Did Jesus Come to Make Bad Men Good?
Posted on July 27, 2016 6 Comments
Contrary to what many religious people believe, Jesus did not come to make bad men good. He came to make dead men live. That is why Christianity is not religion. It is not self-improvement. It is not about you doing your best to be holy. Christianity is Life. It is God’s Life, imparted to you, […]
Eat the Meal that Heals
Posted on March 26, 2014 4 Comments
She was diagnosed with herpes. Doctors told her there was no cure. She asked Jesus to heal her. And she started to take communion, daily, for her healing. Each day, she ate the bread and drank the grape juice, confessing “by His stripes we are healed.” She did so for months. Then she returned to […]
That’s Not Christianity!
Posted on May 14, 2013 11 Comments
Jesus did not come to make bad men good. He came to make dead men live. Christianity is not religion. It is not self-improvement. It is not about a person doing his best to be holy. Christianity is Life. It is God’s Life, imparted to you, working powerfully in you, flowing miraculously through you.
Do This And Live
Posted on September 12, 2012 6 Comments
The stench of death filled the air. The snakes were biting. People were dying. And they kept dying until God revealed the cure. “Do this and you will live!” Do what? “Make a bronze serpent and hang it on a pole. Then if anyone
Life At Its Best
Posted on September 4, 2012 4 Comments
From the way people talk and many Christians act, you would think Jesus came to found a cemetery and make us as much like dead people as possible. Ask a typical person who a Christian is and don’t be surprised if he tells you a Christian is someone who does not smoke, drink, cuss or […]
The Power In Your Mouth
Posted on August 21, 2012 1 Comment
Do you know that with your words you can cause things to live and things to die? That your success in life is connected to what you say out of your mouth? Your tongue is the most powerful member of your body. The power of death and life is actually in your mouth. Listen to […]