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Is Hell a Literal Place?
by tedhaggardblog on June 21, 2018 at 2:30 pm
Some have strong opinions about God, thinking that their views are facts. I do not believe that it will serve us well to think we are superior to God or in a position to judge him. God is God, and we are human. We like it when the Lord accepts us like we are, which he does. He also likes it when we accept him as he is, which is difficult for many. […]
Is Healing for Everyone?
by tedhaggardblog on June 16, 2018 at 7:21 pm
Christians have done more to fight disease than any other single group in the world. We resist sickness, disease, emotional suffering as well as spiritual darkness everywhere we have influence. We build hospitals and provide health care all over the world with an emphasis on resisting every kind of ailment. We encourage research and promote innovative techniques that prevent disease, heal, and improve nutrition. […]
Christianity Today Validates Positive Trends In Church (with a strange negative slant)
by infrontsteph on May 17, 2018 at 3:11 pm
By placing His divinity within our humanity, and then leaving us on the Earth to try to do what he is doing and say what he is saying, a monumental task develops . . . especially if increased numbers of people keep showing up in our churches. […]
Why Do People Say Our Ancestors Are From Outer Space?
by tedhaggardblog on May 16, 2018 at 5:24 pm
Some secularists believe that because we humans are so different than other living beings here on the earth, there had to be some outside influence on human development in addition to evolution. Biblical believers, however, explain those distinctions with the creation account of Adam and Eve and the 1,500 pages of ancient accounts of God dealing with the human race. […]
What is going to happen to our country in the next four years?
by tedhaggardblog on May 4, 2018 at 1:11 pm
We have no guarantees for the future, but we can all prepare and trust so we can capitalize on opportunities that may come our way. We don’t need to know the details of the future, but we can prepare and trust in order to be our best. […]