We all have that person in our life that we have tried to win to Christ. But for some reason, they have refused to believe even after so many years of fervent evangelism. Whether it is a friend, parent, or child, our hearts agonize over those whom we love, and we continue to hope and … More God Saves the Hopeless Cases
The apostle Thomas has a bad reputation in the church because of his statements in John 20. Therefore, many think of him as the “doubting” disciple. But the Gospel of John shows on different occasions that this man had a deep devotion and love for Christ. One example of this devotion may be found in … More Come, Let Us Die with Jesus
For many, 2020 is an unforgettable year. It’ll be interesting to hear how future generations will talk about 2020. Of course, a lot of attention will go to the global pandemic and its impact on the world. It has touched every aspect of life: economics, relationships, public health, etc. For Americans, 2020 will also be … More Gratitude for My Grandmothers
With the election decided, many are happy with the results. Others however believe that the new leaders of this United States will bring ruin and chaos (this would have happened even if the other side won as well). For the Christian however, I would like to remind them about a passage that I came across … More Through Many Tribulations…
The results are in, and nobody is happy. This is the most likely scenario that we face as a nation after the election, and this may be a description of you. After pushing hard for a candidate on social media and persuading your friends about your favorite propositions, you still are met with an unfavorable … More What Do I Do After the Election?