The Relationship Law of Sowing and Reaping


2 Corinthians 9:6 – “Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.”

Amy and Randall had been married for eight years, and they loved each other. However, when he was angry or upset, Randall became moody and would withdraw from Amy and the kids, except for occasional outbursts of anger. When his manufacturing business was struggling, he would sit silently through dinner. Once, during this period, the children were arguing at the dinner table. Out of the blue, Randall said, “Amy, can’t you keep these children in line? I can’t even have a moment’s peace in my own home!” And with that, he stormed out of the kitchen into his home office, turned on the computer, and stayed there until the kids went to bed.

Amy was hurt and confused. But she had a pattern of “handling” Randall’s moods. She would try to cheer him up by being positive, encouraging, and compliant. “He has a hard job,” Amy would think. “Nurturance is what he needs.” And for the next few hours, and sometimes days, she would center the family’s existence around Dad’s mood. Everyone would walk on eggshells around him. No one was to complain or be negative about any subject, for fear of setting him off again. And Amy would constantly try to draw him out, affirm him, and make him happy. All her emotional energy went into helping Randall feel better… [read more]

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Porn Use in Church Continues to Escalate


porn in the church

I think one of the reasons, and maybe the main reason, for the powerless modern American church is the sin of pornography in the camp. How many powerless pastors have their minds soaked in pornography?  This sin grieves the Holy Spirit and renders the believers powerless with a feeling of condemnation. What pornography does is create sexual idolatry in the mind which deadens one’s emotions. A person lives in a sexual fantasy land rather than in reality. In the end, it can rule a person’s life just as crack cocaine can do.

I have prayed with great results for many males and females to be set free from the bondage of this sin. If you would like prayer, please email me at McT911@aol.com, and I can arrange a time for prayer. With females I always have a female prayer partner with me.

May the Holy God of Israel bless and protect you.

John 14:2-3 In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also…. [read more]

Many more U.S. Christians headed to jail in 2016?


Kim Davis The year 2015 witnessed a Supreme Court decision ruling there was a constitutional right to same-sex marriage, a federal judge jailing a county clerk for refusing to issue licenses to gay couples and the public explosion of the transgender movement, but one of the key figures in the culture wars says 2016 could well… Continue reading “Many more U.S. Christians headed to jail in 2016?”

Murdered Pastor’s Wife Amanda Blackburn Wrote This Love Letter to Jesus Hours Before She Died


Davey and Amanda Blackburn with their son, Weston.As reports circulated of the murder of Amanda Blackburn, everyone from her husband to her father to her sister focused on one fact: Blackburn was in love with Jesus.

Her husband, Davey Blackburn, recently tweeted Amanda’s last journal entry, mere hours before her death.

Murdered Pastor’s Wife Amanda Blackburn Wrote This Love Letter to Jesus Hours Before She Died

Court Puts Church Freedom Over Government Regulations


The European Court of Human Rights Tuesday strengthened the right of churches to operate freely without government interference.The European Court of Human Rights Tuesday strengthened the right of churches to operate freely without government interference.

ADF International filed an expert brief in the case Nagy v. Hungary, arguing that, according to international law, churches and religious organizations are entitled to manage their internal affairs without interference by the government or other state bodies. With its ruling, the court strengthened the principle of church autonomy at the center of the right to freedom of religion.

Court Puts Church Freedom Over Government Regulations