The Real Nativity Scene

The Real Nativity Scene Many preachers romanticize the birth of Jesus Christ beyond reality. They erect and present nativity scenes which have a way of making the birth of Jesus Christ more fairytale than fairly told. What Jesus Christ, as God manifest in the flesh, endured at Bethlehem’s manger was to enter world of harsh […]

The Will of God

“The Will of God.” Four of the most intriguing words that can compose a brief sentence which has sparked multiplied thousands of voluminous books in pursuit of the essence of those four words. Why does this simple phrase incite such wonderment and exploration? Because “The Will of God” has at its roots the “why” of […]


LEADERSHIP CLASS – LESSON #2 STUDY TO SHEW THYSELF APPROVED I have come to a conclusion, after years of observing and inquiry of a plethora of preachers, that there are about as many different study and sermon preparation ways as there are preachers. But one thing is certain—preachers must be students—students of the Word, of […]

Shall Pitch by His own Standard

…Shall Pitch by His own Standard…… Num 2:1-2 And the LORD spake unto Moses and unto Aaron, saying, Every man of the children of Israel shall pitch by his own standard, with the ensign of their father’s house: far off about the tabernacle of the congregation shall they pitch. Num 2:34 And the children of […]


THE KNEE-JERK REACTIONS PHENOMENA Recently I was in a discussion with an individual with a strong Calvinistic mindset who was adamant about individual predestination. It still amazes me that anyone could espouse such a foolish and erroneous doctrine especially anyone with even a hint of the truth of the Apostolic faith. However it is, I […]

Prearranged vs Predestination

Prearranged vs Predestination Many times people confuse the “natural savior” with the True “Spirit Savior.” Like the old joke about the man that slipped on the roof of the 6 story building he was roofing and while sliding down the roof slant and to his certain doom, cried out in desperation, “God please save me!” […]