Not trusting God is an insult to Him. As a matter of fact, the Bible tells us that without faith; without full trust in God, is impossible to please Him (Hebrews 11:6). I see many believers falling apart every time they are facing any problem; no matter how big or small the problem may be;
Month: May 2021
“How to Come Out of the Funk of Depression” In this world image is everything! Hollywood folks are not the only ones who create images out of their artists; we do it every day. These days I am becoming more and more concern about the internet and the influence is having on people in the
Death is not just a thing; death is an Angel. It has his introduction in the Bible and will also face a final judgment. The Angel of Death was supposed to be unemployed, but the sin of Adam and Eve introduced him to humanity and gave him a central place in our lives. We live
As I look at my 53 years on this earth, I can help but remember all my mistakes and sin. God has shown a great deal of mercy towards me. I do not live-in condemnation, but my previous sins and mistakes do not allow me to take glory for anything good. The Bible tells us in
Christians are judged more than any other group of people in the entire earth. There is no other faith that received judgment from our society more than the followers of Christ. It is easy to understand why, we are followers of the One true God (John 17:3) and this One and true God is totally
As my wife and I serve in a new church I must be honest with myself and say that I think I am experiencing symptoms of, what I like to call, Post Traumatic Church Disorder (PTCD). Obviously, this is not a real disorder, but our previous experiences in churches are and, they do affect us.
How easy it is to point the finger! How easy it is to show ourselves tough when dealing with somebody else’s moral failure. How easy it is to live with shame after a moral failure, to seat in the back of the church or abandon the church all together. How easy it is to turn
When my parents move from New York back to Puerto Rico I was only in second grade elementary school. It was a tough transition. I did not know the kids and I was not a part of any group. Kids are cruel, they said. Well, those kids made fun of the color of my skin
When I came to Arizona I did not because I can play golf the entire year, but because God told me so. For a time I was not sure if I heard from God because, even after everything was in place beautifully, we did not have a local church yet. God took care of that.