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  I have been thinking of something to write concerning the politically charged time we find our selves living in right now.

It is open season from the liberal left on conservatism, conservatives and the “religious right.!” 

We {society} are entering into the times that Jesus of Nazareth spoke of; Matthew 10:22

“You will be hated by everyone because of me, . .” The Gods honest truth is those who buy into the lib spiel don’t even realize they are the ones spoughing/spewing hate!

Paul, one of the writers of the New Testament Epistles put it this way:

Ephesians 6:12

“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, . .”

For sure we are struggling against rulers, authorities, the powers of this dark world and against spiritual forces of evil.

The violence of the past Jan. 6th. Wasn’t the answer. The darkness can reside in a lot of different hearts.

I found this old post I feel it still applies. 


Posted by R.C. "Bob" Lewis on August 17, 2019 at 9:23am

Exo 20:4 “You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below.

5. You shall not bow down to them or worship them;

I am afraid that society has never considered that denying "God" is a form of "hate."

I doubt the "shooters" had ever heard that from any preacher or from any Christian friends or neighbors.

(We will get to "thou shalt not" later)

IDOLATRY can take many forms.

Something as simple as skipping church for NFL on Sunday (not to mention the "Sabbath to keep it Holy")

Pastor Timothy Keller wrote: "the idols that drive us are complex, multi layered and largely hidden from us." (Counterfeit gods)

Ones Ideology can become a driving force in every day life. It seems this violence is mostly driven by their ideology!

Hate blinded their eyes, hidden in their ideology is IDOLATRY!

We have let down society with a quiet Gospel, because some shouted "judgmental"! We have tempered our witness to God loves you just the way you are, instead of proclaiming "Therefore hear the word of the Lord" Isaiah 28:14

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If you take one step, God will take two

Posted on September 28, 2018 at 9:41 PM Comments comments (281)

God will take Two

If you will take one step, God will take Two

In St. Luke 19 we see Zacchaeus just out of curiosity climbed a tree to see this man Jesus of Nazareth some call Christ , the Messiah or Savior. Let me point out the Scripture tells us that Zacchaeus was short (Vrs.3) so it took him some effort to get through the crowd and then some struggle to climb the tree. Jesus passing by looked up and said “I must stay at your house” knowing that Zacchaeus was only curios yet put out much effort Jesus made Himself part of his life. Zacchaeus took the first step, Jesus took the next step looking up saying “come down” the second step was abiding with him that day.


In St. Matthews Gospel Chapter 8 Vrs. 5-7 there came to Jesus a Roman soldier asking not for himself but his servant who he explained lay grievously sick and tormented. (the Centurion took one step)

In vrs. 7 Jesus did more than the soldier expected saying, “I will come and heal him.” Jesus took two steps without hesitation, Jesus was willing to go. The soldier being a man of authority in charge of other men, he explained “I say go or come, they come or do this, they do.” (Vrs. 9) The soldiers request was “say the word and my servant will be healed.” Christ marveled at so “great Faith” then said “go thy way and as thou hast believed, so be it done unto the” and his servant was healed in the same hour! (Vrs.13)


In St. John Chapter 11 is the story of Lazarus, he had two sister whom Jesus had visited earlier now Jesus receives word that His friend was ill. The sisters Mary and Martha took one step.

Jesus delayed his return for two days upon their arrival they learned Lazarus had been dead four days. After comforting them with words of resurrection and eternal life some talked among themselves, had Jesus not healed the lame, deaf and the blind? Healing the leper and those sick of palsy? Had He been here would He not have healed His friend Lazarus? Surly Mary and Martha walking with Jesus to the four day old grave of their brother expected a eulogy. Upon their arrival Christ commanded they roll away the stone that covered the entrance to where Lazarus lay. In astonishment, Martha said, “by now he stink. (Vrs.39) Now with words of encouragement Christ prayed, then said, “Lazarus come forth.”

Jesus Christ did more than they expected. He took one step in coming to comfort them. He took two steps in raising Lazarus from the grave.


And he that was dead came forth. (Vrs.44)

Zacchaeus only expected to see Jesus who he was. Christ went and “stayed with him.”

The soldier expected only that Christ command the the servant be healed, yet at the centurions request, Christ said “I will come.”

Mary and Martha expected only comfort from Christ's presence, but their brother was raised from death.