From a Biblical viewpoint, the United States of America is not a great country. And while its history contains many great acts of good, America is still like the rest of the world: neck-deep in sin. And these aren’t secret sins, either. Not by a long shot. Some of these sins include: Abortion A.K.A murdering … Continue reading Why Hasn’t God Destroy America?
When it comes to talking about Jesus to other people, I’m a world-class wuss. I get nervous, I worry about what the person I want to talk to will think about me. I fear the worst. What if they get angry at me? What if they have a question I can’t answer? What if I … Continue reading Anyone But Me (A book review)
Turns out, you can get awards in the Blogging world. And I just got one! The Leibster Award (to the best of my knowledge) is a award bloggers pass around to help promote each other. Laurel Jean, a fellow blogger gave this to me. Thank you, Laurel! (Go check her out, y’all) Here’s what you … Continue reading Leibster Award? What’s that?
This isn’t what I normally post. I probably would’ve looked up some history about Christmas and gave you a summary of how Christmas came to be. But it’s 2020, so I wanted to give you something different. I scoured the Internet for random facts, so here they are. Consider it an early Christmas present, if … Continue reading Completely and Utterly Random Christmas Facts
You want to write. Whatever it is you want to write, you need to do it. But, you can’t. Something stops you. It’s like a blocker. (Writer’s Block, anyone?) You’d rather watch YouTube, play Minecraft or do almost anything else but sit down and write. It’s like you’re afraid to write. This “Writer’s Fear” has … Continue reading The Fear of Writing
Being thankful? With everything that’s going on?! ARE YOU CRAZY?!! As a Christian, I’d say no, I’m not crazy. We’re told 39 times in the Bible to be thankful. But that’s so hard these days. Even without all the COVID stuff going on or the chaos that insists on continuing or the politics that has … Continue reading How to be Thankful
Dear concerned Christian, you may be worried You don’t know what is coming next. You may be afraid for the future of this country, or the future of your family. You may be concerned for your safety and your freedom. You may fear your rights will be infringed, or worse, taken away. You may have … Continue reading A Message to the Worried
You’ve heard it a thousand times. Exercise is good for you. Exercise can help you lose weight. Exercise can trim your belly fat. We know that exercise is great for us, but why don’t we do it? Allow me to guess some of your answers. I don’t have time.I can’t afford going to the gym/buying … Continue reading The Post About Exercise
In our age, voting for a good president is incredibly complex. With mountains of news flying around and lack of personal connection with our presidential candidates, over 40 million Christians don’t even vote. That might sound like a problem, but it might not be. Voting can (and usually does) cause division among us and can … Continue reading Voting and The Christian Faith
Memorization is a problem that, if you ask me, most American Christians struggle with. The Muslims and Jews are fantastic memorizers, but here in America, I’m not sure many Christians could tell you what 1 John 1:9 says. I have to look up the majority of the verses I quote in my blog posts. So … Continue reading How to Memorize Scripture