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WHAT DOES IT MEAN, TO BE A SPIRITUAL ADULTERER? Spiritual adultery is unfaithfulness to God. It is having an undue fondness for the things of the world. Spiritually adultery is comparable in certain respects to the unfaithfulness of one’s spouse: “‘But like a woman faithless to her lover, even so have you been faithless to me, O house of Israel,’ says the LORD” (Jeremiah 3:20; see also Isaiah 1:21; 57:8; Ezekiel 16:30). The Bible tells us that people who choose to be friends with the world are an “adulterous people” having “enmity against God” (James 4:4–5). The “wor...


"Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord:"   - (Deuteronomy 6:4-9) WHO ARE YOU WALKING WITH? Forgetting who we were walking with, often in life we lose our way, no longer living with passion, or deep connection, as we allow distractions to GOD’s perfect will, to become interruptions to our divine connection (Revelation 2:4-5). With this connection severed, we become unable to appreciate the intangible things that really matter, like faithfulness and respect. Many develop deep emotional wounds inside, that contaminate and sabotage efforts to project and sustain godly love. Lacking...


I KNOW THAT YOU FEEL SORRY, BUT YOU MUST REPENT! 2 Corinthians 7:10(KJV) 10 For godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of the world worketh death. JESUS CHRIST  through HIS death paid the penalty for our sins so that we can repent. Repentance begins with a change of heart and mind, these changes further result in a change in choices and actions, or a turning away from sin and turning to GOD for forgiveness. What, then, is the connection between repentance and salvation? The Book of Acts seems to especially focus on repentance in regards to ...


Matthew 22:14 (KJV)  For many are called, but few are chosen. This passage is often used to justify someones entry into the ministry. Suggesting that those who are in the ministry are the chosen ones, and those who are not, are the called ones.  While the true context of this passage is framed in the parable that JESUS is sharing. It is interesting how we as human beings have the tendency to prejudge and discriminate against each other as we exalt ourselves into the most favorable positions, when JESUS warned in Matthew 23:13, "But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shu...


Is this line of thinking supported in scripture, or is this a way to extend man's grace upon God, excusing GOD from perceived negligence and or failure? This way of thinking often comes into play when we pray for things and don't seem to receive what we asked for, an example could be the healing of a terminally ill loved one, or for a specific result in any given situation.   I invite you to embrace me in a scriptural examination of this question, as we discover in scripture who GOD is, while examining why things are as they are. Please bring your thoughts, questions, stories,...


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