130 Myths You May Have or May Not Heard About – A huge list of 130 different types of myths or wives tales. You must read them to see them all. Too many to list and go over for a description. #Myths
Sin Justification a form of saying or believing that it is okay to sin against God so you will be content with yourself. #SinJustification #Sin
Filled with Gold – When a pot is broken the the Japanese will join or mend the pieces together with gold. It actually makes the mended broken piece worth more money because they joined the broken pieces with gold. This art form is called kintsukuroi. This artwork repairs the pot and adds to keep the history of the pot. It also makes the pot no longer disgusting from the broken state.
If I Were the Devil by Paul Harvey – a news commentary from Paul Harvey about what it would be like if he was the devil. His comment was true then and still true today! It sounds as if it came out in the news today! #IfIWereTheDevil #PaulHarvey
Happy 4th of July. Maybe you will take this special day to share Jesus with others and be a bold witness or hand out gospel tracts. #4thofJuly #IndepednaceDay #July4 #July4th
Happy Memorial Day! Thank you to those men and women who died to protect our freedoms. Plus. Special shoutout to One that shed His blood for our ultimate freedom … Jesus! #MemorialDay
VOTD May 5 – “If you do good to those who do good to you, what credit is that to you? For even sinners do the same. If you lend to those from whom you expect to receive, what credit is that to you? Even sinners lend to sinners in order to receive back the same amount.” Luke 6:33-34 NASB
Born Sinful – When we are born, we are born with the sin nature. We don’t even have to learn it! It is something that happens! #BornSinful
God is the one Source quote a quote from Dr. Steven J. Lawson God is…
Happy Easter | I talk about today being Easter, Resurrection Day. The day where Jesus Christ arose from the grave and conquered death. He also died to save us from our sins too. #Easter #ResurrectionSunday #Resurrection
VOTD April 7 – “Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed. The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much.” James 5:16 NASB
I talk about what Good Friday is. Good Friday is part of Holy Week that leads to Easter. This is the day Jesus Died on the Cross at Calvary. #GoodFriday #Easter
The phrase ‘No Bones About It’ is often used as well to state a fact with no doubt meaning Christ arose from the dead His bones were never found! Jesus Christ is surely alive!
What is Palm Sunday? When is Palm Sunday? I talk about Palm Sunday the start of Holy Week that leads to our Saviors death, burial and resection. #PalmSunday #PassionSunday
April Fools Day – Atheist Day – The fool hath said in his heart there is no God and this is no foolish joke either. Find out what the Bible says about the fool. #Fool #AprilFools #AprilFoolsDay #AtheistDay
Sweating Blood Prayer, an earnest prayer that Jesus prayed. When is last time you prayed like Jesus? I mean hard earnest prayer, a prayer where the blood sweat prayer. A hard deep prayer like Jesus did in the Mount of Olives before He was Crucified. He prayed so hard he sweated blood! Don’t just let Easter time remind you of this type of prayer, but let it be in your heart all the time. For this is a deep earnest burden type of prayer.
What is the truth about the Easter Bunny and Easter Eggs? A goddess? Fertility? Who should we celebrate? Find out in this blog entry. #EasterBunny #Easter #EasterEggs
I am sure you seen this story going around on the internet about why Jesus folded the napkin or known as the linen burial cloth in His Tomb. This blog post talks about that and if there is any proof of this or not.
Most Sinful States in America – Find out what the most sinful states are in the United States. Did the state you live in make the list? Read on to find out! You might be surprised! #SinfulStates
Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. Also known as Day of Ashes. This day is marked with services of penitence (fasting and repentance). Celebrated by many Christian faiths including Anglicans, Lutherans, Methodists, Presbyterians, and Roman Catholics. #AshWednesday #DayofAshes