We don’t get several lives to come back and change the outcome of our bad choices; we have only the one, then it is “game over.” So, choosing to live prudently and wisely does not only benefits us in the here an now, but also in the eternal here after.
OK, I know exactly what your first reaction was when you read this. I too would raise my eyebrows or frown if I saw an article/blog post with that title, especially if I knew it was written by a professed Christian who is also a Minister of the Gospel. Did it catch your attention? If … Continue reading Holy S****t!
"For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that everyone who believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him. Whoever believes in Him is not condemned, … Continue reading Good News of hope or despair?
If you are a regular on social media or follow the news, chances are you've come across a supposedly true story. Not that it's totally unbelievable, it's actually quite relatable, but with people's obsession about going viral these days, sometimes it's hard to tell whether a narrative is true or not. The story is about … Continue reading On Being Fooled
Some Christians will beg to differ with the above statement. They will argue that there are people who will always get offended and accuse us of being unkind when presented with biblical truth. And since truth should not be silenced, they will insist that we ought to declare it regardless of the responses or … Continue reading Speak Kindly or Remain Silent