Moment by Moment

I'm not sure if you're like me or not, but I tend to get discouraged and overwhelmed by the hatred and animosity of people who seem to hate everything that is good. What I tend to forget is that I once was like that too. Before Jesus rescued me, I was not a very pleasant … Continue reading Moment by Moment


Sinat chinnam

~ hatred without cause ~ [John 15:25 NKJV] 25 "But [this happened] that the word might be fulfilled which is written in their law, 'They hated Me without a cause.' [Psalms 35:19 NKJV] 19 Let them not rejoice over me who are wrongfully my enemies; Nor let them wink with the eye who hate me … Continue reading Sinat chinnam

Strong medicine

Exactly! What a word for this time we face!

Mario Murillo Ministries

There is a widespread spirit of heaviness on God’s people.  It is a crushing weight of care.  It is battle-fatigue from the constant shelling of bad news.   The media barks, “We interrupt this bad news to give you more bad news.”

Hearing the angry debates—seeing the rioting in the streets and Islamic terror attacks drains sanity from souls.

Not only this, we have to hold in enormous frustration: stupidity and wickedness get a megaphone—wisdom and righteousness get duct tape over their mouth.

These are the times that rob inner peace—that bring intense restlessness—that rinse the color and enjoyment from our life.

These are the times Jesus warned us of and gave us direction for.

First He said, “And you will be hated by all for My name’s sake. But not a hair of your head shall be lost. By your patience possess your souls.” – Luke 21: 17-19

Talk about mindless hate!…

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Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death

The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.  ~ Thomas Jefferson We seem to be nearing another crossroads where patriots must defend our freedoms - else they  perish. The left is dead set on destroying everything good about America. The new governor of California is … Continue reading Give Me Liberty, or Give Me Death


Chesed (Hebrew: חֶסֶד‬, also romanized: ḥesed) is a Hebrew word. It is hard to translate chesed, but it is often translated as lovingkindness. Some say it really more closely means loyal love. God's chesed for us is certainly loyal and steadfast. R.C Sproul says "God loves His people genuinely, immutably, loyally. Both the love and … Continue reading Chesed