Thursday, March 31, 2011

Once Saved, Always Saved?

Once Saved, Always Saved?: "Listen to a discussion about eternal security and you’ll eventually hear this question: “Are you saying that since we’re secure as Christians, we can do whatever we want to?” It’s the “once saved, always saved” idea that says, once you are saved, you’re saved no matter how you may behave."

On The Box

On The Box: "From Kris (North Dakota): I have been talking with some of my Christian friends about biblical evangelism, because they are mostly 'friendship evangelists'. My friends have said that they do not talk with lost people on the streets, because they believe that someone else will witness to lost people, so my friends don't witness"

Stone the Preacher

Stone the Preacher: "I went to the Voice of the Martyrs Conference last Saturday. Man, we sure take our freedom for granted. You have to try real hard or be a real jerk to get arrested or persecuted for your faith in this country. If only Christians realized how truly valuable and precious our faith is, and how freely we are able to share it."

Atheist Central -- Ray Comfort's Blog

Atheist Central -- Ray Comfort's Blog: "I had to smile when I saw that I had made headlines once again on PZ Myers' popular blog. He called me a 'loon' and a 'little twit.'"

Harvest Daily Devotion for 3/31/2011: "A Working Conscience"

Harvest Daily Devotion for 3/31/2011: "A Working Conscience": "Arthur Conan Doyle, author of the famed Sherlock Holmes novels, was a bit of a practical joker. One day, on a lark, he jotted out a note and sent it to 12 of his closest friends. The note read, 'Flee at once! All is discovered!' Within 24 hours, all 12 of his friends had left the country"

Greg Laurie Daily Devotions - Greg Laurie daily devotion - Mar. 17, 2011 - Christian Devotional

Greg Laurie Daily Devotions - Greg Laurie daily devotion - Mar. 17, 2011 - Christian Devotional: "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.”—Matthew 5:16

When I was in elementary school, we had a little game that we would play in which we would touch someone and say, “You have cooties.” Of course, we had to have a way to defend ourselves, so when someone would touch us and claim they just gave us cooties, we would say, “Not me, I don’t have cooties.” Then we would hold out our hands, revealing the handwritten initials, C. P., which stood for “cootie protection.”"