Who Is My Neighbor?

I always considered everyone my neighbor.  My father, however, offered a different perspective of who a neighbor is according to Jesus (Yeshua) in the parable of the Good Samaritan.  A parable depicts a simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson. The word parable in Latin reflects a comparison. Let us look at a neighbor (a person who… Read More


Personal Revival Personal revival taught by Evan Roberts 100 years ago You must put away unconfessed sin. You must put away any doubtful habit. You must obey the Holy Spirit promptly. You must confess Christ publicly. “Sustained prayer must be the norm if we are to experience the birth pangs of a new spiritual era.”… Read More

Where are God’s Children?

I asked a friend to write her testimony or an article to share.  This Catholic friend takes the words of Yeshua (Jesus) to a much higher level via application within her life–enjoy and reflect. Can we find Heaven here on earth if all of us who proclaim to be Christians are doing God’s will? I… Read More

7 Key Points From the Story of the Centurion and Widow

  Step #1: We need to take our burdens to God with humility.  There are some struggles we cannot overcome on our own no matter how hard we try.  The sooner we realize this fact, the quicker we will turn to God to help us. Let’s look at the heart of the Centurion requesting help from… Read More

The Gift Of God Is Eternal Life–Part 1: Two Paths

  Two Paths There are two paths in this life.  You walk presently on one or the other.  Matthew explains these two paths in the following ways found below: 13 Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which… Read More

Just Stuff

Today’s article will touch on a variety of subjects and will not quote Scripture directly but will address themes that are supported by Scriptures that can be identified and referenced at later times under later circumstances. The first topic is going to be on balance and focusing on what is important and what is not. There are… Read More

Meditations from the books of Timothy

This image of Paul above comes from wikimedia.org.  Paul may or may not have written both books of Timothy. Timothy was a son of a Jewish mother (Afro-Asiatic) and a Greek father.  Paul profoundly took interest in the development of young Timothy.  He provides instructions for his Christian development into a strong leader. He reminds Timothy… Read More