There is a narrative that is drilled into our heads every day by pop-culture and the media. The broad summary of the narrative is this: All men are pretty much alike and they all behave in the same way. I suspect that I'm not alone in my belief that the world's idea of what a real man is couldn't be more flawed.
The Jesus being presented in many churches today is different because He is not the One we find in the Bible. The popular Jesus being presented is the one who fills churches to the rafters with fans and not disciples. Many of our modern churches focus on self-improvement instead of dying to self.
Who is the rightful owner of the most contested piece of real estate in the world? Everyone seems to have an answer to this question that has captured the world's attention. The media, politicians, and pop culture have wrongly singled out the Jews as the problem again. This is because many choose to believe a popular lie and ignore the facts about Palestine.
As Israel celebrates its 70th birthday this year, it's only fitting to call attention to a distorted end-time teaching that has been spreading like gangrene through the church in recent years.
There is a day coming when every Christian will stand before the Judgement Seat of Christ. We need to examine our hearts and motives to be intentional about Judgment.
I firmly believe there is a trend being established in the Western world. It's subtle in nature but if you are carefully watching what is going on, you will discern that the tide of public opinion is rapidly turning against true Bible-believing Christians. It is time for followers of Jesus to get ready for persecution in the West.
If you are a disciple of Jesus, it's open season on you and your beliefs.
Over 500 hundred people have been slaughtered by the Syrian government, including dozens of children. When will we see justice done?
Many churches today don't preach about Jesus' return.
The word repent and the change it brings is severely lacking in our generation.
Jesus didn't die on the cross to make you a better version of yourself, but that's the deception people have trusted in.