This is painfully obvious, but I think it needs to be said. Whether you’re young or old, wise or foolish, innocent or guilty, you, I, and the rest of the world are dying at a reasonably rapid rate. The current … Continue reading Like it or not, we’re all gonna die
Since ancient times, much has been said about the nature of Heaven and Hell. Even today, speculation enshrouds the reality of these finalities. Have you ever been told that “Good people go to heaven, bad people to hell”? If, or … Continue reading Choices, choices
On March 25, 1866, Charles Spurgeon gave a 7672-word sermon titled: Future Punishment A Fearful Thing. Spurgeon expounded that, God has ordained both the terrors of the Law and the tenderness of the Gospel—that by means of both—men may be … Continue reading A brief word or two from Spurgeon
All gifts, stories, enterprises and miracles are God’s, not ours. We can choose to believe we’re the masters and creators of our intelligence, that we’re independent, free from one another, free to choose this, that or the other. But the … Continue reading Where did all the languages come from?