went on KXNT with the Tea Party Express in Las Vegas to tell Nevada voters why I support Sharron Angle.
I also called out Sue Lowden, called her shameless, for her questioning Sharron’s Christianity, implying that Sharron supports Scientology.
Many Christians have for their life verse Proverbs 3:5-6:
I want to share part of a response I received to Friday’s devotional. The respondent shared three possible conclusions we could have towards a brother or sister in Christ who is “in favor of some policy that makes perfect sense to (them), but that I know beyond the shadow of a doubt would have massive horrific unintended consequences.” The conclusions are: