Part 2 in the Unbelievable Truth Series. Read Part 1 HERE When we think of Jesus we usually imagine him as the God-man who was perfect in every way. We don’t tend to think of him the way the disciples thought of him – as a man who walked with them, talked with them, ate with them, slept alongside them and occasionally kept them awake with his snoring. While it’s true that Jesus was by nature divine, we also are… Read more

NOTE: I’ll be publishing a series of articles to examine ideas that most Christians should believe, but just can’t seem to fully embrace. Unbelievable Truth #1: God Really Loves You God’s love for mankind is an incredible thing. The idea that God, who knows the end from the beginning, would know in advance how much pain and suffering He would have to personally endure as the result of creating the Universe and yet still say the words, “Let there be… Read more

The other day I posted a link to my article “Why Do Christians Deny The Power Of Love?” and someone responded by asking me this: “Hi Keith, if you are willing, I’d like to go deeper into what you said in this article because I would like to understand where you are coming from. There were a few things you implied and I’m not familiar with what you are trying to say. Can you tell me how you are defining love in… Read more

“His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through our knowledge of him who called us….He has given us His very great and precious promises so that through them you may participate in the Divine nature.” (2 Peter 1:3-4) What’s holding you back from living like Jesus today? Is it your sin nature? Is it your addictions, or your temptations, or your brokenness? Is this why you don’t believe that it’s possible to actually put the… Read more

When it comes to love, many Christians have a pretty low opinion of it. Sure, it’s great. But there’s so much more they would rather focus on. Things like Justice and Wrath, and Sovereignty and Judgment, for example, are much more important to them than love. To Christians like this, the Gospel is more about escaping the eternal flames of hell than it is about knowing a God who loves us enough to lay down His life for the world…. Read more

Just once I’d love to hear you  take your megaphone and stand up in front of the bar, or outside the rock concert and say something like this: “Listen to me, oh people! The God who made the world and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth and does not live in temples built by human hands. “That’s right! God does not live in a church! “And he is not served by human hands, as if he needed… Read more

For years I was told by my pastors, my Sunday School teachers and my mentors that I needed to have a dedicated Quiet Time with God if I wanted to grow as a Christian and learn to hear God’s voice. And I believed it. So, I used to schedule time every morning to spend with God. For the first few days, maybe even a week, I’d wake up early, pour some coffee, sit down on the sofa with my Bible… Read more

Over the last few months, I’ve run across 3 scripture verses that are seriously melting my brain. (In a very good way.) The first one is this: “15 The Son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. 16 For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him. 17 He is before all things, and in him all things hold together. 18 And he… Read more

As the American Empire begins its slow decline, here’s a handy checklist to help you determine when you are officially living in a Fascist State: Does your Government spy on your phone calls, email, and text communications? Does your Government execute its own citizens without a trial or even formal criminal charges? Does your Government imprison journalists who attempt to expose their war crimes?  Does your nation currently imprison more of its citizens than any other nation on the face of the planet? Are your local police carrying… Read more

I realized the other day that I spend a lot of my time trying to introduce Christians to Jesus. The hard thing is, most of them don’t realize that they’re not following Jesus. They think that because they are “Christians” or because they prayed the sinner’s prayer, that means they’re Christ-followers. Unfortunately, no. Here’s how I know this: I used to be just like them. I was actually a licensed and ordained minister of the Gospel who had served as… Read more

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