Wednesday, July 1, 2020 By Adams Allison Blessed be the Lord my Rock, Who trains my hands for war, And my fingers for battle. Psalms 144:1 NKJV I had a dream where I was part of an army that was made up of several armies (just like Israel with its several tribes, each having itsContinue reading “The Vision of The Coming War”
By Adams Allison I want to encourage you in this season of great travails. The burden of the times we find ourselves in requires a great deal of discipline. Discipline to study, to research, to pray, to fast, to write and the list goes on and on. Please don’t let your limitations discourage you. If youContinue reading “Progress before Perfection”
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 untilContinue reading “About Discipline”
“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 (theirContinue reading “Pagemaster’s Wisdom for Today – Part 2”
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.
There are two major reasons people give in their defense against paying tithe. The first is that it is an Old Testament practice. The second is that there is no record of it as a New Testament practice. Both arguments are wrong. Let’s look at some New Testament scriptures that point to the relevance ofContinue reading “Should a New Testament Believer Pay Tithe?”
The idea that the believer is meant to eat his or her tithe instead if giving it to church is based on a major misconception. In the Old Testament, there were three sorts of tithes to be paid from the people, besides those from the Levites to the priests;
Correcting other people’s error is a very delicate matter and requires a great deal of maturity and experience to handle. It is just like handling uranium, you don’t leave it to everyday people to handle, not even to those who know how dangerous the substance can be. In such a delicate matter, it is bestContinue reading “On Correcting an Erring Brother”