Tag: Jesus Christ

  • Politics in America: Destructive, Divisive and Demonic

    The following is a discussion I had today with a friend on Facebook. She is a Reformed believer. I initially posted: I’m absolutely disgusted by politics! I refuse to waste another second of my life discussing Republicans or Democrats! With the Republican support in Congress for the so-called same-sex marriage bill, the bill was able […]

  • Some Thoughts on the Lord’s Day

    Oh what a mysteryThat the Creator of the universeShould humble HimselfAnd incarnate as a man Who can fathom thisMiracle of miraclesThe omnipotent and sovereign GodAs a creature What depths of loveDrove the God-Man to usTo redeem wretched mankindSuch love is eternal Born to a virginChrist lived among usHe was sinless, perfect in every wayHe experienced […]

  • The Gospel Call

    Fervently spread the Gospel to the lostNo matter how heavy the cost For it alone has the power, you seeTo set every captive free A sinless Christ was bornFor us, He faced men’s scorn He died for our sins on the crossAnd entered eternal doss But death had lost its stingLet choirs of angels sing […]

  • America: Designed to Fail?

    I’ve come to realize that most modern appliances and electronics are actually designed with the intent that they will fail within a certain calculated time span. Anywhere from 3-7 years for fridges and 10-14 at the maximum. This failure is implicit in the design specifications, materials used, manufacturing processes, and is well known to those […]

  • An Easter Meditation

    I rose todayAnd thanked GodLike any other day But today is special you seeFor it commemorates that day long agoWhen we, in Christ, got the victory Two millennia ago in David’s cityOur Savior Christ was put on trialHe willingly gave up His security He was beaten, scourged, and mockedChrist endured it all out of love […]

  • Problems in Roman Catholic Theology

    As a Reformed Protestant, it should be no surprise that I have numerous problems with Roman Catholic theology. We actually agree on some things, such as the Real Presence of Christ in communion. Roman Catholics describe this process as transubstantiation whereas I prefer to keep it a mystery and eschew the outdated Aristotelian categories of […]