The Puritans and the Christians Today

Puritans 1 Peter 2:12With Thanksgiving fast approaching, I thought I’d share some thoughts regarding the Puritans.

When you hear the word, “Puritan”, what comes to mind?  Is it an image of self-righteous, obnoxious, narrow-minded, humorless, witch-hunting, killjoy kind of person?  I used to think that way, until I became a believer!

In sixteenth-century England, the Puritans were concerned about bringing Christian values to bear an increasingly secular nation.  The Christians today have the same problem.  What was the Puritan’s solution back then?  Go to America and create a purely Christian society for the world to see and follow. Continue Reading

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The Legend of the Jack O’Lantern

Occult (in latin “accultus”) means to cover up, hide or conceal.  The purpose is to deceive you.Jack O'Lantern - Ephesians 4:27

Occultism is always involved with some contact with the demonic world. 

One of the characteristics of occultism is that it creates a strange magnetism that draws the participant while, at the same time, frightens him. People are attracted to it and move into it, but always with some degree of fear and trepidation.

Demons and occultism work hand in hand. In fact, occultism would not exist without demons. If there were no demons, there would be no occult.

Here is some important information about the legend of the Jack O’Lantern. Continue Reading

Memorial Day

Arlington Cemetary

On Memorial Day, many celebrate the three day weekend to party, have barbecues, enjoy the beginning of summer, have a good time and etc.  But we need to remember that on this day, we should take a moment of silence to mourn and to remember those who had fallen for our country.  We wouldn’t be here without the soldiers.  Memorial Day is about men and women who gave their best.  They did what they were called to do to protect the nation, our nation. Continue Reading

America’s Forgotten Heritage – In God We Trust

US Flag

“A nation which does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do.  We are trying to do a futile thing if we do not know where we have come from, or what we have been about.”  – President Woodrow Wilson

God used imperfect men to establish this country.  When the Founding Fathers of America established the laws and the constitution, they used biblical principles and standards to go by.  The Founding Fathers understood that this country could prosper only under God’s blessings.  They recognized that for God to bestow His blessings, His principals had to be honored and embraced. Continue Reading