Decades passed entrenched in great, deep abiding hope Continue reading
(An Ongoing Saga by Steven R. Harrel)
(Taken from concepts found in “This Side of the Whirlwind”)
5 a.m. Wednesday morning January 30, 2008
With the intense similitude of a passing freight-train an immense voice rose, screamed something unintelligible in his head and quickly faded away driving TS straight out of bed where he stood wide-eyed, awake and cold.
TS realized he stood covering his ears, “Wow!” he said loudly, “What was that?”
Such abruptness caused Irene to throw up a protective arm against TS’ wailing.
“Good heavens, TS! Do you have to shout? I was up late all last night and just got to sleep a few hours ago. Go back to bed T. Have a little mercy.”
Gently, TS sat down and was about to sooth his wife’s ire when he was seized by a great power. TS’ arms stretched out behind him as his eyes involuntarily shot skyward and the voice of the Lord enveloped him! Continue reading
We’re going to begin with this true statement:
Our ‘faith’ in God and His Word is directly proportional to how big and powerful we believe or perceive our God to be.
Does it matter whether a Christian truly believes the Bible’s amazing stories? What, for example, would it matter if a Christian didn’t believe the Creation or Salvation stories? Continue reading
Oh folly of man, oh arrogance of my kindred, whilst thou would not humblest thyself in the knowledge of thy God and recognize His greatness amidst the bottomless quality of thy immeasurable comparative insignificance, others accomplish His will whilst thy bosom remains empty.
Written by Steven R. Harrel 11/29/2010
If not 1 Thessalonians 5:9 then it’s Matthew 24:36-41 which causes some believers mistakenly think Noah’s
adventure indicates Believers will be Raptured before the Great Tribulation takes place. Mistakenly some Believers think Matthew 24:36-41 depicts the Body of Christ as receiving a free pass while the sinful world endures God’s final days of purification and trial; however, Christ’s allusion to Noah’s adventure in this passage is there for another reason altogether.
Notice: Continue reading