Shane Idleman is the founder and lead pastor of Westside Christian Fellowship in Lancaster, California, just North of Los Angeles. Shane's sermons, articles, books, and radio program can all be found at shaneidleman.com or wcfav.org. He is the author of Feasting & Fasting, If My People, Desperate for More of God, and Help! I'm Addicted. Follow him on Facebook at: facebook.com/confusedchurch. You can also follow Pastor Shane on the new free speech platform Parler https://parler.com/profile/ShaneIdleman/posts.
It seems that everyone is sensing the destabilization of America. Even billionaire Elon Musk recently commented, “We must get to Mars. Civilization isn’t looking all that stable here.”
It's no surprise that we are witnessing the rapid deterioration of a nation right before our eyes. As a result, many ...
I’m not dismissing COVID-19, but our response to it could prove to be far more deadly and destructive than the virus itself.
I’m very hopeful in God during this crisis, but I’m also very aware of what lies ahead.
Why is the world offended by the cross? Why are so many disturbed when the name of Jesus is mentioned? Why is His name, above all others, often taken in vain?
Likewise, we must travail in prayer until we prevail. As David Wilkerson famously said, “Victory in the prayer closet gets you victory on the battlefield.”
The reason the economy is so important is that it holds everything together. If Jesus doesn’t care about money (as some say) why did He talk about stewarding it more than any other topic?
There is no peace until you are right with God, which leads me to the first and most important point:
We are all affected by this turbulent moment in our world's history, but the Bible does provide solid choices in unstable times.
The Bible is clear that God blesses His people. But it’s also clear that some blessings have conditions: “If you do this, I will do that.”