As Christians, is that really the question to ask? … More How Then Shall We Live?
My thoughts as we bid farewell to Chester Bennington. … More Breaking The Cycle
Regarding all this talk in the churches about focusing on Jesus Christ, I’d say I agree with the notion – any time we think about Christ, is good time, indeed. It’s life-giving time. However, I believe that in our focusing on Christ, we shouldn’t leave out how Christ was and continues to be focused on … More Free From Fear, Free To Love!
I’ve never identified myself as a leader. I’ve never seen the need to step up and to take charge, long enough for it to have a permanent effect on my life. Well, I would probably know. I’d probably relate something; I mean, it’s not like I never led anything before, it’s just that nothing really … More Christ, our Freedom
In the process of finishing my article on the Freedom we have in Christ, or rather how Christ Himself is our actual freedom, I’ve seen the need to listen to some of the resources I’ve exposed myself to prior continuing what I’ve started. I tried finishing the said article once in the past, but I … More No Strings Attached by Andrew Farley, Take 2
We’ve seen a lot of deals and promotions that sound so good at first.. Free 30 Day Trials, You’ve Won A Raffle, etc. We seem to be used to this sort of thing to the point that we are immediately wary of any ‘strings’ attached to any sweet deal. We keep asking, ‘What’s the catch?’; … More No Strings Attached by Andrew Farley
The Gospel says that the Law is good, yet the perfect standards which the Law presents point out our sin. Jesus Christ not only met these perfect standards; Romans 7:4 through the body of Christ we ourselves have died to the Law (i.e. set free from meeting the perfect standards of the Law). The Gospel … More A Clarification (Or, My Words From The Words I Just Listened To)
Jude 1:1-2 Jude, a bondservant of Jesus Christ, and brother of James, To those who are the called, beloved in God the Father, and kept for Jesus Christ: May mercy and peace and love be multiplied to you. 2 Peter and Jude have their similarities in the sense that these Apostles talk about errors and … More Notes from Fight for Truth: a study in Jude by Andrew Farley
There are opponents to the Gospel, and in 2 Peter, the apostle aims to address them, to shoot them down. Even back then there have been ‘posers’, adding their own manuscripts and words to the Gospel, for their own motives and for their own intentions. It is because of this that Peter assures the reader … More Notes from Truly Knowing Him: a series in 2 Peter (pts 2-4) by Andrew Farley
It was bound to happen. I had to write sooner or later. Following events that transpired this evening I found myself on the road, needing to get frustrations off of my chest, considering the possibility of shooting, but definitely driving. The prevalent thought that tried to get to me was ‘I feel alone’ – Alone, … More Status Update