Angel Visit

NOTE: Recently, the following report appeared on my home-office FAX machine. Obviously, it appeared there by mistake; we have been unable to trace its source, and our FAX machine was not malfunctioning at the time. Doubtless the mysterious report was not intended for human eyes, but because of its startling contents, I am reproducing itContinue reading “Angel Visit”

Solid Foundation

It’s just plain ol’ common sense: if someone begins to construct a building that will stand firm and last a long time, they should always begin with a solid foundation. If you don’t have a solid, strong foundation, whatever you construct on that foundation will fall apart and collapse.  God is engaged in the lifelong processContinue reading “Solid Foundation”

Creating My Future

Both my past and my future begin right now, this very instant.  My past is ever swirling and eddying behind me, and my future ever beginning, ever unfolding  endlessly before me, ever becoming my past, ever changing . . . God and I ever co-creating it according to his eternal purposes for my life.” Previously,Continue reading “Creating My Future”

Beyond the Far Shores of Time

Let’s examine for a few moments the concepts of time and eternity—as taught by both modern science and the Bible. They are both integral parts of the broader truth of God’s very own eternal LIFE within his sons and daughters. I’ll attempt to teach these two concepts as somewhat separate from one another, but, ofContinue reading “Beyond the Far Shores of Time”

Anastasia

Everything ever written about Jesus has been written since his resurrection. The resurrection of Jesus sets Him apart from all other religious leaders in all of history: they’re still dead. He’s alive! Take away Jesus’ resurrection and your faith in Him collapses. Your faith is in vain. Nothing about Jesus would be worth discussing orContinue reading “Anastasia”

21st Century Church

I am writing this teaching in the first year of the 21st century—2001. I wonder what people will think who might read it in the early 22nd century. Will they feel the article was timely, appropriate, and correct? Or, might they feel I was a “false prophet” when I wrote it and none of theContinue reading “21st Century Church”