October 21, 2019

Tag - Judgment

The True Condition of Our Heart

We all have a list of things that drive us crazy. One that drives lots of people up the wall is caused by those, kids and some adults too, who do exactly the opposite of what they are told; out of spite, I guess. Is Jesus upset with us on...

Imagine If God Were to Profile Us

Recently, at the Maryland State House of Delegates an animation video of a late term abortion was shown. It gruesomely depicted the dismemberment of a preborn baby done with sharp forceps. Most of the viewers were horrified by the protracted cruelty...

This Is Your Friend?

For those who live in this world and desire to embrace the virtues, it is necessary to unite together in holy friendship. (St. Francis de Sales) A faithful friend is a sturdy shelter; he who finds one finds a treasure. A faithful friend is beyond...

The Idea of Death Frightens Us

The idea of death often frightens us, and so as a society, we sometimes joke about it as a way of coping with our fears and uncertainties. For instance, there’s the story about a man from Illinois who was going to take a winter vacation in Cancun...

The Requirements of Love

The two greatest commandments, Jesus emphasized, are love of God and love of neighbor. (Matt 22:36-40 and Mark 12: 28-31) And the way we are to love one another is as He himself has loved us. (John 15:12-17) In the Sermon on the Mount, He was even...

Obama’s Perplexing Behavior

Did President Obama really say, “ I will not stand for this outrage” and then proceed to sit down? Well, not quite. But he might as well have. Making forceful statements and then doing nothing has been the President’s pattern with the Benghazi...

Who Is Your Judge?

Who is your judge? I mean in the ultimate sense who do you look to as the judge of the true worth of your actions and your worth as a person? Some of us turn to our parents and judge our actions and our lives on their approval alone. Some of us look...

Is America Due For Judgment?

Is America a Christian nation, a nation in which the majority of its people trust in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord of their lives? I think not. And that’s because, simply, we’re rejecting God’s moral principles. For instance, we allow our schools...

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