30 day blog challenge. Day 6 how I came across wordpress

Haha today is actually my birthday so happy birthday me :-D!!!

Today’s post is about how I came across WordPress and how my life has changed since joining.

Well my wonderful wife has a WordPress called everchanginginchristjesus. I will post a link to it later because I’m doing these blogs from my phone now because I am on vacation with my wonderful wife and her awesome family. I love these people I’ll write about them later hahaha. But anyway my wife introduced me to WordPress and told me I should post things

Initially I didn’t want to because I didn’t feel like I had anything good to say. But with thought and prayer I felt led to do so, so here I am today with a blog. And I’ve loved doing this ever since. 

This site has changed my life because ever since I’ve had it I’ve met some really cool people and learned a lot about how God works in other people’s lives by reading what others have to say and hearing their testimonies. I’ve had my first experience with praying upfront to someone which was awesome and exhilarating yet nerve racking. Hahaha and I’ve also realized that I’m not the only one in the world with an actual love for God.

In this world we live in today it’s hard believe there’s any REAL LOVE out there whatsoever. There is no love if it is absent of God and that’s all we see in the media today. 

But yes my wife introduced me to this site and my experience has been wonderful since I’ve joined!!!

30 day blog challenge. day 5 What I think about education.

What do I think about education?

Well the answer to this question depends on who, what, when, where why and how the individual is educated.

Getting an education today means something totally different from what it used to mean.

The things being taught in public schools and even in some theology based schools in regards to science and human growth and development in my opinion is outrageous and is a way to control the minds of the youth.

I would have no problem with these things being taught if they were facts or even the slightest bit scientific. But they aren’t, things like evolution and the big bang theory have no place in textbooks around the country.Those theories are unfounded and can not be tested scientifically. The fact that they are taught these things despite the lack of scientific foundation shows that it is nothing more than a strategy to mold the perspectives of children to make them believe there is no use for a God and that we are God’s 

To make matters worse schools are now further confusing the minds of children by encouraging kids to embrace what ever gender they would like to be identified as and that being born with male genitalia does not make you a male and vise versa.

Education for the youth is nothing more than a way to confuse and brainwash children in their adolescence.

But when you get older you have college to look forward to. This is pretty much a prolonged learning experience designed to take your money and keep you out of the working field for as long as possible.

Most Doctors, Nurses, surgeons and other health care professionals I work with have admitted that most of the things they’ve learned in college they did the even need and that they did not truly learn to be what they are until they started working in their field. 

Education as a form of enlightenment or training in a particular field I am all for, encourage and believe is an absolute necessity, but the way children are taught and the things they are taught today I am 100% against. Because those things are 100% against God. 

30 day blogging challenge day 3. 5 of my pet peeves

This one is a pretty tough one to write because I’m not easily angered. Not much gets under my skin and I’m actually known as “the guy who is always happy and smiling” at work. Not only that but I truly do try to live by James 1:19,”My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry,” but nevertheless I am not perfect and here and there I do get annoyed.

These are my 5 pet peeves:

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Doubt is like a spiritual disease, I call it paleohyperdoubtapathy. This word when broken down means the ancient disease regarding an excessive amount of doubt. I among many fellow believers have been given no reason whatsoever to doubt the power of God. He truly has shown me just how able He is. I have a whole new perspective and understanding of the words of Jeremiah in chapter 32 v 17 in the book of Jeremiah because of all that God has shown me and brought me through, “Ah Lord God! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee.”, and the words of Jesus in Matthew 17:20 weathered the storm that I was facing when I wrote full plate, and God wont let me “… if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” With all of this being said, the only question is



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Slavery in the bible, a letter to the skeptic


While debating a skeptic on whether or not the God of the bible is good, I was asked if I morally agreed with the practice of slavery. In my mind I was thinking of the slavery that the Israelites endured in Egypt or more recently the slavery that Africans were forced into for nearly 400 years. My reply was, “I do not morally agree with the practice of slavery.” He then presents his argument for why he believes the bible, “unambiguously condones and supports” slavery. Admittedly, I was taken back by his well supported response. In fact, I couldn’t offer a retort of my own so I asked for some time to look into the topic to develop a clear concise and unbiased perspective on the subject matter.

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