Book Review: The Saints Everlasting Rest

In these days of perilous times and outward satanic devices of various kinds, “The Saints’ Everlasting Rest”, an original work by Richard Baxter in 1650, may very well be the edification and encouragement, the help and direction, the challenge and cutting, for the church today.


In Matthew 24:14, Jesus said, “This gospel must first be preached throughout the world and then shall the end come.” Since Christ charged His disciples with the Great Commission, He has decreed ways to perpetuate the message of redemption throughout the world. Charles Spurgeon said, “The keys of providence swing from the girdle of Christ.” And His wisdom is displayed in the ways He exposes the world to the gospel.

Halloween and Satan: Are We Marked More by the World or The Scriptures?

I know that this may upset some of you, and that is OK. But please hear me clearly, it is not my intention for this to anger anyone, nor is it meant to be divisive, but rather an edification and admonishment from a fellow Christian. I would much rather stir up questions that you yourself would take deadly serious and investigate for yourself.

The First Three Stories

A walk and a true story meant to encourage, challenge, edify, and propel us all forward in walking with the One True God. Even more, I hope that these glorify my dear Lord and Savior.


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ALL Forging Texts

Please know, this site is not to be a place of focus for politics, however, we will make posts that may very well have an impact upon us in the current cultural landscape.

Our overall and much desired focus? Read Hebrews 12:1-2 for starters.

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