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Mark of the Beast

Is the RFID chip that may be required in Obama’s Health Care plan really the dreaded mark of the beast? Before we answer that question we need to have a clear understanding of the mark and what the number 666 means. This number becomes perfectly clear when we consider that the number six is the number for man. Man was created on the sixth day and he is only allowed to work six days a week. It’s also one number less than the number seven, which is the number for spiritual perfection. “This calls for wisdom. If anyone has insight, let him calculate the number of the beast, for it is man’s number. His number is 666” (Rev. 13:18). Continue reading Mark of the Beast

Christian Response to Muslims

Christian Response to MuslimsThere is much confusion concerning our response to the Muslims living amongst us, especially since the recent bombings at the Boston Marathon. To unravel this confusion we must not allow our culture norms to cloud our thinking. In our Western culture which is radically turning more secular every day it grants equality and a limited freedom of expression from Christians, Muslims, and other world religions. I say limited because icons, symbols, and dress are being removed step by step from the public domain. Moreover, it has become illegal to witness about your faith in all public buildings, schools, and many common areas. Because of these culture norms most will not openly share their faith with the lost and especially with those of a different faith. As sin comes bursting forth from the proverbial closet many Christians have retreated to the closet in fear of offending others with their faith in Christ. Is that not what’s being taught in a secular society that we should not offend our Muslim brothers by sharing our faith, but rather we should respect their faith by loving our neighbor and remaining silent. Continue reading Christian Response to Muslims

Good News in Desperate Times

In these desperate times billions of people from around the world are searching for answers to life’s problems. They seek to understand the worsening economy, the increase in lawlessness, natural disasters, wars and famine. They cry out to their spiritual leaders of Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism or other world religions. They seek the advise and counsel of psychologist, philosophers, news commentators and even internet bloggers. And through all this the world still finds itself in bondage to the lies of Satan unable to break free. Jesus Christ, the Son of the one true God, said the “truth will set you free.” Continue reading Good News in Desperate Times