The Bible likens the Church of Jesus Christ to an assembly, a body, a family, a kingdom and an army.
I’m not, nor have I ever been an “ordained” pastor; neither has there ever been a calling on my life to become a pastor.Continue reading The Pastor
Emanuel Minos (1925-2014) was born in the Belgian Congo of a Greek father and a Congelose mother.Continue reading Two Prophecies (Part 2)
The ultimate fate of the Earth and its inhabitants is no great mystery…Continue reading Two Prophecies (Part 1)
Last night, after over a year of separation and silence, I had a phone conversation with my wife.Continue reading On Failure
“Whoever is not with Me is against Me, and whoever does not gather with Me scatters.” – Jesus ChristContinue reading The Silent Church
Does an experience as universal as loneliness really require an eradicating cure?Continue reading LONELINESS!
You know what it’s like to be treated unjustly.
Injustice stabs like a dagger–especially when the victim is one’s self. In a very real sense, injustice is a form of rape: a violation of one’s dignity and an affront to one’s personal worth.Continue reading Revengeance for All!
We continue our Perfection Howto from Part 2 with Step Five.
Over the past two millennia there have been many attempts in many languages to communicate the nexus of what Step Four means (unconditional acceptance from God). One of the best of these is John Bunyan’s “The Doctrine of Law and Grace Unfolded” edited by Michael Rotolo for a more modern rendering of Bunyan’s 1659 English dialect. You must be patient, however, with dear old John; he goes to enormous lengths to destroy any hope your soul may have of pleasing God by what you do.Continue reading How to be Perfect (Part 3)