The Wrath of God: Is God Really Mad At Me?

The Bible is replete with references to the word “wrath” (and its derivatives) including, of course, the wrath of God. In fact, the Bible contains over 200 references to wrath, making it a major theme throughout the Bible—in both the Old and New Testaments. By definition in American English, “wrath” is “intense anger; rage; fury.”Continue reading “The Wrath of God: Is God Really Mad At Me?”

Hope In Prophecy

At the very beginning of this teaching, I’m going to make a bold, outrageous statement you may or may not agree with. Here’s that statement: 2,000 years ago when God was here as a human named Jesus of Nazareth, He brought to a complete end and fulfilled all prophecy in the Old Testament. Yes, Jesus of NazarethContinue reading “Hope In Prophecy”

Hope In Justice

Hope In Justice I was excited to be able to teach about Anchors One and Two from Gerry Beauchemin’s book, Hope For All, and now I am excited to teach about Anchor Six, “Hope In Justice.”  Here is a preliminary statement I want to make at the very beginning:  Both Justice and Judgment in the Bible areContinue reading “Hope In Justice”

Hope in Fire

The book Hope For All by my friend Gerry Beauchemin lists 10 Anchors or 10 reasons why God’s love ultimately prevails over everything and everyone.  To me, this book—along with its companion book Hope Beyond Hell—taken together are both the clearest introduction available on the market today about the subject of God’s relentless, prevailing love—about how God isContinue reading “Hope in Fire”

Free Will

About 20 years ago I began keeping a file labeled “Human Free Will” in which I jotted down some of my own thoughts as they occurred to me, some thoughts Holy Spirit gave to me, and some thoughts I gleaned from various books and other literature I read. I failed to write down the namesContinue reading “Free Will”

The Wilderness

Wilderness: n. A dry, hot place; a wild, isolated, barren, place; an obscure or unknown place; a deserted, desolate place. The word, “wilderness,” appears over 300 times in the Scriptures, making it an important subject therein simply by sheer volume of references. Bible scholars and students have often focused on the “Wilderness experience” of JesusContinue reading “The Wilderness”


I became a believer in Jesus many years ago. Details of that awesome experience are written in my autobiography,  Him ‘n me. Immediately after I became a believer in Jesus, I began voraciously reading the Bible—and haven’t stopped since, reading it completely through a minimum of once a year—sometimes more. In addition to reading theContinue reading “Rewards”


          In Romans 8: 18 in the New Testament portion of the Bible, the writer of the letter to the Romans, Paul, made an outrageous statement: He says that all human sufferings are “not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us.” (Romans 8: 18) The human raceContinue reading “Restoration”


Whew, even the sound of that particular word evokes all sorts of negative images in the minds of many people, doesn’t it? Those negative images are wrong. Honestly! They really are. The concept of repentance has been given some pretty bad and untrue publicity by Hollywood movies, by some fictional novels, by hellfire and brimstoneContinue reading “Repent”


God Says: “We Need to Talk.”           Before I invited Jesus into my life at age eighteen, I had very little understanding of church, religion, the Bible, God . . . .             But somehow I knew that since I had  recently invited Jesus to come into andContinue reading “Prayer”


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