HOW TO MEET JESUS PERSONALLY
Millions of Muslims Converting to Christianity
by Salem Voice 05 Jan, 2007 Pastor Paul Ciniraj and a believer from Islam Islam, SVM News, 1 January, 2007: Millions of Muslim converts to Christianity celebrated Christmas throughout the world. According the reports of the various missionary organizations and news ...
LECTURE I *
WHAT A REVIVAL OF RELIGION IS
O Lord, revive Thy work in the midst of the years, in the midst of the years make known; ill wrath remember mercy. - Habakkuk 3:2.
It is supposed that the prophet Habakkuk was contemporary with Jeremiah, and that this prophecy was uttered in ...
I have been reading about Scientology and they make no bones about the fact that they are similar to JW's, Mormons, Buddhists and many other cults. They say that a Thetan enters the body either before, after or during birth.
The 8 dynamics are Self-Existence, Marital and family, Will to exist ...
The Capstone (Representing Satan) has replaced the Cornerstone
I was shocked today when I was studying what the new translations of the Bible (NIV, SASB) have done to purposely replace Jesus with Satan and also to replace Satan with Jesus. In the Book of Isaiah 14 where the KJV says in ...
Who wrote the Bible that you are reading?
I have just finished reading a fantastic book by G.A. Riplinger entitled, "New Age Bible Versions." Among other things, it details who the writers were of the Greek Text used to translate the NIV, NASB, NKJV, NRSV, NAB, REB, RSV, CEV, TEV, GNB ...
We Can't Read the Bible in School but Religion is still taught.
I will never forget when I was a teenager and John F. Kennedy was shot about the time that the Bible was ruled as unconstitutional to be taught in school. Madalyn Murray O'Hair led the charge. She was an atheist and ...
Pastor David L. Brown, Ph.D.
1989 & February 2002 David L. Brown
"Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise." Proverbs 20:1
My heart aches for the family that lost their only two children in an auto accident recently. A drunk driver crossed the median ...
Our dear America – where do you go from here?
By: Wolfgang and Mercy Simson, Germany
Today, Obama has been re‐elected; all the efforts of many Christian leaders, prayer movements, “prophets” and “concerned Americans” who have lobbied, written appeals, articles, books, letters ‐ some have even done films ‐ to warn ...
The Godly Home Series by Denny Kenaston
I have known Denny Kenaston since my first day of college at Hyles-Anderson College in 1976. When I joined the Bus Ministry there, he was the head of Division Number One. I wrote the theme song for that division and not long afterward, he ...
This sermon entitled "Fresh Oil" is one of the most influential sermons on the power of the Holy Spirit ever preached. More preachers and Christian workers have received the baptism of the Holy Spirit listening to this sermon than anyone can imagine. Some of the greatest preachers and churches in ...
The subtle enemies that affect the soul-winning efforts of the local church have too long gone unnoticed as well as unchallenged. Dr. Jack Hyles, Pastor of the church with the "World's Largest Sunday School" and the worlds foremost soul-winning ministries, contests these enemies, one by one.
These enemies must ...
Written and Directed By Paul Flynn
"For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."
Disclaimer: Of necessity we quoted from a wide variety of sources in this film, but this does not ...
Reprinted by David Williams from an email
How a muslim community works.
Adapted from Dr. Peter Hammond's book: Slavery, Terrorism and Islam: The Historical Roots and Contemporary Threat
Islam is not a religion, nor is it a cult. In its fullest form, it is a complete, total, 100% system of life. Islam has ...
MUHAMMAD AND THE DEMONS
PART 1 MUHAMMAD'S EXPERIENCES WITH SPIRITS
[NOTE: My comments in the source material are in [ ] type brackets. Source author's / translator's quotes are in ( ) type brackets.]
1) An experience Muhammad had as a child.
When Muhammad was a child he was nursed by a Bedouin woman. During this time he had an experience ...
RACISM AT ITS FINEST. by Pastor David Williams
My parents were missionaries to Africa and if anyone has read the history of Africa with the cannibals and head hunters and tribes worshiping Satan and Demons where they captured members of other tribes and made them slaves or had them for dinner, ...
1. Patience shows who is a true Christian that received good seed.
But that on the good ground are they, which in an honest and good heart, having heard the word, keep it, and bring forth fruit with patience. (Luke 8:15)
2. Patience shows strength in persecution.
In your patience possess ye your ...
HAVE WE GONE COMPLETELY MAD? David Paul Williams
The latest news is a prime example of two things. A college student appearing before congress in order to plead for money in the health care bill to pay for $3000 per year of contraception for women has taken our country over the abyss ...
The foundation of all knowledge
As we enter into the re-write of this book by evangelist and revivalist Charles Finney, we are conscious of our present generation in which it seems that any discussion of God is with much reservation to the point that we have literally tried to legislate God ...
Facts relating to self consciousness
When we talk about self-consciousness, we are talking about mind, emotion, and will. The mind is the faculty by which we gain knowledge. It is our intellect, our ability to reason and understand. It is with the mind that we understand or comprehend truth, facts, science, ...
Truths which need proof
Any truth that needs one to see something with their own eyes, or arrive at a conclusion because of some form of reasoning would belong to this class. Any truth that has been demonstrated in such a way as to make one that would never have believed ...
Definition of law
Law may be defined as a rule of action. The dictionary has this definition:
binding or enforceable rule
piece of legislation
Law is just what this definition says, binding or enforceable rule, which is rule of action, a piece of legislation, and a legal system. In a generic ...
Essential attributes of moral law
Subjectivity. This occurs when a moral person has an idea developed in his mind that he views as his obligation toward a certain moral course of action. It is a law revealed within you by the conscience. The conscience dictates the action to take and the ...
Government may be defined as control, guidance, direction by a set of rules or laws. This tends to be a more generic definition and so we will define Government more clearly by dividing it into two main areas, physical government and moral government. All government is either moral or ...
Another “first truth” of our existence in this world is that man is a subject of moral obligation. Just as in the case that every cause has an effect, in just the same way we can know that every man is under moral obligation. People can argue to the ...
Foundation of Moral Obligation
Now we come to perhaps my favorite subject in this whole discourse since it divides truth from error in a way no other truth can do. In order to give the reader a preview of what we are about to discuss, I will state the points that ...
Moral Government - Obedience
Obedience to Moral law cannot be partial. There are two things that we intend to show regarding this concept:
We will show what constitutes obedience to the moral law.
We will further show that obedience cannot be partial by which we mean that the moral agent can never partly ...
In this chapter we will discuss two things: What constitutes obedience and what is not implied in obedience.
What constitutes obedience to the moral law?
As we have constantly stated in previous chapters, the law is summarily expressed in the single word, love, which is synonymous with benevolence. This disinterested benevolence implies ...
What is implied in obedience to the moral law.
Attributes of Love - Obedience
As we have seen, the total spirit of the whole law is expressed in the word LOVE. The love about which we speak is benevolence or good willing. This is known as choosing the highest good of ...
What constitutes disobedience to moral law?
We now continue to another discussion which will be quite revealing in the least and will undermine much of what is believed about sin and also it will expose to all the world that even so-called religious people, nay even Christians themselves, are nothing more ...
ATTRIBUTES OF SELFISHNESS
What is implied in disobedience to moral law?
Remember what constitutes disobedience
Disobedience is selfishness as we have said.
Selfishness is ultimately choosing our own gratification.
An ultimate choice means the choice of an end for its own sake or intrinsic value.
Choice of our own gratification as an end simply because it ...
A return to obedience to moral law is, and must be, under every dispensation of the divine government, the unalterable condition of salvation.
Salvation upon any other condition is naturally impossible. Without holiness, salvation is out of the question and yet holiness and obedience to moral law are the same ...
Sanctions of moral law, natural and governmental.
We want to discuss this subject, showing the following:
What constitutes the sanctions of law
That there can be no real law without sanctions.
In what light the sanctions of law are to be regarded.
The end to be secured by law, and the execution of penal sanctions.
Now we will consider one of the most important features of moral government, the government of God; namely, the atonement.
We will discuss the following points as we take up this important subject: We will:
Call attention to well-established principles of government that will guide our investigation of the subject.
A poem by John Newton expresses the atonement and its effect on one man more than any other. It has become one of the most well known hymns of all time. This is the full version of that song:
Amazing Grace! How sweet the sound!
That saved a wretch like me!
This is a discussion of human governments as a part of the moral government of God.
In this chapter we will be discussing certain facts as they relate to human government. We will:
Ask what the ultimate end of God was in creation of the universe.
Show that providential and moral government ...
These are points that we will cover in this section:
Define the term depravity.
Show the distinction between physical and moral depravity.
The definition of physical depravity.
The definition of moral depravity.
The physical and moral depravity of man.
After the beginning of moral agency and before regeneration, mankind’s moral depravity is universal.
During the time ...
REGENERATION – MEETING JESUS
The whole center point of the moral law has to be the intrinsic value of the best end and happiness of God. In order to wish the best end for God one needs to know Him. In order to know Him, one needs to be introduced to ...
This video will explain who Jesus is and how you can come to know him:
“In whom we have redemption through his blood, even the forgiveness of sins: Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature: For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, ...
Theories of REGENERATION
Regarding the theories which we are about to discuss, most theologians hold to the theory that God changes the heart and that there is no effort on the part of the subject or they consider it to be works for salvation. The Bible discusses these two opposing views ...
Evidences of regeneration.
We will show three things: 1) Make introductory remarks, 2) Show areas where the experience and outward life of both Christians and sinners can agree, 3) Show areas where there must be a difference between the saint and the sinner.
In order to decide what the true evidence ...
The umbrella of influence of the ultra Calvinistic thought that existed in the days of Charles G. Finney is again the prevailing theological thought of our day in the 21st Century. The same things that Jonathan Edwards believed which Finney commented about in this book are seen in ever increasing ...
Repentance and Impenitence
Before we get into a discussion of the subject of repentance I would like to make some comments regarding the misconceptions that many have. Any who have read thus far in the book will realize that the foundation of Moral law is the highest good of God and ...
Faith and unbelief
When one speaks of the facts concerning repentance it is impossible to discuss the subject without also considering the concept of faith. In some ways repentance is the negative side in which se see our sin and turn from that while taking a different view of it as ...
The Bible speaks of Christ as having three types of relations to mankind which define his relationships with each of us. There are relationships that are purely governmental and then there are relationships that are purely spiritual. The third type of relationship that which combines both governmental and spiritual ...
This online book was one of the main principles of Dr. Jack Hyles’ life
About Foundations of Morality - A Legal/Theological Viewpoint from the Days of Lincoln
This blog is about writings from the days of Abraham Lincoln which have been edited and made available for readers to see just what the foundations of morality have been in other generations and how they are so drastically needed in our generation. Before reading the posts, it will benefit the reader to follow the menu in the order portrayed at the far right at on the slider above.
There will be postings that are meant to bring the truths of this site to modern day reality. Please keep coming back to read more. Also, please watch the MEETING JESUS VIDEO.
Foundations of Morality goes back to the root of moral thought and principle. It was originally developed during the days of Abraham Lincoln by a lawyer turned revivalist, Charles G. Finney. He was one of the greatest revivalists that this country has ever known. His influence was almost as strong as that of George Whitfield and Jonathan Edwards who came slightly before Charles G. Finney. His revivals resulted in hundreds of thousands of people coming to God and created what is called the SECOND GREAT AWAKENING in America. Since the writings are public domain we have revived these writings and edited them to resonate with the current world view and theological clarity. Essentially the true foundation of all morality is loving God and others. No one can love God unless they know Him. There is an intrinsic value in knowing God that will be defined in the pages that follow. We truly believe that when a person repents of their sins and makes a complete surrender of their life and future to Jesus Christ their Lord, they will have the anointing of the Holy Spirit that so many crave. There is no joy and no peace that can compare with that which comes from being totally surrendered to the Christ of the Cross.
That is what the intrinsic value of knowing God is all about. It is about losing yourself in a life where God is the end and scope of life and self is truly crucified with Christ. Without the cross there is no resurrection. Knowing Jesus Christ is not just about dying with Christ, but also about Resurrection Power. That means Miracle Power. It is only when one experiences being crucified with Christ that one finds the true miracle of a changed life. Read these pages and see why it is so true that knowing Jesus is worth selling all to take up our cross and follow him.