Can I trust my Bible?

An article entitled, “6 Things Christians Should Just Stop Saying,” caught my attention recently. The content of the article, or lack thereof, was what spurred my thoughts concerning the Bible and the 21st century. While it was the author’s prerogative to cast doubt on the Bible, it brought me to ask the question – Can I trust my Bible? Continue reading Can I trust my Bible?

2017 Spring Gospel Meeting with Leon Mauldin


Visualized Survey of the Bible


The Setting of the Biblical World

The Setting Of The Biblical W

From Creation to Mt. Sinai

From Creation To Mt Sinai

Wanderings through United Kingdom

Wanderings Through United Kin

Divided Kingdom through Silent Years

Divided Kingdom Through Silen

Sir, We Would See Jesus (Life of Christ) – Part 1

Sir, We Would See Jesus (Life

Sir, We Would See Jesus (Life of Christ) – Part 2

Sir, We Would See Jesus (Life

Go Tell the Good News (Acts Through Revelation) – Part 1

Go Tell The Good News (Acts T

Go Tell the Good News (Acts Through Revelation) – Part 2

Go Tell The Good News (Acts T

Almost but not enough

Our world is driven by the idea of perfection, achieving 100% in every arena. Students strive to make 100’s on their tests. Athletes are driven to leave 100% on their respective playing fields after every game. Anything less than perfection is never desired, but gives motivation for a higher level of devotion and determination to achieve. Even in the areas of life where 100% is not achievable or expected, the number is only dropped by one percent. We buy antibacterial soaps that promise to kill 99% of all living germs. While this allows one percent to continue to grow and possibly infect a person’s life, we have grown to accept this smallest margin of loss. What would 99% success mean in different areas of life?

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