Showing posts from April, 2013

Baptist Press - Jim Wallis now supports gay marriage - News with a Christian Perspective

Another "so-called" evangelical leader has acquiesed to the leaning of society.  For whatever reason, people such as Jim Wallis and Robb Bell have decided that if those they deem to be spokespersons for society take a position that is against the clear teachings of the Bible, their opinion trumps the Scriptures.  This is nothing new.  Throughout history there have been those who find fault with the Bible and elevate their own opinion above Scripture.  The truth of the matter is that we (mankind) do not break the laws of God, rather we break ourselves on the laws of God.  Just this morning in my devotions I read from the 22nd chapter of Revelation the following;
"I testify to everyone who hears the prophetic words of this book: if anyone adds to them, God will add to him the plagues that are written in thie book. And if anyone takes away from the words of this prophetic book, God will take away his share of the tree of life and the holy city, written in this book." (…


Today I'm writing as much to myself than to anyone else.  I have a cap with the acronym in the title of this blog on it.  It stands for Pray Until Something Happens.  I believe in this.  I practice this.  I've seen results.  Just this week a man from our church who has been in the hospital since the first of December, 2012 came home cancer-free.  Our church and many others prayed diligently as he dealt with leukemia and then bone cancer.  We prayed as he went through several rounds of chemo, dealt with pneumonia and other side-effects.  Now we are praising God that he is home and headed toward a full recovery.
However...there are other prayers that have been on-going for years, and I've yet to see the answers.  I've been praying for almost 2 years for a man in our neighborhood to be saved, and for opportunities to share the gospel with him.  No result yet.  I've been praying for years for God to intervene and provide for someone in our family.  They have faithfully …