Stay In The Boat – When Perception Begs Our Abandonment

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Stay In The Boat: When Perception Begs Our Abandonment by Author Jeremy B. Strang.

wp-1469410861839.jpgAre you in need of hope? Are the distractions of this world causing you to fear and take action into your own hands? Are you feeling as if all the storms of your life and dragging you deeper and deeper? Take heart, there is hope! Are you willing to seek it out?

Jeremy B. Strang’s new book, “Stay In The Boat,” takes you along with the Apostle Paul in his journey as a prisoner heading for Rome. In this epic voyage, a violent storm tossed sea causes fear, loss of hope, and destruction. Yet in the midst of all the chaos, Paul delivers a clear message of truth and hope – for he was resolved in the Spirit, ordained of God and Christ centered.

No matter if you are a seasoned believer, one who has recently come to Christianity, or seeking out truths of Jesus Christ, this book has something for everyone. If you have been struggling with issues, storms, or sins in your life, or simply do not know where to turn next, Jeremy helps you to refocus your vision.

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Crucifixion Friday

Crucifixion Friday. Although this most likely is not the actual day Christ was crucified, nevertheless, let us ever have His dealings and workings of grace stamped upon us, and let us grow in seeking out His glories, as we will for ever and ever. So think below. The perfections, the fulfillment of the Word and … Continue reading Crucifixion Friday

Thoughts and Reflections


Thoughts with God this AM.

I have thought much and prayed some, about how much God really is tired of all my opinions. Oh, it is so much more: Lamentations 3:22-40.

1. Love of God and His mercies know no end.

2. Waiting for God is good and seeks for Him.

3. Waiting quietly for His salvation is good. Continue reading “Thoughts and Reflections”

Too Hard?

Too Hard? If indeed we are going to walk with God, or claim to be a Christian, should we not at times take a serious introspective look at the profession of our faith? Indeed. Paul even tells the Christians in Corinth to do the same – 2 Corinthians 13:5 The clip below (and the entire … Continue reading Too Hard?

Christ Came For This Reason

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Often we forget, or for many who have never learned, that Jesus Christ came, bringing salvation and a powerful grace, crying out some of His last words on the cross, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” (Matthew 27:48) When He cried out these words, He must have snapped the attention of every religious person in the crowd that surrounded the cross. For in these words we find Jesus “The” Christ fulfilling and actively carrying out the prophecy of Psalm 22, into Psalm 23, and with might and splendor Psalm 24.

This Christmas I urge you to read Psalms 22, 23, 24 in light of this season. For Christ came as the perfect prophet, the perfect lover of men’s souls, the perfect sacrifice for our sins. 

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Pure Religion?

Is there such a thing as a “pure religion?” Oh Yes!

what-pure-religion“If anyone thinks he is religious and does not bridle his tongue but deceives his heart, this person’s religion is worthless. Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit the orphans and widows in their affliction, and to keep oneself unstained from the world.” James 1:26, 27 Continue reading “Pure Religion?”