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Monday, November 16, 2015

Rise Up O Christian Men

It is far past time for Christian men to remove the yoke of feminism and gender blending off of them; rejecting the lie of egalitarianism while embracing our masculinity.

Since men and women are totally different, the idea of saying there is no difference between the sexes has resulted in the freakish culture we have in the world today, where people insanely believe they can be a man or women by simply asserting it.

This goes back to what the Bible teaches, stating men and women are not to wear the clothes of the opposite sex. Men were required to dress like men, and women like women. Disobedience to that command comes from the attempt to blur all differences between men and women in order to force an unattainable "equality" upon them; an impossible task.

This is why so much strange behavior has emerged in this area throughout history, and why women take on mannish characteristics and men take on effeminate traits. It's the logical outcome of the pursuit of an equality that can never be achieved when we're totally different from one another.

Can a dog be equal with a cat? Of course not. Could you imagine a dog putting on cat whiskers and walking around like a cat because it thinks there is no difference between them ... and because of that they're equal? It's absurd. Yet that is what feminists in general, and many women in particular, do concerning men. How would you measure the equality between a cat and a dog? What if a dog demands he should be the one that catches the mice because of equality? What if the cat decides it's going to be the watchcat, which will meow instead of bark to chase off intruders?

Dogs should be content to be a dog and a cat should be content to be a cat. The same with men and women. A man needs to enjoy being a man as God has created him. So should women. 

Women can't be men, and we as men should never in any way want to be like a women. It's an abomination to God. Together Christian men and women represent the image of God. To consider them being equal and the same is total rebellion and rejection of God's way to reveal His nature to people.

The deliberate, horrid, dishonest and despicable assertion the Scriptures teach this come from an outright lie and fabrication. The only place men and women are talked about as being equal is in regard to salvation. Only in Christ can a man or woman be saved, and in that sense we have "equal" standing before God. It has nothing to do with function, order or authority.

We must quit allowing the world and women to emasculate us. They have no right or authority to do so, and it's wicked to attempt it.

Jesus Christ came as a man to the earth, and He displayed His masculinity in authority and power as the Son of God. We are expected and required to do the same in our specific callings and responsibilities.

We are men. No, a woman is not like us, and neither is she equal to us. The concept makes no sense because of the extraordinary differences between how God created us. It can't be measured, and thus shouldn't be pursued or sought after.

Forget about what some women try to form us into in order to rise up out of their appointed place and take authority over us, in disobedience to the scriptures.

Be the man God created you to be

Rather, be the man God has created you to be. Take some time to hang out with other Christian men and enjoy those times to bond and enjoy that type of fellowship only men can have with one another as men.

We of course enjoy and accept our Christian sisters, but on our terms as men, not on their terms of trying take away that which God has given us. I'm not saying all women do this, but many of them do, and those that refuse to submit to God's word go out and try to make feminine (not feminist) women unhappy and resentful about being the women God made them to be, in order to win them over to their ideology.

Resist this in you family, and watch over your wife, sisters and daughters in order to keep this type entryism from infiltrating you church, friends or family.

Be confident in being a man. Don't believe the deceptive pursuit of so-called equality, which has never been something God had in His heart from before creation. Also remember there are a lot of feminist men that have caved into the ideology in order to placate their mothers, wives or girlfriends. They are not friends of ours, and should be considered very suspect when we interact with them.

 Don't let anyone undermine your masculinity

Don't let anyone undermine your masculinity. It steals something that is ours to embrace, and to lose it is to lose ourselves.

Let us be bold and strong in the Lord. Let's be examples to our friends and families of what a man is supposed live and act like. Let's take up some worthy pursuits and work toward accomplishing them. Let us protect our friends and families from our enemies; ready to do what is needed to keep them safe.

We need to show and communicate with them as men, giving them confidence in our authority in their lives, and bringing them peace and contentment in a world that has gone mad.

Don't let the insanity of egalitarianism afflict your manhood or your family. Rise up O Christian men!

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Friday, November 13, 2015

Jesus is Lord in All Areas of Life

For a variety of reasons Christians are either not aware of, or in resistance to, the idea that God, through the Holy Scriptures, has revealed His will in regard to all areas of life.

Another way of putting this would be to ask ourselves the question on whether or not God has given instructions on how we are to interact with one another in all of our activities.

This would include family, raising children, work, business, politics, education, entertainment, abortion, and a plethora of other areas of interest we pursue.

In other words, either Jesus is Lord of all our lives or He isn't. We can't simply pick and choose what we like and disregard the rest concerning His revealed will in the Bible; at least not if we truly love Him.

Love has nothing to do with sentimentality, which can be fickle and carnal. Love has to do with obedience. Jesus said that if we love Him we will keep His commandments. Love is obedience, and what we are to obey is revealed in His Word.

This is far from drudgery, rather it's a guide to how we are to apply the truths of God to all areas of life, which when we do, can have surprising results, as we see His invisible, heavenly  purpose being brought into visible reality on earth.

If we don't come to a decision concerning this, we will find ourselves stumbling through life, many times frustrated from not knowing whether or not we're doing things the way God wants us to, or worse, not even caring if we do because we assume the Bible doesn't have guidance and answers to all areas of life.

Secular humanism, postmodernism, nihilism, and other destructive beliefs and ideas, either don't believe there is truth or in a right or wrong way to do things. As long as the God of the Bible, as revealed in the Bible, is kept out of life and locked into church buildings, they're okay with it. But when Christians start to apply the Bible to life, they start screaming because they understand the threat associated with the fact that Jesus is Lord, and while they may not comprehend all that we're doing, they understand the implications of it.

For far too long we've aloud Satan and his followers to do as they wish on this earth, while we play along, deceived by the myth of neutrality, which we quickly find out is a lie when we start to build the kingdom of God on this earth.

We must develop alternatives to the world in all areas of life

There is no such thing as equal time for God, whether it's in business, education, politics or law. That means there is no such thing as neutrality, but only an enemy that maintains control over the world by deceiving Christians into believing God has no place in the world outside of churches.

Reinforcing this are numerous Christians who are afraid to engage with our enemies; not to only debate and refute them, but by creating alternatives to what they offer the world.

We need to develop our own distribution systems in order to prevent the gatekeepers from controlling the narrative, as they've done for so long. We need to pull our children out of the public school system and stop them from being indoctrinated into an enemy ideology that oppose most of what we believe in.

In the end, Jesus is Lord, and He's not only the Lord of eternity and heaven, He is Lord of the present and earth. That means we must take responsibility to learn His will as revealed in His word, and apply to the area of life we operate in or called to have an influence in.

Don't try to do something big at first, as we are not to despise the days of small things. Rather, seek God out for what He wants us to become experts in, and then pursue it and learn it. From there we need to start writing about it or applying it to wherever we live, work or have an influence.

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Thursday, November 12, 2015

Specialization is Key to Kingdom Success

1 Corinthians 12:27-29

27 Now ye are the body of Christ, and members in particular.

28 And God hath set some in the church, first apostles, secondarily prophets, thirdly teachers, after that miracles, then gifts of healings, helps, governments, diversities of tongues.

29 Are all apostles? are all prophets? are all teachers? are all workers of miracles?

One of the problems we have with the above verses is those that believe it, only apply it to a church service of some type, and don't realize this is a comprehensive insight into how the kingdom of God works best when it's being implemented by His people.

The key to this is its a reference to division of labor, meaning each person has a role to play, and only when they focus on and to that to the best of their ability will they be able to expand the kingdom of God on the earth.

What most of us need to do is inventory our lives in regard to what we believe our responsibilities are, and then narrow it down to a very specialized area. I'm talking here about our contribution to building the kingdom of God on earth, not the job we may be doing in order to pay for our bills. For most people that's two different things.

Paul's rhetorical question concerning whether or not we  all apostles or all teachers, points to the need to search for, discover and develop our gifts given to us by God. This is why one of the metaphors for the people of God is the body of Christ. Each person has a part and function, and we need to take responsibility for that function and develop it to the highest level we can.

We need to be specialists

That's just another way of saying we need to be specialists.

Not only that, but we must understand not only what our responsibilities are, but what the responsibilities of others are as well, in order that we may cooperate and work together within our assigned roles when they intersect with one another. What others are good at will never be exactly lined up with what we're good at, so we have to learn to work with one another, which again, is a division of labor, which is the way to get the most accomplished in the kingdom.

One thing that is releasing and freeing for us is the realization we aren't able to do everything. As a matter of fact, once we understand a little of the vastness of who God is and what He wants, we discover there actually is only very little we can do; even in our specialized fields or areas of service.

This is why once we become at least adequate or good at what we do, and eventually with work become experts, we need to find others that are sympathetic to our callings and interests and find ways we can encourage and help one another in our specialized areas of service.

The sooner we embrace this concept and take steps toward accomplishing it, the more we'll get done in this life. Whatever a person's calling is, the most effective way to make a difference in our lifetime is to specialize and faithfully serve in that segment of life. That is really the only way to leave a legacy that others can build upon.  

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How to Build God's Kingdom: Beyond Negativity and Criticism

There's a great weakness in the strategy and tactics of Christians when attempting to make a difference in this world.

It's similar to the verse in Jeremiah 1:10 where he is given part of his assignment by God.

Jeremiah 1:10

See, I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out, and to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to build, and to plant.

Many of us hear the first four parts of that verse first, emphasizing rooting out, pulling down, destroying and throwing down. This is the necessary but negative side of the equation. It is very legitimate and needs to be done, but it has little value if the building and planting part isn't added.

My observations over the years are those that offer the negative side of dealing with issues contrary to the kingdom of God, do okay with telling people what they shouldn't do, but have no positive alternatives to offer to show them what they can or should do.

I want to make this clear. Negativity and criticism have their place when attacking evil that needs to be dealt with. If that isn't done first and rooted out, offering an alternative is meaningless. How can you build on a faulty foundation? The ground has to be dug up and cleared in order to provide a platform to build in someones life, or an alternative way of doing things, such as educating children, business, health, any one of hundreds of categories of life.

We need to offer an alternative

The point isn't constructive criticism and attacking the roots of evil and wrongdoing is bad, the point is it's inadequate by itself. There needs to be positive alternatives in order to have a long-term, sustainable impact.

On the other hand, those that only offer a positive alternative without rooting out that which needs to be removed, end up having a foundation that will crumble and a work in the lives of other containing mixture; something that is an abomination to God.

It also has little teeth in it, as it tends to include sentimentality rather than the type of toughness that the trial of fire all or our work will undergo in order to see what it's made of.

If we root out without planting, all we have is a nice place to place a garden that is quickly overtaken with weeds and tares because there was nothing to replace it. You get the idea.

So when we attempt to expand God's kingdom on earth, as it relates to strategy, we need to develop a positive alternative in order to give people guidance. It may not be the exact path for them, but it will get them going in the right direction.

Even if you primarily like to give little shots and missiles on social media outlets, put together your tearing down stuff and include with it the building up alternative. It doesn't have to be long, but you can have a bunch of these related to specific topics ready to copy and paste at a moments notice.

Not only does this give people answers, but it can shut our enemies mouths as they try to figure out how to undermine positive alternatives.

You can do this no matter what your chosen area of expanding the kingdom of God on earth is. Since we should be specialists in our war on humanism, it means we'll eventually be experts that can quickly offer both sides of meaningful change: tearing down and building up. One without the other will result in failure and frustration.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Christians Have the Right and Responsibility to Defend Themselves Against Crime and Criminals


Ex 22:2

 “If a thief is found breaking in and is struck so that he dies, there shall be no bloodguilt for him.”  

It's a strange and unbiblical assertion to make when people declare there is no justification for guns and self defense for Christians or others.

Not only is it not true, it conflicts with numerous parts of the Bible, including the Old and New Testaments.

Listed above in Exodus 22:2, is a law that is still relevant for modern times, and for all time until Jesus returns and resurrects us. There is to be no guilt placed upon anyone that defends themselves from someone breaking into their home. Not only does it say that, but it identifies the one breaking in as a thief, a relative low-level criminal when compared to rapists or murderers. But even at that level, to violate the boundaries of a home can be punishable by death by those threatened by the thief or anyone else up to no good.

No law should ever be made against those placed in that position.

We should defend ourselves by any means necessary!

This is an interesting revelation from God in that the crime in this case is more severe if the owners of the home defend themselves. If a thief is caught they have to restore what they took from the owners and more to compensate for the crime.

It reminds me of when my house was broken into years ago and my son was in his room at the time. The people who did it were caught, and they faced a more severe penalty because of what was called the "fear" or "terror" factor, meaning there was someone in the house at the time of it being broken into.

That appears to be similar to what is going on here. A person has no idea what a person is doing in their home. It could be for nothing more than taking stuff, but it could be worse. I believe the term thief above is used generically for anyone breaking into a home for any purpose. There is no way for the

There is no uncertainty concerning God has given us total permission to defend ourselves to any degree we choose to under this unknown threat. It can't be any clearer than this scripture says.

It's irrelevant what the method of self-defense is. In most cases a gun is the best defense because it has the best chance of dealing quickly and effectively with someone that is a danger to ourselves or our families.

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Business Success and the Sovereign Customer

From the point of view of a real Christian, God is sovereign over all. Yet because we're made in the image of God, there is a reflection of that sovereignty in people. For that reason, when looking to be successful in business, we must understand that under the parameter of the sovereignty of God, is the sovereign customer, and how we serve that customer will determine our level of success, within our calling.

With that in mind, the basis to any success is providing quality service. It doesn't get any more complicated than that. There is of course the need to find what we can serve best in and become as knowledgeable as we can within that field, but as it relates to the customer, the quality service we offer will directly correlate with how they respond to us; meaning how much of their business they give us.

One of the best ways to attract that sovereignty or loyalty is to take advantage of the times when something challenging happens the requires our involvement in helping to solve the problem. This isn't always some major challenge that takes extraordinary skill levels to fix (although it could be). Instead, it's usually the little things that add up that may cause a negative experience for a customer.

We all experienced times when we've had a lot of red tape and ineffective friction we've had with customer service to empathize with and understand this completely.

The winners in this area will be those businesses able to reduce the amount of frustration their customers experience when not only doing everyday business with them, but when something needs to be taken care of because of a faulty product or service.

I remember one time a long time ago with one of my first businesses where I had acquired a residential and commercial cleaning business. Having some experience in that area, I went to a contract I won, feeling very confident I could easily accomplish it. But my experience didn't help with a particular problem, and I told the customer I wasn't able to do what they asked, and no one else could either because the type of stains they wanted to be cleaned in the carpet were something I had never had to deal with in the past.

The problem was I made a decision and assertion based upon my experience, rather than consult someone that would know whether or not what I said was a fact. So I completed the job and the customer wasn't too happy.

What I should have done was told them I would continue cleaning the large carpeted area, and I would get back to them on what I could do with the stains. What I did was clean up the entire carpet, leaving the stains on the part of the carpet which was the reason we were called to perform the job in the first place.

My only excuse was it was a job the former owner had bid on and won before we bought his company, and we may not have made a bid without first checking out the situation and what was required. That said, the customer was the one in charge, and my partner and I should have made every effort to find out how to accomplish the task, rather than go through the motions and leave it as it was.

Needless to say we didn't go back for references from that client.

No matter what business we serve people or other companies in, we must understand they call the shots. If there are problems to be solved, they should be negotiated before any work begins and the agreement put on paper.

For those selling products, there should be clear and easy to understand instructions on the entire process of the transaction, including what customers need to do if they change their minds.

Outside of people that are cruel and not interested in a problem being solved, we should do everything we can to fulfill the promises we make to customers, using the problems inevitably rising from serving customers as an opportunity to not only help them with the issue, but do it in such a way it wins their loyalty.

Those committed to quality service for their customers will find themselves outperforming competitors taking the low road on their journey to success.

We have to embrace the fact customers are sovereign, and operating under that reality produces the type of service that will win their hearts and money to our businesses.

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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

We are Responsible for Educating our Children

One area of life we have freedom to make big changes in as Christians is in regard to the education of our children, which Christian parents are responsible for. This is a least true in the United States where I live.

But no matter where a believer in Jesus Christ lives, parents are responsible for raising their children up in the fear and admonition of the Lord.

For that reason we need to take that responsibility seriously, and need to remove our children from the public school system if they're already in it, and never allow them to enter into it if they aren't old enough.

The reason for that, beyond it being our responsibility as parents, is public education teaches an ideology alien and foreign to the beliefs of a Christian, and part of the curriculum is designed to destroy the faith of our children.

Not only that, it directly teaches them to sin against God, with their being no absolutes other than that truth embraced by each individual. Truth to them isn't based upon the revelation of Jesus Christ in the scriptures, it's based upon what they decide it is.

To send our children to public schools is to toss the dice as to their future on this earth, and where and how they'll spend eternity. The stakes are high.

with Grandchildren - life is good

This doesn't necessarily mean children have to be home schooled, as many have chosen to do, it could also mean placing them in a Christian school you trust, or if you can afford it, have them tutored part time. I say part time because most children learning outside public education do as much in a few hours as their counterparts do in an entire day - in many cases more. There should also be time for children to pursue areas of interest to them which would be a form of learning (for example art), but not something they would necessarily consider being part of school.

It sometimes boggles my mind that Christian parents don't understand what their children are up against when sent to public education indoctrination centers, because that is in fact exactly what they are.

Always keep in mind there is no such thing as neutrality in this world, and that is especially true in public schools, where learning is self-consciously anti-Biblical and anti-Christian.

Many Christians look to the future with fear, hoping for a better world for their children and grandchildren. The first and most important step is to be sure the future will be populated with children trained to deeply respect God and obey His laws and commands as revealed in the Holy Scriptures. That will never be done in government schools.

Part of our job is to take a defensive position with our families, ensuring they have the best environment to learn about Jesus Christ and how to live a live pleasing to Him. From there we can look at ways to be more offensive.

To go on the offense without solid defensive measures in place for our children, means we risk losing our own family while possibly reaching out to help others. It makes no sense.

Don't be afraid concerning educating your own children. There are numerous places to look for materials you support, and those in my family and extended family that are being trained outside the public school system are not only far beyond the standards of those schools (as measured by their own tests), but also are morally upright and learning about God in a way that will help them to defend and preserve their faith in times of trial.

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Thursday, November 5, 2015

God, Men, and Masculinity

There's been an evil traversing the earth over the last several decades, one that is attempting to emasculate men and press them to act, think and be more like women.

The error of feminism and its radical agenda are the source behind this, as jealous and deceived women attempt to destroy the masculine image of God in Christian males.

When you go to the Scriptures and read about God not allowing men to wear women's clothing or women to wear men's clothing, the point behind it went beyond clothing. What God was communicating is men were to be masculine and women were to be feminine.

Now that rebellious feminist men and women have rejected God's word, the increasingly bizarre idea and practice of men and women becoming more like one another has brought about not just the obvious gay and lesbian lifestyle, but has prompted an increasing number of men and women to act as if they're opposite of what they were biologically born as, i.e., transgender.

Men and women are to embrace the gender they're born into

Men are not to take on the characteristics of a woman; it's confusion and an abomination in the eyes of God. It takes away from the purpose of God in the life of a man. The same with a woman. They are meant to be feminine and not manly. Those attempting to dominate and take authority over men are out of order, as the scriptures teach concerning women not being allowed to teach or exercise authority over a man.

What we as Christian men need to do is ignore those that attempt to emasculate us, and start to embrace our manhood given to us by God. Women need to do the same thing as women.

Enough of this sin of distorted confusion where many men are afraid to act like men. Feminine women are also pressured into denying their femininity in the name of false egalitarianism, which is a front for many women who hate men to try to act and behave as if they're superior to men.

There is a growing backlash against this, and though it will take time, we need to see men being masculine and women being feminine, as that's what represents the image of God in this earth, as evidenced by the Scriptures telling us that God created men and women, and together they revealed what He was like.

It wasn't a woman acting like a man or a man acting like a woman that expressed God's image, but each one embracing who and what they were born as and not trying to reject that reality.

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