Martyrdom

Peter’s words were full of conviction…”Even if I have to die with you, I will not deny you” (Matthew 26:35). Yet, as we read further, we learn that the inquiries of a young servant girl were enough to cause Peter to lose his conviction and deny his Lord (Matthew 26:69-70). Less than 200 years later, …

Post-Presidential Debate

What words come to mind after watching the first presidential debate? Here are the words that come to my mind… Rancor. Disrespect. Dishonesty. Misrepresentations. Lies. Rudeness. Slow to listen; swift to speak. What’s even more interesting to me are the words that come to mind after listening to God’s people on social media following the …

No-Mask Sunday!

Yay! Finally, the Sunday has come for which we have all been waiting! This coming Sunday is “No Mask Sunday!” I’m pretty sure that all of us are tired of wearing our masks. If you’re like me, you’ve found them to be uncomfortable and a hassle. They have inhibited our worship, as well as our …

Will We Recognize Each Other in Heaven

A question that appears to be of great concern to many people is the question of whether or not we will recognize each other in heaven. Of all the questions we entertain concerning the afterlife, this one is probably the one most frequently asked. And of course, having lost loved ones to death, I certainly …

Things in the Bible that Worry Me Most

Have you ever entertained the thought that there may be something in the Bible that you are failing to understand properly that could have eternal ramifications for you? Admittedly, there are some rather complex and difficult passages in the Bible, even the apostle Peter said so, himself (2 Peter 3:16). So, here is my question, …