Tag: repentance


Unbiblical Forgiveness

Believe it or not, there is a lot of unbiblical forgiveness in this world, and sadly many who say they follow Jesus practice such. If the word “unbiblical” throws you for a loop, then think “fake forgiveness”.  Not true, genuine, real forgiveness.   Jesus talks alot about true forgiveness. He even […]


Revival God’s Way

MW Editor’s note: By the time this article posts, the revival at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky that has caught the nation may or may not be continuing. Regardless, this spiritual phenomenon has not been seen in America in over fifty years. Read on for some thoughts on what to […]


Leonard Ravenhill-A Man of Revival

Born in Leeds, England, in 1907, Leonard Ravenhill was a young lad who eventually came to faith in Christ. His late adolescence and young adulthood were influenced greatly by one of the most influential preachers of his day, Samuel Chadwick. While as a student at Cliff College, young Ravenhill experienced […]

Faith, Identity

Why Status Doesn’t Matter

“But the hour is coming, and is now here when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth, for the Father is seeking such people to worship him.”  John 4:23 ESV I love the story of the woman at the well because I believe that we are […]


Not Perfectly, But Increasingly So

Life never seems to arrive. As soon as I get to a spot where I think things will finally settle down or my soul will be satisfied, some monkey wrench gets thrown into the mix and life either comes to a grinding halt, or I’ve got to make a pit […]