Our Cold Hearts Tend to Wander

Our cold hearts tend to wanderand fancy for its flightWhen sin we start to ponderwith darkness reunite The warning’s loud and clearthe Word of God proclaimTo Christ we must adhereor cause Him open shame Do not be led astrayby enticements of this worldFor some have gone awayto be entirely unfurled Remember what was saidabout those … Continue reading Our Cold Hearts Tend to Wander

The Role of “Happiness” in Leaving the Faith

It is common these days to hear people who appeared to walk close to the Lord, announce to the world that they are embracing a sinful lifestyle, or that they have doubted their faith and are moving on to other things. Usually, these announcements involve a discussion of their happiness. They will allude to the … Continue reading The Role of “Happiness” in Leaving the Faith

Skillet’s John Cooper on Recent Apostates

I am stunned that the seemingly most important thing for these leaders who have lost their faith is to make such a bold new stance. Basically saying, “I’ve been living and preaching boldly something for 20 years and led generations of people with my teachings and now I no longer believe it..therefore I’m going to boldly and loudly tell people it was all wrong while I boldly and loudly lead people in to my next truth.” I’m perplexed why they aren’t embarrassed? Humbled? Ashamed, fearful, confused? Why be so eager to continue leading people when you clearly don’t know where you are headed?'

Willful Sin and the Fearful Expectation of Judgment

This verse has caused many people undue anxiety. J. Vernon McGee says, that this verse should cause the hair on the back of our necks to stand up, but not in the way it does for many who read it out of context.