When a Christian is born through their supernaturally imposed spiritual regeneration, they are made anew. They are fundamentally transformed in an instant. They are literally brought from spiritual death to spiritual life. In that magnificent moment of conversion, they are made into what God describes in His perfect Word as “new creatures”.
As new creatures, these reborn men, women, boys, and girls become defined and definable by new parameters, and they are imbued with a new heart, a new will, and a variety of amazing new abilities and attributes.
The attribute I’d like to touch on briefly here is that of new vision.
As Christians, we worship and serve the one true and Almighty God.
That gets cooler to me every time I think about it. I’m sure that you who are also Christians feel the same way. And hopefully that means it gets cooler to you and to me quite often, since we should be naturally inspired to frequently dwell on His nature.
His sheer power is nothing short of incomprehensible to our finite little minds, and that’s one of many great reasons that we have for our constant awe, wonder, and amazement over Him.
That said, I’ve got a natural tendency that I think comes to most of us where this “Almighty” idea is concerned, and when I take the time to consciously check it when it rears its ugly head, I invariably shift into a much higher gear of the aforementioned awe, wonder and amazement. It works for me every time, so I wanted to share just in case it might help you a bit too.
Posted in Christianity, Doctrine, God, Jesus, Theology
Tagged All Mighty, Almighty, Christianity, God, Jesus, Most Mighty, Theology
Biblical truth cuts.
The whole, undiluted Gospel that we as Christians are charged to proclaim to a fallen, God-hating world will inspire discomfort, disdain and, more often than not, open repudiation and persecution from those who choose rebellion in response to God’s command to repent.
This is not merely a matter of high probability.
It’s not a maybe kind of thing.
It’s a certain kind.
As in 100%. Continue reading
Posted in Apologetics, Bible, Blessings, Christianity, Counterfeit Christianity, Doctrine, Dogma, Fire Breathing Christianity, God, Persecution, Theology
Tagged Counterfeit Christianity, God, Gospel, Persecution, Truth
Just imagine if a prominent politician admonished Americans to “obey His will” again…what might that bring? What might it mean?
Glory to God and a fighting chance for America. That, and the unleashed fury of the “progressive” left.
But wait…aren’t we getting that last part anyway?
Doesn’t that pretty much remove any downside? (As if such a bonus should even be necessary…)
Posted in America, American History, Christianity, Culture War, Founding Fathers, George Washington
Tagged 1789, Christianity, George Washington, God, President Washington, Providence, Thanksgiving Proclamation, Washington
Imagine, if you will, Barack Obama, Al Gore, Bill and Hillary Clinton (though not necessarily together – we don’t wanna be too fantastic here), Barney Frank, Ted Kennedy, Stuart Smalley, Bill Maher, Katie Couric and Bill Moyer all gathered ‘round the base of ol’ Mount Sinai as Moses brings down the following decree directly from the mind and hand of God:
“I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery.
You shall have no other gods before me.”
Exodus 20:2-3 (ESV)
Posted in America, Bible, Christianity, Culture War, Democrat, Doctrine, Dogma, Persecution, Ten Commandments, Theology
Tagged Christian Persecution, Christianity, Democrat Party, First Commandment, God, Ten Commandments
In this age of the Obama Cult, Jeremiah Wright-style religion and the rapid expansion of man-centered Statism in America, it is important for all to know that biblical Christianity does indeed advocate racial superiority.
It is a racial supremacy that stands opposed to every core tenant and sacred rite of the religion of liberalism.
Posted in Bible, Christianity, Doctrine, Dogma, Race, Racial Superiority, Racism
Tagged Christianity, Creation, Cult of Liberalism, Cult of Obama, God, Life, Race, Racial Superiority, Racism, Sanctity of Life