Jehoshaphat’s Advice For Your Job

Judah was a mess. The people had gone after pagan gods. Judah’s national security was at risk. Then came Jehoshaphat. Jehoshaphat was a reformer, and one of the main means of reform he brought was his appointment of judges. But it wasn’t  just the appointment of judges that brought reform but the implementation of the […]

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History About the Temple in Jerusalem You’ve Never Heard

As I have noted in other posts, in 312AD Constantine the Great became the first Christian emperor of the Roman Empire. This ended nearly three centuries of state sponsored persecution against the Christians and was a fulfillment of Jesus’ promise that the Gates of Hades would not prevail against the Church. Constantine’s successor, following the […]

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A History Lesson For The Philippine Atheists

I read an article the other day about atheists in the Philippines trying to do good works to convert people to atheism. They admit they are copying what they have (wrongly) interpreted as a strategy Christians have successfully used in the past. Interestingly, this is not the first time a concerted effort has been made to […]

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A Life Lesson On Whom To Trust

So, this doesn’t really have anything to do with the kingdom per se. I’m going off topic. But I was recently hired to defend a company sued in an overtime case by a young attorney who used to work in the same building with me. In fact, because he was a young attorney and knew […]

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How Your Sanctification Happens

“Work out your salvation with fear and trembling for it is God who is at work in you, both to will and work according to His good pleasure.” Phil. 2:12-13. This scripture has always interested me. In speaking about salvation here, Paul must be talking about sanctification. As I mentioned in my last post, this […]

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