Decisions

Every decision you make has a consequence is that passed  through each family member, possibly for generations. King David made some unwise decisions, one was his choice to have multiple wives. David knew God’s mandate for Israel’s kings, found in Deuteronomy 17:14-20, “Neither shall he multiply wives for himself, lest his heart turn away…” but … More Decisions

Replace

Most of us are trying to lose weight, and in the diet world, in order to change your eating lifestyle, it is advised that you replace the junkfood little by little with healthy food, instead of taking all the junk food out one time. The premise is to slowly add good to replace the bad. … More Replace

Stop It Now

Have you ever caught yourself making the same comments your parents did even though you said you would never?  Things like, holy cow, I’ll be darned, or you will poke your eye out? We repeat what we have learned as children, even if we do not consciously notice. This repeating of behaviors can go far … More Stop It Now

Made Up Mind

  Everyone is tempted everyday. Why do some handle temptation better than others? Those who conquer temptation have a made up mind. Yes they are still tempted, but their success is due to making up their mind FIRST. David, was a person who had a made up mind. In Psalm 101:3-4 he says, “I will … More Made Up Mind

Servitude

Bowing down once can lead to a lifetime of service. During the temptations of Jesus, Satan said to Him, “All these things I will give You if You will fall down and worship me.” Then Jesus said to him, “Away with you, Satan! For it is written, ‘You shall worship the LORD your God, and Him only … More Servitude

Make a Mark

When I was younger I loved to watch a TV show called Colombo. In one of the episodes the murderer was caught because of his habit. His habit was to mark the label of the whiskey bottle with his ring and say, “Thus far and no farther.” After he killed someone, he left the bottle … More Make a Mark

Addictions

My last letter about the so called “Christian gays” seemed to stir up a lot of emotions bringing up the age old controversial question, “Is a person really saved if they continue in sin?” The bible teaches us to repent, meaning to turn from your sins, yet I have personally seen professing Christians continue in … More Addictions