Is It Really Impossible To Stop Sinning Or To Become Perfect?

Many have said, “It’s impossible to be perfect”. Yet, Jesus said we must “be perfect, therefore, as your Father in heaven is perfect” (Matthew 5:48). Many will argue that sin is inevitable and unavoidable, but this is not what the Bible teaches. The Bible says that everyone has sinned, but not that everyone continues going on sinning forever helplessly. The Bible teaches the exact opposite – that … read more

Walking By The Spirit & The Power of Fasting

Fasting is the exercising of power of the spirit over the body. It is the power struggle between the carnal and the physical. Fasting is the act that teaches the physical man that the spiritual man is in control. It teaches obedience of the flesh and teaches the flesh to submit to the will of the spirit. To fast, that is, to withhold food, is to exert … read more

Gratefulness vs Thankfulness & The True Meaning of Thanksgiving

To be grateful is an inward feeling, but to be thankful is an outward action. Gratefulness precedes thankfulness, but to pursue gratefulness as an end in itself is dangerous, because it neglects to thank God and others for the things we should be thankful for. Thanksgiving is a time of giving thanks, not just feeling grateful. It’s a time to remind ourselves that we should be always … read more

Weekly Fasting As Powerful For Spiritual Health As Weekly Exercise Is For Physical Health

Therefore also now, saith the Lord, turn ye even to me with all your heart, and with fasting, and with weeping, and with mourning. And rend your heart, and not your garments, and turn unto the Lord your God: for he is gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness, and repenteth him of the evil. Joel 2:12-13 Spiritual fasting, which is the abstaining of … read more

Are All Foods Now Clean? Does The Bible Really Say That?

Leviticus Chapter 11 is nearly a full chapter dedicated to declaring which foods are clean and which foods are forbidden to be eaten by God’s people. But is this still valid or has it been done away with? Are all foods really clean now or are some foods still forbidden by God? It has long been a contention that anyone who says to follow “the law” is … read more

Hyper-Individualism and the War on Conformity

It’s not bad to want to belong. Modern society, especially in America, has so exaggerated individuality that they have made it a virtue to be different. The problem with this, is that it is a deception. When everyone is trying to be unique and it’s “cool” to be unique, everyone is still conforming, because this is human nature. They are conforming to rebellion against traditional values. They … read more

Satan’s Monopoly On Sound – How Wickedness Corrupted Christian Society Through Audible Media

“And Josiah took away all the abominations out of all the countries that pertained to the children of Israel, and made all that were present in Israel to serve, even to serve the LORD their God. And all his days they departed not from following the LORD, the God of their fathers” (2 Chronicles 34:33) The history of Israel is a history of a people who continued … read more

3 Worst Forms Of Modern Art and the Truth About Why Satan Loves It

The modern art movements progressively degraded European art across all forms, starting with changing the tone of music, to pornographic arts (nudity in paintings and sculptures), and ending with what we have today, which is as overtly groteque, or as shocking, or as limiting in form as absolutely possible. Prominent forms of modernism and modern art in all its forms have poisoned life and ruined the beautiful, … read more

Poker Is Satan’s Favorite Card Game | The Deception Of Gambling With Cards

“Wealth gotten by vanity shall be diminished: but he that gathereth by labour shall increase.” (Proverbs 13:11) Christians should not gamble, and poker is no exception. But even though many Christians will not gamble, or might play with chips, and never go to casinos, they might see no harm in it, it’s just a simple card game, after all. Right? When it comes to poker, it’s quite … read more

Thanksgiving Is Not Just An American Holiday, And It’s Not About Turkeys

The American holiday of Thanksgiving is usually credited as beginning with a 1621 harvest feast shared between Puritan English colonists and the Wampanoag Indians. A time where the kind Christians got along with the generous Indians and everyone lived happily ever after. However, it isn’t quite true. While there was such a festival in 1621, the tradition goes all the way back to Henry the 8th, when … read more