Today’s Tweets

Considering the fierceness of God’s anger and wrath on the unrepentant, the Good News is very good news indeed.


With anything good you possess, imagine what it would be like without it, then appreciate it more.


Jesus died for the whole world.

Jesus will judge the whole world.

If you believe He died for you and cling to Him He will judge you as one of His own.

According to the Bible.


Lord Jesus, I believe it will be just as you said.


Sovereign nations tend to do whatever they want and don’t always feel the need to play by the rules.

Look at Germany or Japan during the 1940s. Now look at China. And Turkey. Or Iran.


Jesus didn’t despise sinners, He called them to repentance, but He exchanged no pleasantries with pretenders.


Hell is deserved.

Heaven is undeserved.

Undeserved means it’s by grace alone – through the Cross alone.


Are we allowed to differ with Big Tech as to what constitutes “hate”?

Or does differing with them on this constitute “hate” because they are personally offended that we don’t define “hate” the way they do?

If our views have offended them then we must be guilty of “hate”?


Trump bothers people, but the sicko stuff doesn’t seem to.


If you love the Lord, He knows that you love Him.


If we “missed” seeking the Father’s face today then we missed a whole lot.

And the worst part would be if we don’t even know what we missed.


Do you want to have His nature?

“…By which have been given to us exceedingly great and precious promises, that through these you may be partakers of the DIVINE NATURE, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.”

2 Peter 1:4

We better understand God’s nature if we desire to have the same nature as He.

So, lust is totally against the nature of God.

It’s totally FOREIGN to Him.

See how His desire is we be free from lust?

Sexual lust, financial lust, power trips, ego trips… these are all FOREIGN to the nature of God.

Only by believing God’s promises in Christ Jesus can we be free from these so we can “partake” of or be in conformity to the very nature of God.

Do we want to have His nature?

Then we need to apprehend His promise of sanctifying us, spirit, soul and body.

(No, it doesn’t mean we become God)


What will happen to you the moment after you die?

Firstly, you will notice that you’ve lost your autonomy.

Your spirit has left your body, perhaps you’ll even see your dead body laying there as you hover above it, but you won’t be able to fly to wherever you want to.

You’ll be “in custody”, perhaps for the first time in your life. Someone else will take you where they determine, and you’ll have no choice.

In life there are only two roads, Jesus said.

There’s only two roads, and two destinations.

Choose this day whom you will serve.


Jesus said that even when
a sparrow dies God takes notice.

Would that mean you might need to reevaluate your concept of God?

Of course the key to this is when Jesus said, you are of more value than many sparrows.

There’s not one person on earth whose soul is not precious in His sight.


God’s worst punishment is reserved for Christians who aren’t real Christians.


Originally, all the animals were “domesticated”. Only after man sinned did they become wild. Our pets are a little reminder of that time before the fall. The Bible says that after Christ returns then all the wild animals will once again be friendly and at peace with man.


Jesus is greater than our need, and hence our needs are met.



What really matters?

This question points us in the right direction.



What would you be without Jesus?

Where would you be without Jesus?


If you’re risen with Christ, and dead to the world, then the world is dead to you, and then those in the world should no longer be able to bring you down, because they are dead to you.

“…But God forbid that I should boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom the world has been crucified to me, and I to the world.”

(Galatians 6:14)


The millions who live in cardboard boxes would find it hard to sympathize with middle class woes – with their dramas and melodramas.


All people are supposed to be able to contemplate how Jesus suffered and died on the Cross and then feel ashamed of their sins, knowing He took the punishment for them.

Ashamed enough to fall at His feet in true repentance and faith.

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