Spurgeon’s Sorrows by Zack Erswine (book review)

Charles Spurgeon is one of my favorite preachers and writers. He was definitely God’s gift to his  generation. Fortunately, his sermons and books can still be checked out today. They are well worth checking out as they are rich in biblical truth. As impactful as he is, he is still a mere man who struggledContinue reading “Spurgeon’s Sorrows by Zack Erswine (book review)”

Christ’s Call to Reform the Church by John MacArthur (Book Review)

Repentance is not often touched upon in churches today, yet we are called to do so.  Discussed in this book are the 7 churches of Revelation, Christ’s indictment of them, followed by the end result. What can be appreciated in this book is the relevancy of biblical principles that still apply today! Each church isContinue reading “Christ’s Call to Reform the Church by John MacArthur (Book Review)”

Theology Matters Part 1: God

                          Theology matters because it teaches us about God. The above words ring true as that is what theology entails. Theology begins with God and in ends with God. Without a biblical understanding of God, how is one supposed to get an overviewContinue reading “Theology Matters Part 1: God”

Theology Matters

Theology That’s a word many churches will never discuss nor mentioned. In some cases, mentioning theology is met with disdain and disgust. “Save that for the theologians and seminaries, but not church, we got the spirit”, they say. It is passed on that’s irrelevant babble. It is left alone as an afterthought for those seekingContinue reading “Theology Matters”

Book Review: The Theology of Discipleship by Keith Johnson

Originally posted on Blessed Are The Forgiven:
The term theology is often shunned and disregarded by the modern church today. Personally, I’ve dealt with that in conversations where people say “oh, that’s theology” in an unpleasant tone. This disdain is reflective of how theology is viewed today. Yet at the same time, a disregard for sound…

Helps that Harm (an excerpt)

I was just reading a chapter in Zack Erswine’s book, “Spurgeon’s Sorrows” and what struck me is why sometimes people deal harshly with sufferers. Here is the following:  We judge others according to our circumstances rather than theirs. “There are a great many of you who appear to have a large stock of faith, butContinue reading “Helps that Harm (an excerpt)”

Stop Chasing People… Just Stop

Happy Friday reader, Just wanted to share my thoughts concerning chasing people. Face it, we have all done it. Maybe you wanted to fit in because you were the outcast. Or maybe you wanted to win someone’s heart over. Either way there is a desire to chase this person(s) down. However, after a while aContinue reading “Stop Chasing People… Just Stop”

Book Review: Depression- Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness by Edward T. Welch

  Hello everyone, it has been a long time since I’ve blogged. Life sometimes gets in the way so it happens. I hope to be more consistent this time around as there is much to share, such as what I’ve been reading. Lately, I’ve been meaning to read books on the topic as I’ve beenContinue reading “Book Review: Depression- Looking Up from the Stubborn Darkness by Edward T. Welch”