Today’s Tweets

Heaven is His Throne.

Heaven is my home.

The earth is His footstool.

The earth is where I’m assigned for the time being.


When I project my mind forward a million years I know my life will continue on forever living in a beautiful city where the Father and the Lamb are the light of it, because I have His assurance of that.

“The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God, and if children, then heirs—heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ, if indeed we suffer with Him, that we may also be glorified together.

For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.” (Rom. 8:16-18)


Those who go to Heaven are extremely well cared for up there. Everything is taken care of, and they’re never lonely or bored.


Bible scholars might not be fully agreed that there is food in Heaven, but we can be sure that, if there is, it tastes fantastic!


Would you like to go to Heaven?


I’ve read that the Greek word Ekklessia was originally used for the Greek political assembly, and then the Apostles used this same word for the “church”, as we most commonly know it.

The Holy Spirit inspired them to take a secular word, describing a secular assembly, to describe Gods people assembling together.

One thing this speaks of is authority.

If the Greek political Ekklessia was the earthly government, the Christian Eklessia is the heavenly government, wielding all spiritual authority in Jesus name.

  • The Holy Spirit inspired the scripture writers to use the Greek word, Ekklessia to describe the Aramaic word, Lodoth.

Because it was the Lord Jesus who gave a collective name to His people when He said, “I will build my Lodoth/ Ekklessia/Church”.

  • It goes to show that the English language was a very late comer.
  • It also is an exercise in understanding how God uses many languages but without changing the meaning. It’s only people who sometimes change the meaning.


Sometimes Christians raise objection to the use of the word “church” as a translation of Eklessia because it originated from Kirke, which signified a building of worship.

Yet, we should take into account that Eklessia has two meanings: the body of Christ, and a local congregation.

So, when the English Bible uses “church” to describe the one, universal body of Christ, no one would for one minute think this is referring to a church building. So many references to “the church” as the body of Christ from every nation, which could never be construed to mean a building.

Therefore , in my opinion, we can keep the word “church”, but be very careful to define it when people might not understand that it means a people and not a building.

Next the subject comes up of, What is a church?

That is, What constitutes a local church in the eyes of the Head of the church, Jesus Christ?

The qualities of a true church are clearly described in the New Testament.

However, this doesn’t mean that, if you don’t have a true church, as per the NT definition, that you are prohibited from assembling with just a few people until it grows into a true church.

If you have to have a fully functioning Biblical church before you can fellowship, that’s like saying you must become a fully grown adult before you become a kid, like saying you must learn to run before you learn to crawl.

Any gathering in Jesus name should be an expression of His body.

Just a few people gathering in His name is a valid expression of the church as the body of Christ, even if it doesn’t have all the functions of a Biblically defined church.


The amount of grief or sadness in the world probably outweighs the amount of true happiness. Mankind has turned away from God.


Do you believe God hears what you speak?

If so, speak to Him.


One of the great dilemmas facing Christianity today is that many people have already made up their mind regarding the particular lifestyle they’ve chosen, and then they look in the Bible to try and find validation for it. Of course, they find what they’re looking for, because they will twist the scripture to make it appear to validate their lifestyle: they will see what they want to see in scripture, and not what it actually says.

When people twist scripture they can make it look like God approves of almost anything.


Justin Bullington wrote:

“The canon is closed (Rev. 22:18-19).

God’s Word is sufficient (Ps. 119).

The church is established (Eph. 2:20).

Sign gifts have ceased (1 Cor. 13:8).”

My reply:

1 Corinthians 13:8-12 refers to the bodily return of the Lord Jesus Christ and His eternal Kingdom.

Yes, it refers to gifts ceasing one day, but that day hasn’t yet come.

So, these statements, while true, cannot be connected in such a way as to prove there are no supernatural workings of the Holy Spirit today or that the gifts of the Spirit have ceased.

After Jesus returns the gifts will no longer be needed.

It will be:

“For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known.”


“Do all things without complaining and disputing, that you may become blameless and harmless, children of God without fault in the midst of a crooked and perverse generation, among whom you shine as LIGHTS IN THE WORLD, holding fast the word of life, so that I may rejoice in the day of Christ that I have not run in vain or labored in vain.” (Philippians 2:14-16)

God’s plan is to have these LIGHTS shining all over the world, in every corner, in every village.


We marvel at great achievements, technology or products, but we rarely appreciate how much work went into producing them.


No one ever needs to try and prove anything to God because He already knows.


“For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, that He might be the firstborn among many brethren.” (Rom. 8:29)

Conformed to Christ.

This is the work of the Holy Spirit in us daily.

This is the standard.

This is the purpose.

This is the joy and glory.

This is your destiny!

“Beloved, now we are children of God; and it has not yet been revealed what we shall be, but we know that when He is revealed, we shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as He is.” (1 John 3:2)


“But if anyone loves God, this one is known by Him.” (1 Cor. 8:3)

….and this is enough.

When Jesus will say to many, “I never knew you!” it doesn’t mean He doesn’t know everything about them, it means He has no friendship or fellowship with them.

To be known by God means He knows you as His son, as His friend, as His close companion.


“1 in 5 Americans are on prescribed mental health drugs! That’s an enormous number.”

It looks like the great progressive social experiment has failed.


Look at yourself in the mirror and ask yourself if you are just a bunch of tissue, a piece of meat, or whether you have a soul?


In one sense a Christian does live “in the moment” because they are always in fellowship with the Holy Spirit, moment by moment.


There was a long discussion on Twitter about people raising their hands in church.

My Comment:

The general discussion on this highlights how neurotic western Christians have become. Who cares if you raise your hands? Why should you care what people think about you doing it? Why should people be bothered if others raise their hands?

What we have today is a cultural paradigm of church, barely resembling the 1st Cent. Church.

In the discussion the main objection to it was those who didn’t want to do it felt intimidated or pressured into doing it.

They have a psychological problem there. They should face it.

And if a church was coercing people into doing it then you should find a more credible church.

Just after I got saved on Jan 15, 1987, i was in a church and watching these guys raise their hands to God. I thought, Yeah! That’s great! Then i tried to do it but it was if something was holding my arms down. I thought about it and realized it was my pride preventing me from doing it, because, what is there to be afraid of in raising your hands? It could only be pride, having fear of what others think about you. So, after considering this I forced myself to do it. Something wonderful happened the moment I did it. I can’t describe it. But I felt more free.

I don’t do it in a church where no one does it as it would draw attention to myself.

During prayer I often raise my hands.


Do you think about the LORD often?


Everyone needs the LORD, it’s just that most people don’t know it.


Re: Jan 6

According to video evidence Ray Epps was the most visible instigator of the “insurrection”.

Why hasn’t he been charged with inciting sedition? Why hasn’t he been charged with something, at least, if he is partly responsible for Jan 6?

Why hasn’t he been called as a witness, seeing as though he was the main instigator?

Why can’t he be questioned under oath to give evidence of whether or not he acted under the direction of Trump?

If Trump supposedly orchestrated the incursion then there would be some kind of link between Trump (or his staff) and Epps, who was perhaps the most visible instigator.

When questioned, the FBI Director would not deny that Epps is a Fed.

If the FBI used agents to instigate the “insurrection” then whose orders were they following and why?

It would seem there actually is a Swamp, and Trump was perceived as the greatest threat to these underworld operatives.

It’s enough to make you a conspiracy theorist.

When justice becomes a joke, your civilization has become a joke.

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