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For all those who love His appearing

For all those who love His appearing

By Emily Tomko
Preparing for the return of our Lord in these last days.
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For all those who love His appearing

The Classroom Pulpit: how the religion of humanism undermined a generation
John Dewey, author of the Humanist Manifesto (1933), along with his disciples, understood that a generation drifting further away from God’s standards of righteousness would be unfit for the liberty of self-government, and that the heavy yoke of socialism and the reduction of reason and intellect went hand in hand.
September 3, 2020
A supernatural church or just another service club?
The world, the secular arena apart from Jesus Christ, is incapable of solving problems concerning the human condition. At best, all that the secular world can do is rearrange problems so that they look different. Are we the church moving in the supernatural, or are we simply engaged in the same humanist philosophy of a civic organization?
August 11, 2020
Humanism: looming public enemy
What is humanism? How is it presented in the Bible? Are you or your church operating in humanism?
August 4, 2020
Five Signs of the Last Days
What are some of the signposts scripture gives us as indicators of the Last Days? Recognizing the times that we are in, how do we prepare for what's ahead?
July 25, 2020
Is the Lord using Covid to sift the church?
Are we living in the days of Revelation and of 2 Thessalonians 2? Are we seeing the great Falling Away (Apostasy) and also the rise of the Man of Lawlessness? How quickly the response to Covid seems to be ushering in events of the end times! In all of it, the Lord is jealous for His bride to emerge.
July 22, 2020
A fate worse than atheism?
Is it possible to be in a worse state than that of someone who never met God? According to the Bible, yes.
July 16, 2020