Today’s Tweets

If you truly serve the Lord, then, serving Him is reward in itself.


No matter what others are doing, YOU serve the Lord.


The natural flesh and blood descendants of Abraham, “Israel according to the flesh”, are mentioned and acknowledged in the New Testament because God has a plan to save them, ultimately. If that were not the case it would be irrelevant to acknowledge their existence as a nation of people. And this is why their return to the Land of Israel has Biblical prophetic significance, because it is a part of that divine plan for them.


He is on His Throne, and that’s all that matters.


What does God require of you?

To believe He sent His Son into the world to redeem you, that He died for your sins, was dead and buried, and God raised Him from the dead, and to turn from your sins and trust and obey Him.

Now, why would anyone object to these requirements?

If you do object, please search your heart and find the real reason.



“The reason why people don’t want to believe in God is because, if they do, they know they will have to obey Him.

That’s the real reason. That’s why they suppress the truth.”


Jesus is waiting for you.

But He won’t wait forever.

Tomorrow is not guaranteed.


Totalitarian leaders, whether political or religious, will never have to face the embarrassment of having to answer an intelligent question. They are well protected from such “threats”.


All of the end time events prophesied in the Bible will happen exactly on time.


“Look to Me, and be saved, All you ends of the earth! For I am God, and there is no other.”

Isaiah 45:22

You just have to look.

Will you do that?


Grace produces cooperation, not robotics.

But if people refuse to cooperate, they refuse grace.


Are you going to Heaven or Hell?

How do you know?

How can you be sure?

(Its not a trick question, its actually the most important question you’ll ever face)


Go ahead and trust God, because He knows who trust Him.


You, “once were not a people…

but are now the people of God,

who had not obtained mercy…

but now have obtained mercy.”

(1 Peter 2:10)

A people who have obtained mercy.

If this is not you, would you like God to have mercy on you?

You can obtain His mercy by faith in Jesus Christ.


What do you think about the other 7 billion + folks you share the planet with?

They’re just like you in that their life is just as valuable as yours.


When people say “Jesus Christ” as an expletive it’s very offensive to Christians, so, by the new Woke ideology, shouldn’t such people be arrested for Christophobic hate speech? That is, if the new “morality” is to be policed equitably and fairly?


None of the people God greatly used as His instruments over history had access to the internet.

Therefore…. today….. whether we have the net or not is irrelevant.


Antisemitism, historically, and in the present, is, itself, proof of the authenticity of the Bible, because it’s something which is perpetually existant, as perennial as the grass, for, when an anti-Semite dies, two rise to take his place, as if by some unseen hand. In this present age, as long as Jews exist on the earth, there will be anti-Semites.


If Paul could write letters of encouragement from prison, couldn’t we do likewise from our Lockdown prisons?


Enjoy God more than you enjoy other things.


Happy “birthing person’s” day!!!

Try not to offend any “birthing persons” by using the hateful term, mother.

This is how idiotic America is becoming. And the world blindly follows.


God has ordained quite rigorous hardships for His people so that, in the end, we can decide whether we really believe His word, or not.


  • What’s that guy doing??
  • – Oh, that’s a religious tradition!
  • Will it help?
  • – It can’t hurt!



Re: Political activism:

It would be nice to keep totalitarian governments from taking over. It won’t cost you anything to speak up, for now, that is.


Mercy is mercy, it has nothing to do with deserving or earning it.

And of course, the Lord Jesus had much more to say on the subject of mercy, especially regarding what we do after we receive His mercy – showing how much we value His mercy upon us.


How the members of Christ relate to the body of Christ:

Sometimes, it’s a fine line when it comes to addressing someone’s private business.

Sometimes, the body of Christ oversteps that line, while other times it fails to care and step up to the line at all.


“…since it is a righteous thing with God to repay with tribulation those who trouble you.”

2 Thess. 1:6


If we believe God is our only defense, surely He will be.


Live forever.

That’s what Jesus promised.

Does that sound “religious” to you?


What do you want from this life?


While most will agree that our relationship to God is covenantal and not contractual, the use of the word “if” attached to the promises of God all through scripture indicates a condition.

So, the Covenant can be refused, but it doesn’t make the Covenant into a contract, it acknowledges that man still has a choice in the matter of whether he will remain in the Covenant.

Hence the use of the word “if” in regard to the promises of God.

The natural mind is not able to understand the parallel truths that God is Sovereign and man still has a choice.

The natural mind will say, If God is Sovereign, then man doesn’t have a choice.

Or, If man has a choice, then God is not Sovereign.

Recently, I had a man try to explain to me, using theological jargon, that “if” doesn’t actually mean, “if”.

Of course, I have to give him the benefit of the doubt that he doesn’t know what he is saying, and that he’s not intentionally being a fraud.


Being content in Christ means we don’t use other things as a source of contentment.

Loving relationships bring contentment, but we shouldn’t use a relationship to satisfy our own contentment.

Similarly, there are so many good things in life, but we’re not to use them as our source of contentment.

And we might learn this the hard way.


Here’s a very weak analogy to explain the existence of the modern state of Israel.

Imagine the native Americans, who once owned America, had a national resurgence, became militarily powerful, and decided to take back their land from the European settlers? They could rightfully claim it’s their land by virtue of thousands of years of prior possession. But the “settlers”, which we will call “Americans”, even though there is no prior history of such a people as “Americans”, may say they have possession of the land, and even revise history to edit out the real history of the Natives. And, in the end, the Americans might say, If God is for us then He will keep us in possession of the land.

It’s a very weak analogy.

Regarding Israel, “might” will decide the final outcome.

To the Islamic mind, the Jews are occupying Islamic land, and if this is so, then, surely, Allah will eventually help them to evict them from the land Allah gave them.

The Bible indicates that in the end, though the whole world comes against them, God will defend them.

Not because they are superior people, but to keep His promise to them.

In the end, Allah won’t be able to help the whole world evict or annihilate the Jews.


A Christian leader gets caught in immorality:

Outwardly, he was an Evangelical.

Inwardly, he was a Liberal.

Its always a paradox when Liberal Christians mock an Evangelical who has a moral failure.

Why are you mocking someone who really has the same moral values as you?

Remember the suffering in India.


If the Holy Spirit is in you, then, that’s how close you are to the presence of God. Pretty close.


Prayer is powerful because God answers.

Let’s get to it.


Why be so concerned over whether others approve of your beliefs, when everyone who is here now will soon be gone and forgotten, just like everyone who has lived before?


“It shall be in that day that I will seek to destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem.

“And I will pour on the house of David and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem the Spirit of grace and supplication; then they will look on Me whom they pierced. Yes, they will mourn for Him as one mourns for his only son, and grieve for Him as one grieves for a firstborn.”

Zechariah 12:9-10

Here, God says “they will look on me whom they pierced”.

Pretty obvious who it is they pierced.

And, this Man is God, because God says they pierced Him.

So, if you don’t want God to destroy you, don’t come against the Jewish people.


“The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved.

And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie, that they all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness.”

(2 Thessalonians 2:9-12)

The subject is the coming of the Lawless one. “The lie”, referred to here, is then the lie that the Lawless one is not Lawless, but just the opposite, the Messiah, God incarnate.

Remember, the lying signs and wonders are to supposedly prove this man is from God, or is God.

He’s not just accepted because he is a good politician, very intelligent, or even a very nice person, he is accepted because of supernatural power associated with him.

It’s the perfect blend of religion and politics, and the marriage of both.


If you don’t believe the truth, you believe a lie, by default.


You know, over the last 2000 years Jesus has brought millions of people just like you and me to glory, and they’re with Him right now. He can bring you too, if that’s what you would like.


It’s not time yet for God to deliver Israel from its enemies and reveal Messiah to them. That time will come, but there’s a very rough ride still ahead, and the Antichrist, who will deceive many of them.


With anything we say it’s always a question of, What do we mean by that?


In our own experience we know what it is like to extend love to people who don’t want our love.

God has certainly extended His love to the whole human race through giving His Son to die for all.

So, our message should be, Christ died for you, rather than, God loves you, because it explains the nature of God’s love and avoids a misunderstanding of it whereby unrepentant people wrongly get the idea they are safe from the wrath of God.


“God loves everyone, but He doesn’t accept everyone.”

…There is a condition to being accepted by God, according to Jesus Christ, in John chapter 3.


Understanding how God loves the world and yet will condemn forever those who don’t repent:

Jesus commands us to love our enemies and do good to them, because that is how the Father is: He sends the rain on the just and the unjust, and He is not willing any perish, but that all come to repentance.

So, God’s love for the world is understood in how we are to love our enemies: not a romantic kind of love, but a desire for them to be saved.

Jesus wouldn’t ask us to love our enemies if He didn’t.

“But love your enemies, do good, and lend, hoping for nothing in return; and your reward will be great, and you will be sons of the Most High. For He is kind to the unthankful and evil. Therefore be merciful, just as your Father also is merciful.”

(Luke 6:35-36)


God’s time always comes soon enough and on time, and it’s very encouraging to know there is little time left, for that’s why Jesus said, when you see these things happening, look up, for your redemption draws near: and that’s the greatest encouragement, to know He is coming soon.

Look up. That’s the right kind of focus.


“The danger in today’s society is that friendships aren’t very deep anymore.”


We are safe and well, and have enough food.

Thanks for pra

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