Do the ends justify the means with Donald Trump? … I’m asking that whenever we, as Christians, are in a situation where we don’t like something Jesus said, and we’re in danger of walking away from Him, that we remember that question. That we put ourselves in the place where Jesus is asking us that question.
The headline: Christian Pastor Claims Biden Surrounded By Demonic Hedge of Protection. Is it really true? Can it be true? Is it even possible? All these questions come to mind in a few short seconds.
What do the Great Commission and plastics have in common? No, it’s not nothing. It would be really weird to ask the question and then immediately end by saying, “Nothing”. So think again. What is it?
Do humans matter? Do you think you really matter? Hopefully, you answered yes to both questions. If you did, here’s some affirmations that you’re correct. But if you didn’t, here’s some things to consider and hopefully change your answer!
The Vanity Fair headline reads: Florida advances bill that would ban making white people feel bad about racism. It immediately brought something to mind. Do they know that Jesus wasn’t white? In fact, Jesus was, gasp, Middle Eastern. And do they know what the Bible says about foreigners and aliens? Oh yeah, do they also know that white people would have been aliens in many parts of the known world in Biblical times? Does that mean Florida will ban the Bible?
Will there be homeless people in Heaven? Who cares? Whoa! A two-part question. And trick questions at that? The correct answers are yes/no and yes. Huh? Looks like a trick answer as well. Think about it and try to come up with an answer in that format. Then, let’s see how you did.
will there be homeless people in Heaven
I ask because of something I read in The Detroit News. An article titled, More older Americans at risk of a homeless retirement.
Unless you’ve been hibernating for the last couple of years, you know the sad reality of homelessness in what we call the greatest country in the world. Maybe it is, if you’re one of the fortunate ones who has enough money to have a place to live and buy good food.
Do the brain waves of a dying person show we’re in Heaven? We often read of near-death experiences people have. Some are real. Some are made up. Usually, people talk of bright lights, good memories, and a feeling of calmness. But, apparently for the first time, there is scientific/medical evidence that claims to show these near-death experiences are true. However, are they really?