December 1, 2021
abortion, abomination

The church is groaning with creation

In a vision, the prophet Ezekiel sees incense being offered up to demons and the worshipping of the sun, by the people of Israel and their elders too, in the […]
November 26, 2021
paradigm shifts, repentance, distrust in science

The Spirit of Truth will guide you: avoiding the ditch on either side of the narrow way

Misinformation that’s been presented as “science” and incorporated into education curriculum for decades is being challenged and debunked by other scientists and historians, both Christian and secular. However, there is some equally sensationalized material circulating via the world wide web that seems to be enticing those who’ve just been delivered out of the camp of mainstream falsification. Some of these fantastical “theories” are deliberately being propagated to discredit and to distract the church, I believe. Likewise, distrust of the medical system and governmental agencies has led an increasing number to embrace natural health and alternative medicine. In the church community, I’m observing a polarization between these two camps and a line drawn that in essence asks people to choose a side. This is a mistake.
November 11, 2021

Trust the experts? “Nobody loves you that much except Jesus!”

A young Amish man began asking his father, a bishop in the church, why their community practiced certain traditions. Angrily his father finally responded, “You be asking too many questions!” […]
November 3, 2021

The connection between paradigm shifts and repentance

A paradigm shift is defined as a radical change in thinking from an accepted point of view to a new belief (Merriam-Webster). The phrase “paradigm shift” is somewhat contemporary (Webster’s […]
October 27, 2021
worthy of worship

All the attention because He’s worth it

I'd like to share a personal story of how the testimonies out of the Shantung Revival convicted me that I'm too easily distracted and spiritually lazy. I am the heiress to a fortune described at the beginning, preoccupied with a mindless toy. Under conviction of this I decided to get away and seek the Lord. Leaving the responsibilities of work, chores, and family, I booked a room out of town (the Lord sent help so that all three of these obligations were well cared for). Departing in the morning, I spent time in the woods and by water, reading my Bible and just quiet.
October 23, 2021

Tidal Wave dream and past warning

A recent tidal wave dream concerning food supply is connected to another warning dream concerning tainted or contaminated Chinese products.
October 16, 2021
Mount Zion, Mount Sinai, Hebrews 12

The Crown of Righteousness: for all those who love His appearing

“Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto […]
October 14, 2021
scoffers, mockers, scorner

Living with expectation in a land of scoffers

What happens when you to choose persistent faith and devotion to God despite a culture of scoffers? Three individuals from scripture should inspire us to continue to expect God's greatest rewards!
October 2, 2021
in the last days scoffers will come

How to avoid becoming a scoffer in these last days

The dangerous thing about scoffers and mockers is that they hang out in the church and call themselves pastors and teachers and prophets; some are bloggers and professors and Christian […]
September 22, 2021
scoffer, scoffer, mocker, skepticmocker, skeptic

“In the last days scoffers will come, following their own desires”

Have you ever had a conversation with someone about the times we are in, and the imminent return of Christ, only to hear them say something to the effect of, […]
September 2, 2021
Joshua and the Amorite kings

Five Amorite kings and five American governors

The Lord has been turning my attention to words that He spoke to me in the recent past. At the time, some of these words I kept to myself; I […]
August 29, 2021
humanism, covid measures, totalitarianism, abolition of man

Experts, Technology, and the Abolition of Man

In The Abolition of Man, C. S. Lewis foresaw a deadly marriage between moral subjectivity and technological advancement. In 1944, before the death camps of the National Socialists had been liberated, before the full horrors of the Soviet Union surfaced on the world stage, Lewis looked into the future with uncanny clarity and predicted what we are witnessing today.