Living to Work, or Working to Live?

I ask whether you are living to work or working to live because in this system that is in place, that is built off of debt and a paper currency that is not backed up with any real, tangible wealth, the vast majority of the Western population is living to work. Rent, bills, car payments,…

The Christian Life: Saying No to The Flesh

Instant Gratification vs. Delayed Gratification Mankind today lives for the moment, since the 1960’s we’ve been told, “If it feels good, do it!”. This mindset has led society down a dark path of losing our morality, our discipline, our willpower to stand against injustice and evil. Giving in to fleshly desires may feel good for…

The Christian Life: Fear Not the World

1 John 4:4 “Ye are of God, little children, and have overcome them: because greater is he that is in you, than he that is in the world.” We children of God have nothing to fear Born again, Christian men have nothing to fear in this world, except that is, a healthy fear of the Lord….

The Glorious Protestant Reformation

The Word Suppressed For over a thousand years since the fall of the Roman Empire, Europe was plunged into the Dark Ages as the Roman Catholic Church spread over Europe and enforced their spiritual and temporal authority over it’s denizens. The Word of God was kept from the masses, who were primarily serfs laboring away…

The Christian Life: Simplicity is Better

Consumerism and Keeping Up with the Joneses is Killing You! Since the mid-20th century, Americans primarily have been fed the “American Dream”, a nice happy family, nice car, lawn, dog, white picket fence. Not a bad idea, and worked practically for suburbia in the 1950’s and 1960’s before the Hippie movement, 2nd Wave Feminism, taking…

The Christian Life: Living by Faith

What does it mean to live by faith? It seems today that the majority of the Church is devoid of faith and at least on the outside doesn’t appear any more spiritually alive than the atheists and agnostics they associate with on their free time. I speak primarily from my perspective in the United States,…