Thursday, March 22, 2018


This song was released back in 1989 by The Speer Family. This and other great songs can be found on this blog by clicking on Music Videos.


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The word addiction has two basic meanings. The first definition, and the one most of us are familiar with is “to become dependent on a habit-forming substance.” Those who are addicted or “given to much wine” (Titus 1:7; 2:3), “drunkards” (1 Timothy 3:3) or “heavy drinkers” (1 Timothy 3:8) are disqualified from teaching or holding a position of authority in the church.

Church leadership needs to be sober and self-controlled so that, by their example, they can teach others to be the same. We know that “drunkards . . . shall not inherit the kingdom of God” (1 Corinthians 6:10).

Believers must not be dependent upon alcohol, and it stands to reason that this would also apply to addiction to any other substance like drugs, pornography, gambling, gluttony, tobacco, etc.

Addiction is “to occupy yourself with or involve yourself in something habitually or compulsively.” This speaks of an unnatural obsession with anything other than God. We are to “love the Lord, your God, with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might” (Deutereonomy 6:5), which is, according to Jesus, the first and greatest commandment (Matthew 22:37-38).

Addiction to anything other than God Himself is wrong. God is the only thing we should occupy ourselves with habitually. To do so with anything else draws us away from Him and displeases Him. He alone is worthy of our complete attention, love, and service. To offer these things to anything or anyone else is idolatry.

FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE: Freedom from Addiction: Breaking the Bondage of Addiction and Finding Freedom in Christ by Neil Anderson



Annihilationism is the belief that unbelievers will not experience an eternity of suffering in hell, but will instead be “extinguished” after death. For many, annihilationism is an attractive belief because of the awfulness of the idea of people spending eternity in hell.

If a human being were cast into a lake of fire they would be instantly consumed. However, the lake of fire is both a physical and spiritual realm. It is not a human body being cast into the lake of fire; it is a human’s body, soul, and spirit.

A spiritual nature cannot be consumed by physical fire. It seems that the unsaved are resurrected with a body prepared for eternity just as the saved are (Revelation 20:13; Acts 24:15). These bodies are prepared for an eternal fate.

If  believers will be in heaven forever, unbelievers will be in hell forever.

Another objection to the eternality of hell by annihilationists is that it would be unjust for God to punish unbelievers in hell for eternity for a finite amount of sin. How could it be fair for God to take a person who lived a sinful, 70-year life, and punish him/her for all of eternity?

The answer is that our sin bears an eternal consequence because it is committed against an eternal God. When King David committed the sins of adultery and murder he stated, “Against you, you only, have I sinned and done what is evil in your sight…” (Psalm 51:4).

David understood that all sin is ultimately against God. God is an eternal and infinite Being. As a result, all sin against Him is worthy of an eternal punishment. It is not a matter of the length of time we sin, but the character of the God against whom we sin.

Another idea of annihilationism is the idea that we could not possibly be happy in heaven if we knew that some of our loved ones were suffering an eternity of torment in hell. When we arrive in heaven, we will not have anything to complain about or be saddened by. Revelation 21:4 tells us, “He will wipe every tear from their eyes.

There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.” If some of our loved ones are not in heaven, we will be in 100 percent complete agreement that they do not belong there and that they are condemned by their own refusal to accept Jesus Christ as their Savior (John 3:16; 14:6).

We will not be saddened by the lack of their presence. Our focus should not be on how we can enjoy heaven without all of our loved ones there, but on how we can point our loved ones to faith in Christ so that they will be there.

Hell is the primary reason God sent Jesus Christ to pay the penalty for our sins. Jesus’ death on the Cross paid our sin debt so that we would not have to pay it in hell for eternity (2 Corinthians 5:21). When we place our faith in Him, we are saved, forgiven, cleansed, and promised an eternal home in heaven.

But if we reject God’s gift of eternal life, we will face the eternal consequences of that decision.

Which do you choose?

FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE: Four Views on Hell edited by John Walvoord

The Unprepared Will Die

“The dam is just about to break on our economy, and I think when it does, there’s going to be a major disruption of the distribution of food, and I think what you’ll see particularly in the inner cities is you will see riots, civil unrest that ultimately might justify martial law.” Retired Lt. General William Boykin on TrueNews Radio in 2016

Prophetic dream shows charred buildings in Boston, Massachusetts | Z3 News

Prophetic dream shows charred buildings in Boston, Massachusetts | Z3 News


The vile of oil is indicative of those who have a vibrant relationship with Holy Spirit. Those who do, will do great exploits in impossible situations. These “oil carriers” share similar characteristics with Mary, the mother of Jesus, such as: humility, being holy unto the Lord, patient, silently submissive, pure, faithful, highly favored, carrying God’s presence with them, they magnify Jesus, not themselves, and they have drank the cup of sorrow as Mary did when she stood by the cross and watched her son die for humanity.