Faith comes before wisdom. James 1:5–7 (KJV) If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. 6 But let him ask in faith, nothing wavering. For he that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven withContinue reading “Which Comes First? Faith or Wisdom”
Thanks to http://www.answersingenesis.org, here are actual snapshots of our concluding High School Bible Study class video from the 2009-2010 school year at Calvary Apostolic Academy. Study them and enjoy. Aren’t we thankful for Christian education? This week marks the 3rd decade for our church school. Thank God for 30 blessed years!! Thank you, Dad (Bishop Haymon), forContinue reading “Why We Teach Creation”
HOW CAN WE CLEANSE OUR SOCIAL NETWORKS? By listening to and obeying the Word of God (Psalms 119:9).
GOD’S BEST, HEAVEN NOW AND ETERNALLY, IS NOT FOR THE THIN-SKINNED. In future posts, I’d like to follow this thought: What experiences must we go through to thicken our skin? God’s people have always been tender and sensitive to His Spirit, but rawhide tough to the influences that try to subvert, divide, and weaken. Where are youContinue reading “Skin Thickeners: Approved by the Fire”
Have you hugged your Mother today? Galatians 4:26 (KJV) But Jerusalem which is above is free, which is the mother of us all. In this letter to saints in Galatia, Apostle Paul uses the perfect metaphor for the Church, the Body, the Bride of Christ: The Mother of us all. The Amplified Version of theContinue reading “Nothing More Precious Than A Godly Mother”
More than a denomination, a holiday, or an organization, Pentecost is an experience.
God knows our individual ability to handle abundance. He blesses and distresses us sufficiently, in Divinely measured installments.
I just needed a tiny push, and here I am. My friend, Evangelist Kelly Ventura, from Visalia, CA, highly recommended that I begin a blog. I took that as a complement. When asked “Why I should start a blog?” he replied something like, “Because you could be a source of help and encouragement for peopleContinue reading “Thanks, Kelly Ventura!”