The enemy always conspires, consults, steals and twists so to deceive us. And I am not just talking about Satan, that ancient serpent of old who seeks to steal, kill and destroy, at times silent as a snake and again like a roaring lion, but I am talking about his workmen who carry out the deeds of darkness. Yes, humans do conspire and carry out pure evil conspiracies of all kinds. Although the enemy will often take the truth, twist the narrative and launch an accusatory, and retaliatory, attack against those who are wielding truth. Satan even takes the concept of the sword and trowel from the Scriptures twisting it into a perverted form of usage for the Masons. Fortunately C.H. Spurgeon used it correctly and in a God honoring and Christ exalting fashion (You can still get the Sword and Trowel Magazine today).
Reflecting on Twenty Years: Plowing into Eternity | As I have said before, "I in a heap of sin so insurmountable that if it were not for the grace of Jesus Christ and His propitiation, I would forever be undone by my atrocities against the Lord my God."
Reflecting upon twenty years and looking forward to the plowing into eternity.
Truly a great means of grace in our day and age in standing firm in the evil days. Brother Don Currin gives a good and powerful message to fight today. Oh that we would be about the "plowing of our fallow ground." (Jeremiah 4:3; Hosea 10:12)
"God can never make us into wine if we object to the fingers He uses to crush us with. If God would only use His own fingers, and make me broken bread and poured-out wine in a special way! But when he uses someone whom we dislike..."
On Sunday evening, September 20th, 2020, Paul Washer preached a powerful and most essential message at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA. The foundational text for the evening was 1 John 5:11-12.
Entire Chapter Twelve, "Will You find faith in me?", of the new book, "One Man's Walk with God: Preparing for Trials and Fears".
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"Missions can be hard, discouraging, needy, exhausting, unpredictable, frustrating and a whole host of other emotions. I think it can be easy to show some struggles and victories, but I also sometimes find it hard to share...