Do You Dream In A Specific Color?

When you look at the voting map of the United States for the presidential election, it shows you just how united America really is. The divide represents more than just two candidates, it represents different mindsets regarding what is most important, right, and humane. The name United States is more representative of a vision or... Continue Reading →

A Reason To Celebrate

The Democrats are victorious. But I pose the question…was this a victory for the Church? Did this add anything more to the victory already handed to us in Christ? If Christians are excited…why? If Christians are disappointed …why? I get the people dancing in the streets and the celebrating. It is not so much about... Continue Reading →

The Power of Giving the Love You Need

Have you heard the expression, “you can’t love someone else until you first love yourself?” This saying can mean a lot of things depending on who you ask. Thinking on this saying recently, in context of scripture, and spiritual truth, I see its validity. Until you can honestly deal with who you are, and why... Continue Reading →

Reminded of The State of The Union

Yesterday, I went out cycling for some exercise at a nearby park. Upon finishing and returning to the parking lot, I entered a conversation with a fellow biker unloading his bike. He came over to my car as I racked my bike to continue the conversation.  He was an older white guy in his mid-sixties.... Continue Reading →

Answering The Call to Life

If you can go days without praying or you don’t pray at all, you are most likely not fully engaged with the most important facets of your life. I say this because there is a spiritual war going on for your soul, and for control of the masses. Every moment of this current age is... Continue Reading →

Making The Choice To Be Human

To treat someone humane means to treat someone as you would want to be treated. It means to show others the same sympathy, consideration, and regard you desire for yourself. Any time you fail to show this to another person, in that moment, you are being inhumane. I know what it is like to be... Continue Reading →

A Message for American Church Folk

Recently, one of my brother’s in Christ posted a message on Facebook regarding the ongoing segregation witnessed in churches across America. He cited the 1960s quote by Dr. King, “the most segregated hour in this nation is Sunday at 11:00 am.” This whole topic of the church being segregated is due to social engineering, which... Continue Reading →

The Value of Human Life

As I look at the public policy practiced by the United States throughout history, I see a consistent pattern of mass dehumanization. This practice of dehumanization isn’t just an American characteristic, it is the spirit of this current world system. Due to the extreme human right violations that were tolerated in the 20th century and... Continue Reading →

When Loving Gets Difficult

Love endures long and is patient and kind; love never is envious nor boils over with jealousy, is not boastful or vainglorious, does not display itself haughtily. It is not conceited (arrogant and inflated with pride); it is not rude (unmannerly) and does not act unbecomingly. Love (God’s love in us) does not insist on its own rights or its own way, for it is not... Continue Reading →

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