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Featured Articles

Does Ignorance Equal Innocence?

heads sandIn our country there is the understanding that ignorance of the law is not justification for violating it. No judge that I've ever seen or heard allows the "ignorance of the law defense" as a justifiable defense in a courtroom. Why, because every citizen is responsible for knowing the laws of his state, county or municipality. When it comes to the Scriptures, there are many who believe that Biblical ignorance equates spiritual innocence. This idea is utilized often in the area of marriage, divorce and re-marriage, although attempts are made to justify this in other area's as well. The premise goes something to the effect, that because people were not aware of God's law regarding a specific subject or better stated a sinful practice, God will not hold them accountable to that sin, and as a result are allowed to remain in that sinful practice and retain the fruits of it. 

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Harvest Time

corrupt harvest 1This has been an interesting year to say the least. We are witnessing a substantial change in the fabric and structure or our American government, society and culture. This change has been appalling to say the least to many and intolerable to most. The subject of homosexual marriage is perhaps the greatest indicator of the sift in the mindset of the American ideal. “Religious people” are up in arms and deeply concerned as to the plight and future of this great country. As Christians, (in the strictest Biblical sense) we must be conscience of this change, but not to the point of hopeless dismay. You see, we realize that there is nothing new under the sun (Eccl 1:9-10). We realize that the root of this change is what it has always been; sin (Rom 5:12). You see, the change or changes we are witnessing are not really due to a shift in public opinion, policy, politics, government structure, constitutional amendments, or poor leadership e.g. (President Obama or the Democratic Party) but is a result of a world of ungodly people under the sway and influence of the prince of this world, Satan (Eph 2:2). 

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True Bullies

bully There has been a great emphasis placed on the subject of bullying in the last few years. A bully is defined by Webster’s as a person who uses strength and power to harm or influence someone. Bullying is using superior strength or influence to intimidate someone, typically to force an individual or group to do what one wants. As I write this article, I am reminded of Paul’s inspired words to the Corinthians, warning them that ignorance of Satan’s devices will allow him to have an advantage over us (2 Corinthians 2:8-11). We must not take his influence or methods for granted; ever. 

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Profanity By Definition

Lords-Name-in-Vain-KB2"O my God!" "O Lord!" "Good God!" "Jesus Christ!" These words are good and pure when used properly but profane and vulgar when used to express nothing more than surprise or amazement. A person might utter the precious name of the Lord when he merely steps on his shoelace, stumps his toe or hears a piece of juicy gossip. There is even a magazine/website entitled OMG, devoted solely to celebrity gossip. Even serious matters are no excuse to abuse the Lord's name, let alone trivial matters. But every day, everywhere we go, it is being done - whether it be at work, in town, on television, on the internet or even in our homes. 

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