The Misconception of God’s Punishment

The Misconception of God's Punishment Punishment is translated from the original Hebrew word Paqad #6485, its root meaning is, "to attend to."  Paqad is most often translated as; numbered, counted, take note, the sum, call to account, charge, visit, appoint, concerned, take care, punish and the list goes on... With these broad definitions in mind,... Continue Reading →

Lord Willing We Will…

It's Arrogant to Assume We'll Be Alive Tomorrow. James Chapter 4 Puts our Prideful Boasting Into Perspective. 1st Century Believers Said, Lord Willing, So When Did We Stop?    We can begin by acknowledging our prideful, I will...and saying Lord willing I will...or I hope to...  

Commanded to Remember…

Not His Birth, but His Death. Not Our Freedom, but our Bondage. Not our Greed, but Those in Need. When we take a closer look at our Creator's Perfect Word, even through every imperfect translation, this contrast is clearly seen:  We celebrate our Saviors birth, although He commanded us to remember His death.  We celebrate... Continue Reading →

My Soapbox

What Compels a Person to Publicly Air Their Opinions? When did we form our opinions?  Why are opinions offensive?  How can we learn to think objectively? Who knew I would become a person who likes to share everything I learn.  But here I am, sharing another insight on my blog, even though I never considered myself... Continue Reading →

Developing an Eye for the Scorpion

Developing an Eye for the Scorpion Moving to Arizona, from the state of Washington, I was pretty oblivious about scorpions.  I’d actually only seen the big black kind on the television and equated them with pure evil and death.  So you can imagine my fear when I discovered the first bark scorpion in my house.... Continue Reading →

Why We Celebrate Thanksgiving?

Giving Thanks for the Fall Harvest Believe it or not, over time, truth tends to get revised and eventually forgotten.  If, that is, we don't take care to pass the correct information down to each new generation. Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed the 4th Thursday of November as our federal holiday of Thanksgiving.  It was to... Continue Reading →

Redeeming the Time

Pay careful attention to how you walk, not as unwise but as wise, redeeming your time because the days are full of evil (bad).  Ephesians 5:15,16 If you're reading this then you've been given a gift more valuable than money, the gift of time.  We've all been given this same priceless gift.  In my case,... Continue Reading →

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