Though I miss our highly modified Jeep, it’s been fun venturing the roads and highways daily since our winter storm began. I did so to rebel against the establishment that says, “Stay home!” Especially our local news media who ran that narrative ad nauseam. Consequently, our local towns were ghost towns on Monday and Tuesday, and
Tag: Gods Decree
To most, a colonoscopy is a non-eventful medical procedure. But when I had my last colonoscopy, I endured a heart attack while in the recovery room. I remember the last words I heard was my wife saying, “Bill your lips are blue!” It was a blessing in disguise because it happened in the presence of
This is similar to how the doctrine of election works. God chooses (elects) whom He will have mercy on and whom He will not. The elect will not ask, “Why didn’t He save that one?” Instead, they will ask, “Why did He save me?” “He is the Rock, His work is perfect; For all His
The biggest military threat to America has been China, and now China intends to build a military base in Cuba, just 90 miles from the U.S.A. If this happens, this will undoubtedly be the beginning of the end of America as we know it today. Because I have a Biblical worldview, not an American one.
Before you read the Gateway Pundit article below, please read my preface. I have many things to say, but here are only some of my thoughts, lest I give the thought police ammunition. Regarding California politics. My main regret is not leaving California sooner. But dear Tennesseans, don’t be fooled to think this could not
Last night’s storm caused the skies to explode in glory. The Lord’s thunder and the concussion sounded as if our windows shattered. Our tornado warning system increased to a “warning” sounding off advising everyone to “seek shelter immediately.” I think our dogs understood that 😉 because they did their best to break into the bedroom.
Like many others, over the last two years, my wife & I have lost money that we’ve invested in retirement accounts, etcetera. But we know the Lord decrees these things, perhaps as His inevitable judgment. As this worsens, sadly, people with no hope will sinfully commit suicide. But by faith, we do not complain but
I’m enjoying another exposition of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. This one is A New Exposition of the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689, edited by Rob Ventura. I just finished the first five chapters, and so far, I am well pleased. But I paid particular attention to chapter 3 on God’s Decree,
One way professing Christians can examine themselves is how their attitude responds to the weather. In California, many grown men whined when it was “too hot.” And then they grumbled when it was “too cold.” Now in Tennessee, I’m experiencing this Freezing Rain phenomenon, but thankfully I hear less complaining. I guess some of the
Over the last several years God has decreed many significant events to occur in America (and the world), and I believe they will increase. Whether they be mass causality incidents caused either by natural disasters or by man, God decreed them. But the two incidents that stand out the most, are the Corona Virus and the 2020
The LORD has brought this wretched sinner a long way from his former false teachings of arminianism and dispensationalism (or leaky dispensationalism). And so, it grieves me to see how many professing confessional believers are truncating important doctrines from their confessions of faith. We saw this demonstrated in how most elders and parishioners wrongfully handled
In this teaching, James Renihan gives excellent teaching from the 1689 Confession on the doctrine of Divine providence, the first cause and second cause of God’s Decree; and His means of accomplishing this. Though Renihan did not mention this. In the last two years, two significant events unfolded that revealed the poor health of Christendom.
While doing expository teaching on this chapter, I also applied the importance of believing in the God of these Scriptures. As one woman yesterday that was killing her child at an abortion mill, claimed to already believe in both God and Jesus. I also discussed the importance of the Doctrine of Divine Impassibility, as well
Naturally so, this sermon will be hated by the world, but unnaturally it will be disliked by a large number of professing Christians. But I believe it is ‘providentially necessary’ to sound the trumpet. If I fear to preach it, then perhaps I am a hireling, not a shepherd.