In the very first episode of MotoMinistry, we discuss disappointment, and seeking out God's direction in our lives. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hrU6m7ez9c&feature=youtu.be
This has been a very sobering weekend for those of us living in the United States. First, the random shooting at the garlic festival in California a few days ago, killing 3 people (including 2 children), and wounding 11 others! And this weekend, two mass shootings in two days is shocking and beyond comprehension. In … Continue reading Evil exists in the world
You may have heard Christians using the phrase "I'm a born again Christian", and you may be wondering what in the world does that mean? You aren't alone. A Jewish Pharisee named Nicodemus visited Jesus secretly, at night, to ask Him this very question. You see, Nicodemus had to visit Jesus in secret because the … Continue reading What does it mean to be “born again”?
Yesterday, I lay my head down to take a short nap, and dozed off. As I awoke, I heard a word "Jehu's rug". Remembering Jehu as a Biblical figure, I immediately went to Scripture to investigate the potential meaning of this "word". Is this a Word of knowledge from the Lord? If so, what does … Continue reading Jehu’s rug
Most of us have have a fairly good understanding of the Metaphor that Jesus used when He described Himself as "The Good Shepherd". A shepherd is one who leads, feeds, and cares for a flock of sheep. Jesus saw the masses of people wandering in confusion and felt sympathy for them because they were like … Continue reading Jesus IS the Good Shepherd
In this blog we have looked at the 7 Churches of Revelation, now let's begin to look at the 7 Seals of Revelation. In the book of Revelation there are 7 Churches, 7 Seals, 7 Trumpets, and 7 Bowls. The number 7 represents God's perfect order, completeness or Divine perfection. We see the number 7 … Continue reading Who is worthy to break the seals?
We are just a few days away from July 20, 2019 which is the 17th of Tammuz in the year 5779 on the Hebrew Civil Calendar. You may be wondering why is this day significant to Christians? In Judaism, the 17th of Tammuz is a "Fast Day" (abstaining from food and water), and commemorates the … Continue reading Tammuz 17, the walls were breached