Tag Archives: Victory

A Pile Of Hope

In the midst of cultural upheaval, presidential nonsensical political bickering, and the draconian Islamic State, we have hope. A Light that shines in the darkness, the coming of King who will never be removed from His throne. The forgiveness of sins for those overturning society, for lying political candidates and cronies, and yes, even for […]

Truly Like A Leper

Join me on a brief homily. And rising very early in the morning, while it was still dark, he departed and went out to a desolate place, and there he prayed. 36 And Simon and those who were with him searched for him, 37 and they found him and said to him,“Everyone is looking for you.” 38 And […]

The Task Of Christians Is To Kill

When we Christians look at the state of our nation, and the church that is complicit in the grievous moral failings of our leaders, we have to remember that we are at war. The world is divided. In Christ or out of Christ. In the Light or in the darkness. In the old humanity or […]

When the Faithful Lose–They Don’t

One of the most confounding aspects of the Gospel is that victory comes through failure. This is what Paul calls “foolishness” in 1 Corinthians 1:18-25. The world wants victory, power, and domination upfront like a superhero with flashing abilities to overcome and light the enemies ablaze. The world wants a Superman that cannot die, so […]

A Followup On Faithlessness

In my last post, here, I deduced that one of the reasons why the church is impotent today is faithlessness and I would like to extend my apologies to those who were rightly affronted by that, then I would like to recant the strength of that word choice just slightly. So, first, my sincere apologies. […]

A Spoonful of Gospel Hope

I would like to offer a little perspective and hope on the church and the current cultural climate we live in by pulling out my Postmil card. So, here it goes. We are at holy war. Since Genesis 3, we are at war and we will remain at war until Christ comes back to defeat […]

Giving In Is Faithlessness 

Either God is right or He isn’t. If He is, and He is, then His Words are good and life-giving. If we say that the Word is not right, we are then saying that God is wrong. When the creature tells its Creator that He is wrong, we find ourselves right back in the Garden […]