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Sin In The Pulpit

Jeremiah 12:10 – Many pastors have destroyed my vineyard, they have trodden my portion under foot, they have made my pleasant portion a desolate wilderness.

Pastor – A shepherd, priest or minister in charge of a congregation.

It’s sad to say when we hear about ministers today in the media, it’s nothing good, but a reproach against God and the disciples of Jesus Christ. Years ago, when a man or woman would say he or she was a representative of God, you could depend on them leading you to God and not away from God; or the minister leading you to them as though they were God. Read More

God’s Promises

2nd Corinthians 1:20 – For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of  God by us.

Promise – An agreement to do or not do something.

Throughout the Bible, God has given promises to the believer as well as the unbeliever. The believers are those that have been born of God’s Spirit.  I say born-again, because in today’s society, the majority of the people you ask are they a believer or saved,  the answer would be yes. The problem with this is that their,   life-style and character is not reflecting the Bible. Whether we’re a believer or an unbeliever, God has given promises for both.

As  Christians, we have to study the word of God to understand what the promises are, and then stand on the promise no matter what it looks like. Just as God has made promises, you can count on Satan to hinder, block or keep you from receiving your promise. Read More

I Will Not Bow!

Esther 3:5 And when Haman saw that Mordecai bowed not, nor did him reverence, then was Haman full of wrath.

Mordecai was the guardian of Esther, who was selected to succeed Vashti as queen of Ahasuerus, king of Persia. Mordecai was an officer at the king’s court,  he sat at the king’s gate daily after Esther became queen. Haman who was an Agagite and Prime minister of King Ahasuerus was angry with Mordecai because he wouldn’t bow or reverence him.  Mordecai was a Jew, and Jews customarily bowed before their kings, but in Persia, kings and their chief officials were reverenced as divine beings. Read More