My last post in this series upset someone greatly. I’d like to remind everyone if you would like to see your comment posted, to go over my Comment Rules. Your comment needs to relate to the material written. Just responding to the title of a post helps no one, this does not allow decent discussion.… Continue reading References To Christ In The Old Testament?
I know how confusing Revelation and end time discussion can be. What I have found to be the absolute most helpful is simply looking at the of context of scripture and going from beginning to end through the books of the Bible. Also, commentaries can be really awesome additional tools. Allen, from The Beat, holds… Continue reading Christian Message: Understanding Revelation in 60 Mins (Allen-The Beat)
I remember someone I knew asking if it was ok to see a psychic. The desperation and desire to connect with deceased loved ones is real. The desire to feel more in control by knowing the future is something many want. It’s tempting when someone appears to have information, but do we care about the… Continue reading The Time A Christian Visited A Psychic (Melissa Dougherty)
Sarcasm can be used in a sinful manner, but sarcasm can be used in a Christlike manner, too. The goal of this series is to point out incidents in which sarcasm is used to critique. When sarcasm is used Biblically, the goal is to make a sharp point to the individual or audience, an ironic… Continue reading Have You Not Read? | Sarcasm In The Bible
(Updated: January 13th, 2022) Following last week’s video, for the next few Friday’s I’m going to continue to cover topics that people tend to become more curious about for Halloween. Psychics and whether we should seek after spiritual experiences through activities contacting the dead or spirits tends to be a theme. Which is why I… Continue reading Former Psychics Tell All & Warn Christians NOT To Have Psychic Readings (Doreen Virtue)
As I have gone through the process of slowly privating many posts, I realized my very first blog post was part of this privated group. The original post discussed my fear in starting the blog. I was confused about what my “calling” was though I was convinced writing must be a part of it. At… Continue reading The Beginning of Inside Cup | My Blog Journey
I’ve been enjoying my series on anxiety and what the Bible has to say about it.
Last time, we began to go over how anxiety can cripple a person by affecting their mind, strength, heart, and soul. Anxiety can rule over a person’s life. This week, I would like to cover whether or not all anxiety is sinful, and how the end goal of anxiety is death. But before we talk about that, we need to continue how anxiety can cripple us.
Scripture farther explains in(ESV) Proverbs 17:22, “A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”
The word “crushed” in this verse means “broken” in Hebrew. This is where the next part of our study happens.
We need to understand that anything in this world not of God has the end goal of seeking death. Anxiety is not of the Lord. Anything that is of God is good, leads us to Him, and points us to life.Anything of…
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What will be the greatest issue the church will face in the next 20 some years? R.C. Sproul believes the issue inside the church and outside will relate to the deity of Christ, and the doctrine of the Trinity. If you wanted to explain the Trinity better, this video might be of an interest to… Continue reading For The Doctrine Of The Trinity (R.C. Sproul)
Every time I have wanted to talk about Halloween on the blog, I either do not have enough information or not enough time, usually both. So this year, I’m going to try to share with you some resources to help you think about the topic. Is Halloween ok? Is it not ok? How should Christians… Continue reading A Pastor Shares His Thoughts On Halloween (Mike Winger)