By Adams Allison Someone said, “Motivation is doing something when you feel like doing it. Discipline is doing something regardless of how you feel.” While this is true, we must all bear in mind that the end point of discipline is motivation. We start by doing things regardless of how we feel about it until […]
“Tunnel Experiences” By Adams Allison Hurt people tend to raise a shield, a form of defense mechanism, to protect themselves from future hurts. These shields can come in different forms. Some choose not to trust again (reasoning that if they don’t have expectations then they won’t have disappointments). Some choose not to feel again (their […]
Here is my PageMaster Moment. . . I realize that when cynical people want to corner you with a silly argument, or criticize established authorities, they say things like, ‘Jesus did not own a school, He did not build a cathedral’.
The idea that it is the end times and as such things will not get better is a growing belief system that is halting progress in people’s minds and killing their will to move civilization forward. Funny thing is, proponents don’t know the origin of this mindset. They think this belief system originates from the […]
Unfortunately, people twist the message to teach that you have to give a certain amount dictated by your pastor. That’s wrong, let God dictate to you. Another lie is that with your money you can lay claim to certain named blessings at a financial price. That is very very wrong.
“And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed. But he who does the truth comes to the light, […]
The Question of ‘Once Saved, Forever Saved’ Part 2: Why most people beat about the bush when debating ‘hyper-grace’
In my first post about this doctrine of ‘once saved, forever saved’, I said that many are poorly equipped to fight this error. So, in order for us to be better equipped, I spoke about the fundamentals of their philosophy of ‘grace’, so that we know what we’re up against. In this post, I want […]
I read the conversation between an atheist and a renowned Christian who is also an intellectual and I realized how much knowledge we have attained as a church and how much such height of knowledge might be costing us. In the conversation, the atheist asked some questions and the Christian intellectual gave responses that I […]
Lessons from a discussion between a five-year-old and his father. A young boy of 5 asked his father, ‘’Dad, why do we pay tax?’’ The father went on and on about how taxpayer’s money is used to fix roads, fund security and education and he listed so many other uses appealing to logic and reason. […]
I have said in the last post that I am persuaded that we are living in the times of the Man Child. Today, what I want to do is point us to the signs of the times we live in. The Book of Revelation tells us that two signs appeared in heaven before the Man […]