So much of this blog has been about prayer. There are more articles on prayer and revival and repentance over the last 11 years than any other topic. And it is to stories like the link below to which every one of those posts were aimed. Please, please click on the link below and read … More Prayer, Repentance, Prayer, Revival
Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge,But he who hates reproof is stupid. Proverbs 12:1 Ours is a culture that hates discipline. It does not want to know the precepts of God. It rejects the commands of a law giving God. It hates to be confronted on the wickedness of its choices. And as a result, it … More What we love makes us wise, or stupid.
Isaiah 5:20 “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter! Indisputable facts: When biological men are called women because they “identify as female” When biological women are called men because they “identify as male” When men … More Living Under a Prophetic “Woe”
35 And Jesus went throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom and healing every disease and every affliction. 36 When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. 37 Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but … More Do Missionaries Deserve Our Support?
Next to the Last Song, Side BNO COMPROMISE LP, by Keith Green The next to the last song on the album is the only song not written by Keith or Melody Green. It is actually a cover of a song by Jamie Owens-Collins from the Jesus Movement era. But in Keith’s hands and heart, it … More How Does a Lover Sing?
Christmas is near. I love it when I find or someone sends me new artists or songs of praise that have substance to their thinking. I’m so tired of “Christian songs” that are more about the singer than they are about Jesus and the Kingdom. Songs with good theology that exalt the Living God, the … More O Come, All You UNfaithful
“We are the colorful ones.” (Keith Green) Our lives, as a friend of mine is fond of saying, are the only Jesus people will see or hear. Keith Green understood that. He knew that the people were always watching us to see if there was any consistency between what we proclaimed and how we … More Our Lives are Windows
The heart of the faith is to desire to always be faithful to Christ, to never fall away, to walk closely with Christ for all our days. Unfortunately, too many who make professions of faith seem to be fruitless because of the rocks of persecution (Mark 4:17) cause them to abandon their hope in Christ. … More The Heart-Break of Unfaithfulness
The final song of Side A on Keith Green’s NO COMPROMISE LP is a song titled “My Eyes are Dry”. He seems to be designing a worship service for the family of God. He started with a call to worship and a plea for the congregation with “Soften Your Heart”. Then he moved to pastoral … More May Your Eyes be Ever Moist
One of the great questions in heaven might be, “How many Christians were awakened from slumbar and lethargy for the things of God simply by the Spirit of God causing them to hear Keith Green sing this song?” I’ll bet the numbers will be astronomically high. The fifth song on Side A of Keith Green’s … More “Asleep in the Light”