Good News!

Luke 2:8-20 When was the last time you received good news? What did you do?  Did you keep it to yourself or did you share it with others? Imagine you were one of those shepherds watching over your sheep.  It was a night like any other or so you thought… Suddenly an angel appears out of … More Good News!

Church Under Attack

Acts 12:21 When I read this I couldn’t help but notice the irony. Herod took it upon himself to attack the church. He killed James and when he saw that this pleased the Jews, he had Peter arrested and thrown into prison. Herod clearly didn’t know that the powers of darkness would not prevail against the … More Church Under Attack

Only One Gospel

It’s very interesting how Paul opens his letter to the Galatians. “Paul, an apostle (not from men nor through man, but through Jesus Christ and God the Father who raised Him from the dead)” He identifies himself as an apostle of Christ and the Father. He is preaching the Gospel of Christ who died and … More Only One Gospel

The Empty Tomb

Pilate said to them, “You have a guard; go your way, make it as secure as you know how.” So they went and made the tomb secure, sealing the stone and setting the guard – Matthew 27:65, 66 Worried that the disciples would steal Jesus’ body and then claim that He had risen from the dead, … More The Empty Tomb

Knowing the Enemy

To defeat the enemy, one has to know him first.  The Bible teaches us everything we need to know about the devil.  He exists. He is not a figment of our imagination. He was once  an angel named Lucifer.  He was an anointed covering cherub, perfect in beauty.  He had been in the Garden of Eden.  … More Knowing the Enemy

Revelation 12

Revelation 12:4 says the dragon stood before the woman.  In the book, John uses symbolism but there are times when an angel explains what these symbols mean.  For example in Revelation 17, John sees a woman on a beast.  He marvels at her because she was dressed in purple and red, wore gold and precious … More Revelation 12